200 Gb/s interconnect solutions
March 2017, Products, IT infrastructure
Mellanox Technologies has announced the world’s first 200 Gb/s data centre interconnect solutions. Mellanox ConnectX-6 adaptors, Quantum switches and LinkX cables and transceivers together provide a complete 200 Gb/s HDR InfiniBand interconnect infrastructure.
These 200 Gb/s HDR InfiniBand solutions enable customers and users to leverage an open, standards-based technology that maximises application performance and scalability while minimising overall total cost of ownership. Mellanox 200 Gb/s HDR solutions will become generally available in 2017.
Anton Jacobsz, managing director at authorised Mellanox distributor on the African continent, Networks Unlimited, says: “We look forward to our African customers having the tools to forge ahead on the disruptive technology curve with the latest innovations in networking solutions.”
“The network is a critical enabler in today’s system designs that will propel the most demanding applications and drive the next life-changing discoveries,” says Eyal Waldman, president and CEO of Mellanox Technologies. “Mellanox is proud to announce the new 200 Gb/s HDR InfiniBand solutions that will deliver the world’s highest data speeds and intelligent interconnect.”
To complete the end-to-end 200 Gb/s InfiniBand infrastructure, Mellanox LinkX solutions will offer a family of 200 Gb/s copper and Silicon Photonics fibre cables.
For more information contact Networks Unlimited, +27 (0)11 202 8400, email@example.com
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