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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
2004-10-13 Tektronix tools enable QLogic Fiber channel development
The Tektronix Communications Signal Analyzer (CSA8200) system of Tektronix Inc. has been selected by QLogic Corp. for the development of 4Gbps Fiber Channel products, as well as future projects
2007-08-14 Emulex, Qlogic field 8Gbps Fibre Channel solutions
Emulex and QLogic have announced prototype solutions supporting the 8Gbps version of Fibre Channel expected to roll out in storage networks starting next year
2002-08-26 QLogic products complement Cisco MDS 9000 family
QLogic Corp. plans to certify its SANblade iSCSI and Fibre Channel HBAs, and SANbox2 Fibre Channel switches with Cisco Systems Inc. MDS 9000 Family of Switches
2005-08-04 LSI Logic ships full production 4Gbps HBAs
LSI Logic Corp. has begun shipping full production single- and dual-port 4Gbps Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapters (HBAs) supporting all major operating systems to OEM and channel customers. Built with the Fusion-MPT architecture to speed product adoption, LSI Logic 4Gbps HBAs provide end users implementing 4Gbps Fibre Channel infrastructures, with unsurpassed performance and availability in any storage environment.
2003-02-10 LSI Logic HBAs to enable Teradata data warehouse solutions
Teradata, a division of NCR Corp., has selected LSI Logic Corp.'s Fibre Channel host bus adapters.
2002-10-18 JNI to provide HBAs to Sun Microsystems
Sun Microsystems has signed JNI Corp. as its authorized supplier for Fibre Channel host bus adapters.
2007-12-21 SFP optical transceiver doubles bandwidth
The first 8Gbit/s SFP optical transceiver for Fibre Channel applications has been announced by Avago Technologies Ltd. The AFBR-57D5APZ transceiver doubles the bandwidth of previous Fibre Channel SFP optical transceivers
2007-02-01 Serial interfaces need constant shift
Technology advancements seem to proceed at unprecedented rates. However, while CPUs and processing technology appear to yield new products almost every month, storage interfaces lag behind.
2009-11-09 PHY device integrates equalization engine
The device integrates an LC phase locked loop circuit and an advanced second-order clock-and-data recovery design.
2007-10-16 Connectors herald high density, speed
Tyco Electronics Corp. has released a quad small form-factor pluggable interconnect system that offers three times the density of traditional SFP ports and supports speeds up to 10Gbps per channel
2014-07-02 Can PCIe compete and win against Ethernet?
While nothing is on the horizon that will fundamentally change the status quo, PCIe is showing every sign of growing and competing for space once the domain solely of Ethernet.
2007-08-13 QSFP connectors offer thrice the density of traditional SFP ports
Tyco Electronics has released a QSFP interconnect system that offers three times the density of traditional SFP ports and supports speeds up to 10Gbps per channel
2003-07-16 iSCSI silicon taken to new price point
Higher chip integration often creates a new price point that can spur growth in a burgeoning market. And iReady Corp. hopes to do just that with an iSCSI storage-networking device it has developed with National Semiconductor Corp.
2009-04-23 Broadcom launches takeover bid for Emulex
Broadcom Corp. has made a proposal to the Emulex Corp. Board of Directors to acquire all the outstanding shares of Emulex common stock for $9.25 per share in cash or approximately $764 million.
2014-12-02 Significance of partitioning for date centres (Part 1)
In this two-part series, we will consider some of the key places where we see partitioning technology utilised, and explore some of its impact and implications within the data centre.
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