T11 Home Page
This is the WWW home page for Technical Committee T11, which is the
committee within INCITS responsible for
Fibre Channel Interfaces. T11 (previously known as X3T9.3) has been producing
interface standards for high-performance and mass storage applications since
This is a "working" web page that contains the committee document
register, membership and project information etc. It is NOT a source for
product and tutorial information on Fibre Channel - please see the Fibre
Channel Industry Association web site (http://www.fibrechannel.org) for such information.
The T11 web site has now been modified to reflect the INCITS Policy on
Document Access as defined in the INCITS Organization, Policies and Procedures Document.
- Members of T11, please click here
- If you work for a T11
member organization, but have never attended a T11 meeting, you can still
gain access to all of the T11 web site by registering here. There is no
additional cost to your organization for doing so.
- Please use this link to check if
your organization is a member of T11
- Guests can still access most
of the information on the T11 web site after completing the declaration here.
- Again, no cost is
incurred by completing the declaration
- However, frequent
visitors to the site are strongly encouraged to become members of T11 to
support the ongoing development of standards. See here for
membership details. There is a class of membership that does not require
attendance at meetings.
- The following public information about
T11 is available:
The INCITS Fibre Channel (T11) Technical Committee gratefully acknowledges
the help of the following individuals and organizations:
- Roger Cummings for his services as webmaster;
- Brocade for providing the server and hosting services
for the T11 web-site, and for funding the T11 reflectors;
- Cisco Systems for providing the wireless access points
and router for the T11 wireless systems;
- David Peterson for managing the T11 mail reflectors;
- Microsoft for providing the wireless management and router
host for the T11 wireless systems;
- Craig Carlson and QLogic for
his services as manager of the T11 wireless systems;
- The Fibre Channel Industry Association for its
assistance in securing this help.
Please contact one of the T11 officers, if you have
questions about T11. If you have comments on any of the T11 web pages, please
contact the T11 webmaster (webmaster at mail dot t11 dot org). This page was
last modified on August 4, 2015.