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18 Apr 2017 Mellanox 25Gb/s Ethernet Adapters Chosen By Major ODMs to Enable Next Generation Hyperscale Data Centers [62658]
Mellanox, April 18th 2017

Mellanox 25Gb/s Ethernet Adapters Chosen By Major ODMs to Enable Next Generation Hyperscale Data Centers

Mellanox Technologies, Ltd. (NASDAQ: MLNX), a leading supplier of high-performance, end-to-end interconnect solutions for data center servers and storage systems, today announced that the ConnectX-4 Lx 25Gb/s OCP and PCIe Ethernet adapters have been adopted by major ODMs.

The ConnectX-4 Lx 25 gigabit Ethernet adapters provide 2.5 times the data throughput at lowest latency needed for data center applications while utilizing the same infrastructure as 10 gigabit Ethernet, thus maximizing the data center return on investment. The company is currently shipping hundreds of thousands of Ethernet adapters every quarter, reflecting a growing demand for Mellanox Ethernet solutions.
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09 Apr 2017 2.5 And 5 Gigabit Ethernet: Benefits And Use Cases [62077]
Network Computing, March 29th 2017

New Ethernet technologies address evolving enterprise needs, including WLAN support

The University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL) writes in Network Computing, "It may seem counter-intuitive, but the recent release of 2.5GBASE-T and 5GBASE-T Ethernet technologies are one way that standards have ramped up their responsiveness to industry need by slowing down the data rate. Several key technology spaces, such as wireless access points and servers, have increased their need for bandwidth since 1000BASE-T was standardized in 1999. While 10GBASE-T is a viable solution for many, it requires the physical cabling infrastructure to be at least Category 6A. Many existing installations in small and enterprise businesses however, were completed using Category 5e..."
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03 Apr 2017 OUAC Chooses Nutanix to Save 100 Hours Per Year in IT Management Time and Use 26 Fewer Rack Units Than Alternate Solutions [62236]
Nutanix, April 3rd 2017

Nutanix's Offerings Provide Greater Storage Management Simplicity, Easy Consolidation of Existing Infrastructure, and Lower IT Expenses

Nutanix, a leader in enterprise cloud computing, today announced that the Ontario Universities' Application Centre (OUAC) has chosen the Nutanix Enterprise Cloud Platform for an improved ROI resulting in 27% lower estimated costs versus competitive solutions over a five-year period, a reduced VM cloning time from 31 minutes on OUAC's old systems to just six seconds on Nutanix, and four times less rack space in the organization's data centers.

In order to choose a new IT infrastructure provider, the team evaluated options from five providers to find a solution with sufficient capacity to accommodate 100% growth over the next two years, and to integrate with OUAC's existing backup/recovery solution and 10 Gigabit Ethernet network. Not only did Nutanix accomplish each of these needs, it also provided OUAC with an additional estimated five-year cost savings of 27% lower than any of the alternate solutions due to fewer server and energy expenses.
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29 Mar 2017 2.5 And 5 Gigabit Ethernet: Benefits And Use Cases [61916]
Network Computing, March 29th 2017

New Ethernet technologies address evolving enterprise needs, including WLAN support

"It may seem counter-intuitive, but the recent release of 2.5GBASE-T and 5GBASE-T Ethernet technologies are one way that standards have ramped up their responsiveness to industry need by slowing down the data rate. Several key technology spaces, such as wireless access points and servers, have increased their need for bandwidth since 1000BASE-T was standardized in 1999. While 10GBASE-T is a viable solution for many, it requires the physical cabling infrastructure to be at least Category 6A. Many existing installations in small and enterprise businesses however, were completed using Category 5e..."
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20 Mar 2017 Mellanox Doubles Silicon Photonics Ethernet Transceiver Speeds To 200Gb/s [61806]
Mellanox, March 20th, 2017

200Gb/s DR4 and VCSEL-Based SR4 Transceivers Target Next Generation Cloud and Web2.0 Hyperscale Data Centers

Mellanox Technologies, Ltd., a leading supplier of high-performance, end-to-end smart interconnect solutions for data center servers and storage systems, today introduced a new line of 200Gb/s silicon photonics and VCSEL-based transceivers in the same QSFP28 package as today's 100Gb/s products. These new transceivers double the bandwidth for hyperscale Web 2.0 and cloud 100Gb/s networks. Mellanox is also introducing 200Gb/s Active Optical Cables (AOCs) and Direct Attach Copper Cables (DACs), including breakout cables, to allow for end-to-end 200Gb/s Ethernet networks.

"Our hyperscale customers can double their bandwidth and scale to 200G while using their existing installed fiber and without changing to a new form factor," said Amir Prescher, senior vice president of business development and general manager of the interconnect business, Mellanox Technologies. "There is no need to wait for a new 400G form factor. Using the same QSFP package as 100G, Mellanox's 200Gb/s products provide better ROI and compelling cost advantages today."
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