Mellanox Rolls Out Next Iteration of ConnectX

September 3, 2009

This week Mellanox announced a refinement of its ConnectX line with the ConnectX-2 architecture. This latest evolution enhances its combination InfiniBand/Ethernet network adapter cards with new features, such added support for IEEE DCB standards and enhanced RDMA access, while maintaining the advantages of the previous line for those needing to support multiple protocols with limited server real estate. Read more…

By John West

10GbE Networking for HPC — Applications and Technology Trends

June 15, 2009

So far, 10GbE has been a high-end luxury for environments that want maximum performance regardless of cost, but that's changing fast. The per-port pricing gap between 10GbE and alternate network options is narrowing rapidly as more vendors increase the competitive pressure on pricing for related components. Read more…

By Saqib Jang

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