Advanced Computing in the Age of AI | Friday, January 27, 2023

Pica8 Ports Network OS To Bare Metal Broadcom Trident II Switches

Servers based on X86 processors have Windows, Linux, and other options as operating systems, and an increasing number of switch buyers want to be able to deploy the network ...Full Article

NTT Shifts Gears To SDN Services

Japan's NTT Communications is going all-in for software-defined networking technology as a means of managing web and cloud-based VPNs, servers, and network segments in virtual servers. Tokyo-based NTT, Japan's ...Full Article

Broadcom Fights Off Ethernet Rivals With Tomahawk Chips

Chip maker Broadcom is the dominant supplier of chips for Ethernet switches with its Trident and Dune family of ASICs. But it faces increasing competition from established players like ...Full Article

Banks Want Infrastructure That Is As Smart As Applications

Only a few years ago, if you went to the HPC On Wall Street conference in New York, all of the talk was about low latency and high performance. ...Full Article

XPliant Takes On Broadcom, Intel With Malleable Ethernet Switch Chips

Switch chip upstart XPliant, founded in 2011 by a bunch of techies from Cisco Systems, Juniper Networks, Brocade Communications, and Marvell and in the process of being acquired by ...Full Article

Cisco Cuts More Jobs As Switching And Routing Stall

Networking giant Cisco Systems is struggling in its core switching and routing markets and feeling the effects of economic and political turmoil in emerging markets, all of which put ...Full Article

Cisco Expands MDS SAN Switches For Hyperscale

Hyperscale datacenters have their clustered object storage and supercomputing centers have their GPFS and Lustre parallel file systems, but at large enterprises, the storage area network still reigns as ...Full Article

IBM, Carrier Partners Claim Elastic Networking Advance

Researchers from AT&T, IBM, and Applied Communication Sciences said they have built a prototype network that promises to reduce the set up time for inter-cloud connectivity from days to ...Full Article

SDN Is Making Inroads In Datacenters

Software-defined networking is coming to the datacenter despite lingering concerns about the maturity of the technology, according to an upbeat forecast that predicts SDN deployments will begin in 2015. ...Full Article

IEEE Gets Behind 25G Ethernet Effort

After several days of presentations and a unanimous vote of 61 to zero in favor, the members of the IEEE have decided to back an effort to develop 25 ...Full Article
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