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Ethernet

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

Cloud Builders Push 25G Ethernet Standard

Unhappy with the cost per gigabit of bandwidth with current Ethernet switches and adapters, two of the cloud computing giants – Google and Microsoft – have teamed up with ...Full Article

Xeon Phi To Get 3X Speed Bump, Omni Scale Fabric

Intel is showing off a few more of the feeds and speeds of its forthcoming "Knights Landing" Xeon Phi chips and talking a bit about the future network fabric ...Full Article

Ethernet Switching Sales Soften

The Ethernet switch market just took its biggest sequential dive in a long time, thanks to a confluence of economic forces and technology transitions among the major players. The ...Full Article

OpenStack Gets Enterprise Polish With “Icehouse” Release

Being a relatively young software stack with lots of new features being created by an excited community, OpenStack has to be on a fairly aggressive update cycle, much as ...Full Article

Wall Street Wants Tech To Trade Smarter And Faster

The HPC Linux on Wall Street conference was held in New York City this week, and a lot of the talk at the event was on high frequency trading ...Full Article

Enterprise Software Fuels Bullish IT Forecast

Global IT spending is projected to jump 3.2 percent this year, led by a big increase in enterprise software, while an expanding cloud infrastructure is helping to drive datacenter ...Full Article

Five Years On, UCS Makes Cisco A Systems Player

Five years ago, when Cisco Systems launched its "California" Unified Computing System and entered the server business, that launch was not purposefully timed to come out into the gaping ...Full Article

Google Lifts Veil On “Andromeda” Virtual Networking

The biggest public cloud providers have adjacent businesses that actually fund the development of the infrastructure that starts out in their own operations and eventually makes its way into ...Full Article

Extreme Networks Rolls Out High-End Switch, SDN Framework

Upstart Extreme Networks rolled out a new software-defined network architecture and a high-end switch during this week's Interop conference in Las Vegas. San Jose-based Extreme Networks claimed its BlackDiamond ...Full Article
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