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2006-04-03 Network interface chip to stimulate volume 10GbE deployment
NetXen has developed a family of intelligent network interface controllers that are aimed at facilitating widespread deployment of 10GbE technology in datacenter networks.
2006-05-01 10Gb Ethernet gains with board, chip designs
Expected to speed up the slow shift to 10GbE are NetXen's programmable dual-port 10Gbit server card and Broadcom's 20-port 10GbE chip for stackable switches.
2008-08-15 Startup streamlines design path to 10GbE
NetXen Inc. will support multiple physical interfaces in its third-generation 10Gbit Ethernet controller, underlying the fragmented nature of cable support that has slowed the roll out of 10G technology.
2006-11-01 I/O virtualization software eases network traffic
NetXen Inc.'s NetSlice performs I/O virtualization by bypassing the virtual machine monitors present in many server OS suites.
2008-02-15 Chipmakers ready 10G Ethernet for PCIe, virtualization
Server chipmakers such as NetXen and ServerEngines are preparing 10GbE silicon for supporting the latest PCIe links and virtualization standards.
2008-04-16 Virtualization: The Swiss Army knife of networking?
Startup Neterion Inc. has rolled out a chip that lets systems split one 10GbE link into as many as 16 virtual connections.
2006-05-29 Networking industry accelerates 10GbE implementation
With the scheduled ratification of the IEEE802.3an 10GBase-T standards by the Institute of Electronics and Electrical Engineers this July, the 10GbE adoption is expected to gain acceleration.
2006-07-01 Net industry accelerates 10GbE implementation
The adoption of 10GbE is expected to gain momentum with the scheduled ratification of the 802.3an 10GBase-T standards by the IEEE this month.
2007-07-25 Intel 10GbE chip chucks TOE, extends reach
Intel has unveiled a 10GbE controller that does away with TOE and RDMA support but takes in a pre-standard version of congestion management.
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