PANDUIT and Solarflare[R] Showcase Next Generation High Speed Data Transport Capabilities for a Virtualized, Converged LAN/SAN Data Center Physical Infrastructure at Interop 2009.high availability Also called "RAS" (reliability, availability, serviceability) or "fault resilient," it refers to a multiprocessing system that can quickly recover from a failure. There may be a minute or two of downtime while one system switches over to another, but processing will continue. , agility, and physical security. PANDUIT and Solarflare have been collaborating on leading 10Gb/s data transport capabilities that can optimize performance, power consumption and costs over 100m of bundled Category 6A cabling at Interop.
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United Press International )(SM) solutions and Solarflare, the leading provider of standards-compliant 10GbE silicon are working together to demonstrate a virtualized, converged LAN/SAN data center network over 10G at the Interop show in Las Vegas Las Vegas (läs vā`gəs), city (1990 pop. 258,295), seat of Clark co., S Nev.; inc. 1911. It is the largest city in Nevada and the center of one of the fastest-growing urban areas in the United States. , May 19-21.
PANDUIT's Unified Physical Infrastructure solutions enable convergence across computing, communication, control, power, and security systems while improving availability, agility, and security. UPI-based data center solutions feature high speed data transport capabilities to connect server, storage, and network systems with unparalleled performance, reliability, and scalability to minimize risks associated with convergence and consolidation.
This high speed data transport capability is ideal as server virtualization becomes more prevalent in data center environments. With multiple virtual machines, server I/O (Input/Output) The transfer of data between the CPU and a peripheral device. Every transfer is an output from one device and an input to another. See PC input/output.
I/O - Input/Output becomes throttled in a 1G network. By incorporating the PANDUIT([R])TX6A[TM] 10GIG[TM] Category 6A UTP UTP (uridine triphosphate): see uracil.
(Unshielded Twisted Pair) See twisted pair.
UTP - unshielded twisted pair Cabling System with Solarflare's Solarstorm[R] vNIC controllers, 10Xpress[R] 10GBASE-T transceivers and a Cisco Catalyst([R] )4900M switch in the data center infrastructure in conjunction with vSphere-ready VMware[TM] ESX See VMware. 3.0 platform, virtual machines can use iSCSI over Ethernet as their storage network allowing businesses to achieve 10 Gigabit performance with extremely low-latency in tens of microseconds.
"Through innovative engineering and application expertise, the 10GIG[TM] Copper Cabling System eliminates the concerns regarding alien crosstalk," said Phil Chandler, Product Line Manager at PANDUIT. "We are able to demonstrate the cabling system's performance in conjunction with Solarflare's technology to show optimized virtualization An umbrella term for enhancing a computer's ability to do work. Following are the ways virtualization is used.
Partitioning the computer's memory into separate and isolated "virtual machines" simulates multiple machines within one physical computer. , iSCSI and network convergence over 10GBASE-T. This combination delivers a very cost-effective platform and minimizes the risks associated with convergence, performance, and ever-increasing user and application demands on the data center infrastructure."
The innovative 10GIG[TM] Copper Cabling System design utilizes PANDUIT's patent pending Matrix Technology in the cable and advanced compensation techniques in the connectivity to achieve channel bandwidth performance well above the TIA/EIA 568B.2-10 and ISO (1) See ISO speed.
(2) (International Organization for Standardization, Geneva, Switzerland, www.iso.ch) An organization that sets international standards, founded in 1946. The U.S. member body is ANSI. Class EA standard requirements. This design reduces the weight and diameter of Category 6A UTP cables, improving pathway capacity up to 30% for improved airflow through dense data center enclosures without compromising alien crosstalk performance.
In addition, Solarflare will be demonstrating its Open Onload on·load
v. on·load·ed, on·load·ing, on·loads
To load (a vehicle or container).
To load a vehicle or container. middleware with a Cisco Catalyst 4900M switch to show a two-fold improvement in user datagram protocol See UDP.
(protocol) User Datagram Protocol - (UDP) Internet standard network layer, transport layer and session layer protocols which provide simple but unreliable datagram services. UDP is defined in STD 6, RFC 768. (UDP UDP (uridine diphosphate): see uracil.
(User Datagram Protocol) A protocol within the TCP/IP protocol suite that is used in place of TCP when a reliable delivery is not required. ) multicast performance with extremely low latency and jitter A flicker or fluctuation in a transmission signal or display image. The term is used in several ways, but it always refers to some offset of time and space from the norm. For example, in a network transmission, jitter would be a bit arriving either ahead or behind a standard clock cycle . This solution is ideal for financial markets and enables the implementation of off-the-shelf Ethernet and TCP/IP TCP/IP
in full Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol
Standard Internet communications protocols that allow digital computers to communicate over long distances. to accelerate market data systems without requiring the implementation of new wire protocols or applications. IT managers can build market data delivery systems designed to handle increasing message rates while reducing the message delivery latency and latency jitter between servers. The result is a higher rate of successful trades in less time and a more accurate, near instantaneous view of world markets.
"In these times of economic downturn, companies look to closely manage IT costs and simultaneously accelerate business operations by adopting next-generation technologies such as virtualization and cloud computing," said Bruce Tolley, Vice President of Corporate Marketing at Solarflare Communications. "Our high-performance 10 Gigabit Ethernet solutions provide a competitive advantage to organizations by making upgrading to 10Gbps speeds possible and cost-efficient."
PANDUIT and Solarflare solutions deliver network availability, agility, and security throughout the data center. Visit booth #2313 to learn more about how these solutions help customers mitigate risk and reduce total cost of ownership.
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PANDUIT is a world-class developer and provider of leading-edge solutions that help customers optimize the physical infrastructure through simplification, agility, and operational efficiency. PANDUIT's Unified Physical Infrastructure (UPI)(SM) based solutions give enterprises the capabilities to connect, manage, and automate communications, computing, power, control and security systems for a smarter, unified business foundation. Strong relationships with technology leaders complemented with its global staff and unmatched service and support, make PANDUIT a valuable and trusted partner. (www.panduit.com)
Solarflare Communications is a semiconductor company delivering the next level of high-performance 10 Gigabit Ethernet (10GbE). As the leading provider of standards-compliant 10GbE silicon, Solarflare's robust and power-efficient solutions are cost effective and easy to deploy. Ready for primetime, Solarflare 10 Gigabit Ethernet makes possible next-generation applications such cloud computing, server virtualization, network convergence and low latency UDP multicast (with Open Onload[TM]) for market data applications. The privately held company privately held company
A firm whose shares are held within a relatively small circle of owners and are not traded publicly. is headquartered in Irvine, California, with a development center in Cambridge, UK, and has announced relationships with Accton, Citrix, Delta Networks Inc, Panduit, SMC Networks and VMware.