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2002-09-18 PacketLight interoperable in Brocade SAN environments
PacketLight Networks' PL-16000 has passed tests conducted by Brocade Communications Systems Inc. for interoperability with its Brocade-based SAN infrastructure.
2002-07-01 LSI Logic bus adapters interoperable with Brocade fabric switch
LSI Logic Corp.'s Fibre Channel HBAs, the dual-channel LSI44929O and quad-channel ITI7004G2-LC, have been verified by Brocade Communications Systems Inc. as interoperable with its latest SilkWorm 12000 Core Fabric Switch and Brocade-based SAN infrastructure.
2005-08-05 IBM to bring full range of Brocade 4Gbps SAN switches
IBM is adding the new 4Gbps SilkWorm director and entry-level switch models from Brocade Communications Systems Inc. into its IBM TotalStorage product portfolio.
2008-04-10 Brocade, Intel co-develop next-gen FCoE solutions
Brocade will combine its storage networking software technology and expertise with Intel's 10Gbit enhanced Ethernet server adapter hardware, to deliver high-performance FCoE server connectivity.
2008-05-26 Brocade, EMC simplify enterprise data security
Brocade and EMC have entered a collaborative development effort to help enable data center customers to more quickly and reliably encrypt data for security and compliance purposes.
2007-08-24 Brocade, Cisco agree on Fibre Channel over Ethernet format
Rivals Brocade Communications and Cisco Systems have agreed on a frame format for running Fibre Channel over Ethernet, clearing a major hurdle in the effort to develop a standard for the converged network.
2013-09-20 Brocade virtual routers blow Cisco ASICs out of the water
Thanks to Vyatta software that uses Intel's DPDK to run control and data plane traffic on separate cores, the new Brocade servers will deliver 40x the throughput of more expensive Cisco virtual routers.
2008-07-23 Brocade to pay $3B for Foundry Networks
Brocade has entered a definitive agreement to purchase Foundry Networks Inc., a network switching and routing solutions provider, for approximately $3 billion.
2002-03-08 Brocade switch targets entry-level SANs
Designed for entry-level SANs, the SilkWorm 3200 fabric switch enables users to network servers with storage devices through a SAN, creating a scalable, secure, and manageable environment for storage applications.
2002-08-05 Brocade core fabric switch available from Fujitsu
Brocade Communications Systems Inc. has announced that its SilkWorm12000 core fabric switch is now available through Fujitsu Ltd.
2006-10-17 Sun's StorageTek Ready platform gains more support
Ten industry players joined Sun Microsystems' Sun StorageTek Ready platform to expand storage technology adoption and promote trusted environments for customers.
2015-06-22 Google uncloaks SDN for data centre networks
Showing support for the emerging approach, systems giants from Brocade to ZTE participated in software-defined networks demos for carriers, data centres and enterprises.
2013-06-12 Fiber Channel switches, adapters decline 10 percent in 1Q13
Despite the decline, new Gbps Fibre Channel (FC) director class switches Cisco's marks its entry to the 16Gbit/s Fibre Channel switch market seven quarters after Brocade.
2002-09-04 Cisco readies leap into storage management
Cisco Systems Inc. will jump into one of the most contentious battles in storage networking next year when it launches its first products for a market segment called virtualization.
2002-12-05 Tech collaboration focus on SAN solutions
Nihon Unisys Ltd, Uniadex Ltd, Nortel Networks Ltd, and Brocade Communications Systems Inc. have agreed to jointly test solutions for wide area SAN solutions at Nihon Unisys' verification center.
2014-07-22 IEEE group to decide on 25G Ethernet standard
The 25G Ethernet Consortium formed in June already has a spec available to its members. Brocade and Dell recently joined founders Arista, Broadcom, Google, Mellanox, and Microsoft.
2014-07-17 Titanium Cloud ecosystem seeks to speed NFV deployment
The Wind River ecosystem program will allow the development of an ecosystem of interoperable standard products optimised for deployment with Carrier Grade Communications Server.
2013-05-28 The era of Moore's law winding down, says Broadcom's CTO
Henry Samueli, Broadcom's chief technology officer, believes that once Moore's Law ends, standard CMOS silicon transistors will stop scaling around 5 nm and everything will plateau.
2013-04-10 Tech giants to develop open source code for SDNs
A consortium of large communications and software giants to provide open source code for software defined networks.
2003-06-17 Standards group to define storage management API
A standards group has kicked off work on an effort to define an application programming interface for management software running on a storage switch.
2014-10-10 Specs available for 400Gb/s interoperable hot pluggable modules
Aimed at resource-hungry applications in telco, networking and enterprise computing environments, the CDFP interface enables 25Gb/s over 16 lanes for an aggregate of 400Gb/s on a single module.
2009-04-16 Processor boosts wired, wireless nets performance
Cavium Networks has announced its next-generation network processor, the Octeon II, which aims to boost performance for a wide range of wired and wireless network systems.
2002-10-01 PMC-Sierra releases quad Fibre Channel serdes unit
PMC-Sierra Inc. is working the silicon integration lever as it takes its first steps into storage chips with the release of a quad Fibre Channel serdes.
2010-04-09 High costs, IPv6 slow down 100GbE adoption
Big telecommunications providers are craving for higher density systems, but are concerned about the high costs of the first 100GbE systems coming this year and the need to transition to IPv6.
2007-05-16 Group pitches enhanced Ethernet for data centers
A broad group of chip and systems makers is taking a fresh approach to the long-sought goal of creating a single interconnect to link all systems in the data center. Broadcom, Cisco, IBM, Intel and others are in an early stage with an upgrade tentatively called Convergence Enhanced Ethernet.
2007-08-09 Green Grid to release road map on data center power
Green Grid, a non-profit consortium aimed at advancing energy efficiency in data centers, will publish an initial technology road map before the end of the year.
2002-06-27 Gadzoox to sell technology behind its Fibre Channel switches
Following three years of declining sales and a change in management, switch maker Gadzoox Networks Inc. has decided to provide its core silicon IP to other manufacturers.
2014-07-03 EZchip acquires Tilera to diversify network chip portfolio
The $130 million acquisition deal will bring together complementary technologies, resulting in a range of NPUs and CPUs that rival those of current market frontrunners Broadcom and Cavium.
2014-10-21 Ethernet Alliance meeting highlights emerging standards
The consensus meeting made clear that one or more 50G standards are needed, the debate over a 50G versus 100G serial lambda standard for optical nets is unresolved and the 2.5G/5G push looks promising.
2010-02-10 Engineers push beyond 10Gbit Ethernet limit
At three separate industry events, engineers said they are gearing up to deliver in 2011 chips that can handle serial data streams running at 25Gbit/s to drive next-generation 100- and 400Gbit/s networks.
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