Category Archives: Data Center

Mellanox Networking is Everywhere at OCP Summit, Showcases Cloud Infrastructure Efficiency with Microsoft SONiC and Many More!

Every IT organization is on a continuous search for ways to become more efficient and to lower costs. For more than a decade, large “hyperscale” and Web2.0 companies (think Google, Microsoft, Facebook and Amazon) have set the gold standard for deploying the most efficient datacenters. Until very recently, the key to their success was kept […]

Networking Your Nutanix Enterprise Cloud To Scale

Leaf-Spine Architecture with Mellanox Networking Builds Scalable and Efficient Infrastructure Your enterprise cloud on the hyper-converged platform is built to scale. As you grow your business with more customers and new services, your enterprise cloud has to meet your business needs for both today and the future. Can your current network infrastructure also scale efficiently […]

Mellanox Technologies Honored with Six HPCwire Readers’ and Editors’ Choice Awards at the Supercomputing Conference

At SC 16, Mellanox’s commitment to innovation and dedication to cultivating the HPC community has led to multiple honors, including outstanding leadership in HPC.  The Company was honored with six HPCwire Readers’ and Editors’ Choice Awards. The six awards span a variety of categories and acknowledge the company’s achievements in delivering high-performance interconnect technology that […]

Mellanox Takes Supercomputing16 by Storm

Although activities have been going on for a few days now, Supercomputing 16 officially opened last night in chilly Salt Lake City, Utah with Mellanox Technologies leading the charge. I’ll be bringing you updates throughout the week starting with today’s milestones and several key announcements. Today’s highlights include: Big news from the TOP500 Supercomputers list […]

16 Ways LinkX DAC Cables are “Breaking Out” All Over Servers and Storage

Part I of Three Part Blog Series on Cables & Transceivers CAT-5e cabling and 1GBASE-T have dominated the data center interconnect scene for 15 plus years. However, the transition to 10G Ethernet proved to be a significant hindrance in both power consumption and cost. That’s when Direct Attach Copper (DAC) cabling, aka Twinax, snuck in […]

Mellanox Joins OpenCAPI and GenZ Consortiums, and Continues to Drive CCIX Consortium Specification Development

This week, Mellanox was part of three press releases that announced the formation of two new standardization consortiums – OpenCAPI and GenZ, as well as progress update by the CCIX (Cache Coherent Interconnect for Accelerators) consortium. These new open standards demonstrates an industry wide collaborative effort and the needs to enable open, flexible and standard […]

CIOE: Big Asia Conference; Massive Attendance

Mellanox Debuts 25G AOCs and SR SFP28 Transceivers September hosted the China International Optoelectronic Exposition (CIOE) in Shenzhen, China and had over 60,000 attendees interested in optical technologies, networking and data center systems.   Mellanox had a booth with a live demonstration rack in the configuration shown above showcasing 25G SR transceivers and 25G AOCs […]

Why Does Next-Gen Video Studio need Ethernet Infrastructure? Catching Pokémon in Containers with Mellanox Switches

What does Pokémon Go and Containers have in common? Let’s find out – but first, a little introduction. Pokémon Go is a gaming app that uses geolocation and augmented reality (AR). For those very few who don’t know about this game, the objective is to find a Pokémon and capture them in a PokéBall. When […]

Mellanox RoCE’d Las Vegas at VMWorld 2016

Mellanox accelerated the speed of data in the virtualized data center from 10G to new heights of 25G at VMWorld 2016 which was held in Las Vegas Aug. 29 – Sept. 1st at the Mandalay Bay.   The big news at the show revolved around Mellanox’s announcement regarding the integration of its software driver support […]

How the Space Race for Data Centers Helps Everyone

A lot of the household products that we take for granted and use every day were created as by-products of the space race. We take for granted well-known products that NASA claims as spin-offs include memory foam (originally named temper foam), freeze-dried food, firefighting equipment, emergency “space blankets“, Dustbusters, and cochlear implants to name just […]