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07 Jun 2017 Mellanox Powers the First 25, 50 and 100 Gigabit Ethernet Fabric for HPE Synergy Platform [64143]
Mellanox, June 7th 2017

Mellanox Technologies, Ltd., a leading supplier of high-performance, end-to-end smart interconnect solutions for data center servers and storage systems, announced its Spectrum Ethernet switch ASIC will power the first Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) Synergy Switch Module supporting native 25, 50, and 100 Gb/s Ethernet connectivity. The Spectrum switch module connects HPE Synergy compute module with an Ethernet switch fabric of unmatched performance and latency, which is ideal for cloud, financial services, telco and HPC.

This new switch module helps HPE to maintain its leadership, by enabling the transition to the next generation of Ethernet performance, offering 25 Gb/s connectivity options for the Synergy platform.
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06 Jun 2017 Verizon and Fujitsu Receive Global Telecoms Business Award for Low-Cost, Fiber-Based Ethernet Solution [64123]
Fujitsu, June 6th 2017

Verizon-Fujitsu partnership reduces customer costs with 'edgeless,' direct fiber, dedicated Ethernet solution

Verizon and Fujitsu Network Communications received the Global Telecoms Business award for Wholesale Service Innovation at the GTB Telecoms Innovation Summit & Awards event in London on May 23, 2017. The Wholesale Service Innovation award recognizes projects involving two or more telecoms companies aimed at improving or extending coverage or service.

Verizon and Fujitsu received the award for Verizon's VzON/EPL - Optical Extension (VzON-OE) service which delivers point-to-point, and point-to-multipoint connectivity of voice, video and data transport on Verizon's network. Fujitsu's FLASHWAVE 9500 Packet Optical Networking Platform (Packet ONP) powers the offering.
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22 May 2017 Making The Leap To 25 Gigabit Ethernet And Beyond [63727]
Network Computing, May 22nd 2017

"If you're beginning to feel the bandwidth pinch while operating Gigabit Ethernet and 10 GbE within your data center, a logical step is to consider 25-, 40-, 50- and even 100-Gbps links. But while all four are excellent new technologies that can significantly boost throughput capacity, there are a few things to keep in mind. Let's look at three key considerations before you make the jump to new Ethernet standards..."
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16 May 2017 IBM TS1155 Tape Drive for TS4500 Tape Library With Record of 15TB [63498]
StorageNewsletter.com, May 16th 2017

"TS1155 Tape Drive models for the TS4500 tape library deliver up to 15TB native capacity and enable reuse of existing JD media with increased capacity for investment protection

IBM TS1155 Tape Drive is designed to provide an increased capacity of 50% on JD media types compared to its predecessors and consists of two models designed for the TS4500 tape library:

  • 3592 55F (FC)
  • 3592 55E (Ethernet)

The TS1155 Tape Drive Model 55F delivers a native data rate of 360MB/s, the same load/ready, locate speeds, and access times as the TS1150, and includes dual-port 8Gb FC support. It is supported in IBM TS4500 tape libraries as well as rackmount installations..."
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14 May 2017 Infiniband Roadmap Foretells A World Where Server Connectivity Is At 1000 Gb/sec [63499]
insideHPC, May 14th 2017

"The InfiniBand Trade Association (IBTA) has updated their InfiniBand Roadmap. With HDR 200 Gb/sec technologies shipping this year, the roadmap looks out to an XDR world where server connectivity reaches 1000 Gb/sec...

Founded in 1999, the IBTA is chartered with maintaining and furthering the InfiniBand Architecture specification defining hardware transport protocols sufficient to support both reliable messaging (send/receive) and memory manipulation semantics (e.g. remote DMA) without software intervention in the data movement path. These transport protocols are defined to run over Ethernet (RoCE) as well as InfiniBand fabrics."
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