Mellanox Ecosystem

Mellanox's high-performance InfiniBand and Ethernet solutions, combined with our strong network of partners, provides superior application performance for customers in the high-performance computing, web 2.0, virtualized data center, cloud, storage, and financial services markets. Mellanox works closely with these partners to enable our joint customers to deploy world-leading solutions.

6WIND provides the only commercial software solution that solves network performance challenges for OEMs delivering advanced networking functions in mobile infrastructure equipment, networking appliances and data center networking. The company's 6WINDGate™ networking software is optimized for cost-effective hardware based on industry-standard multicore processors, enabling rich Software Defined Networking (SDN) services and Network-as-a-Service capabilities that monetize services such as bandwidth, QoS and security. 6WIND delivers sustainable competitive advantages to both service providers and network equipment manufacturers. A privately owned company, 6WIND is based near Paris, France with regional offices in China, Japan, South Korea and the United States.

MSC Software is one of the ten original software companies and the worldwide leader in multidiscipline simulation. As a trusted partner, MSC Software helps companies improve quality, save time and reduce costs associated with design and test of manufactured products. MSC's engineering simulation technology is used by leading manufacturers for linear and nonlinear finite element analysis (FEA), acoustics, CFD, multi-physics, optimization, fatigue and durability, multi-body dynamics, and control systems simulation.

Redline Trading Solutions is a leading supplier of ultra low latency market data and order execution software, supporting equities, options, futures and FX exchanges. Redline software is highly optimized to the Intel Xeon microarchitecture and to Mellanox ConnectX adapters using both RDMA and kernel bypass techniques, as proven in a joint STAC-T1 benchmark published in fall, 2012.