Tag: 10 Gigabit Ethernet
<img src=”http://media2.hpcwire.com/hpcwire/mellanox_logo.jpg” alt=”” width=”98″ height=”34″ />Mellanox wants to move the world away from closed-code Ethernet switches. The “Generation of Open Ethernet” initiative has been months in the planning. Here’s why Mellanox wants to do it…
Researchers at University of California, Riverside have come up with a new architecture to efficiently address the challenges of high-speed networks. In a paper to be presented at the IEEE International Symposium High-Performance, the researchers outline a novel on-chip network engine, known as NEngine.
Despite the still-modest showing of 10 Gigabit Ethernet (10GbE) technology in high performance computing deployments, vendors at SC10 were showcasing a wide array of performance-laden Ethernet products. IT Brand Pulse Labs analyst Tim Dales takes a look at the prospects for 10GbE in high performance computing, the migration pattern from GbE to 10GbE, and some application areas that seem especially suitable for the technology.
Lost in the hoopla about the ascendency of China and GPGPUs in the TOP500 is the continuing saga of the InfiniBand-Ethernet interconnect rivalry.
Microsoft announces lastest release of Windows HPC Server; Intersect360 Research and the National Center for Manufacturing Sciences release survey on digital manufacturing in the US; and an IBM study shows that 10 Gigabit Ethernet outperforms InfiniBand and Gigabit Ethernet.
Chipmaker places bets on 10GE and QPI.
The slow road to fast networks.
Network World’s David Newman takes a look at the latest 10 GigE switches.
Quadrics to shut its doors by the end of June.
InfiniBand vendor Voltaire is developing a new line of 10 GigE core switches intended for datacenter consolidation, virtualization and cloud computing. The new offerings will enable the company to go after a much larger slice of the datacenter network pie.