Tag Archives: open compute project

Ethernet Performance – Can you Afford an Unpredictable Network?

For many a predictable network is simply assumed. But it turns out that at the most advanced network speeds predictable performance is extremely hard to deliver, and some vendors actually fall short. Unfortunately, for application level and data center architects the unpredictability of the underlying network can be hidden from view. It is fruitless trying […]

Cutting Edge Innovation in Hyperscale Architecture at Open Compute Project Summit #OCPSummit15

It is that time of the year at Mellanox, where we proudly present some of the coolest things our team has worked on! This time it is going to be at the Open Compute Project (OCP) Summit which will be held in the heart of Silicon Valley – San Jose Convention Center on March 11-12, […]

Effort-less Integration with Switch Abstraction Interface (SAI)

You realize that it is time to get a new car. You go to the local dealer and look around. You spot the car you want, and it meets your budget. You take a look at the list of features you wrote down at home, and you check each and every one of them. A […]

Mellanox Technologies Delivers the World’s First 40GbE NIC for OCP Servers

Last year, Open Compute Project (OCP) launched a new network project focused on developing operating system agnostic switches to address the need for a highly efficient and cost effective open switch platform. Mellanox Technologies collaborated with Cumulus Networks and the OCP community to define unified and open drivers for the OCP switch hardware platforms. As a […]