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New EtherDrive VSX-Series Appliance Adds Storage Virtualization, Mirroring, Snapshots, Clones, and Replication Coraid Inc., a leading developer of Ethernet SAN solutions with more than 1,300 customers worldwide, today unveiled its EtherDrive® VSX-Series storage virtualization appliances. The new product family, which supports 1Gb and 10Gb Ethernet, enables advanced storage virtualization and data availability features for Ethernet [...]
New Specializations and Educational Offerings Help Channel Partners Capitalize on Virtualization and Cloud Opportunities Brocade today announced that it has introduced several significant enhancements to the Brocade® Alliance Partner Network (APN) program and Global Education offerings to help channel partners capitalize on Ethernet fabric-based technology opportunities. These partner investments include the introduction of the Virtualized [...]
M-LAG Direct Attach architecture eliminates outdated Spanning Tree designs and combines network scale with simplicity to enable highly virtualized cloud architectures Extreme Networks, Inc., today announced an enhanced network architecture aimed at boosting performance in next-generation data centers and clouds by combining its Direct Attach™ Virtual Machine (VM) switching with Multi-System Link Aggregation (M-LAG) to [...]
BLADE Network Technologies, the data center switching and network virtualization company, announced today that its 10 Gigabit Ethernet RackSwitch now extends the popular IBM Virtual Fabric, previously available only for BladeCenter, to multiple System x tower and rack-optimized systems.
Virtualization has become a new hot-button issue for enterprises that want to improve their computing power while reducing equipment, power and cooling costs and requirements. With Cisco UCS and UCS Manager, you have the ability to insert an abstraction layer between the hardware and the user community in a virtual environment.
Solarflare, the leader in standards-based 10 Gigabit Ethernet (10GbE) network adapters, silicon and middleware, announced today support for Citrix XenServer®, offering near-native performance for 10GbE network traffic to virtual machines using standards-based hardware I/O virtualization with its SFN5000 Enterprise Server Adapter Product Family.