10-GigE for servers
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Tue May 12 06:13:29 CDT 2009
Cisco is trying to push another kind of adapter called CNA, integrating
Ethernet and FCoE for use in a "loss less" network. It uses several
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2009/5/3 Rodrick Brown <rodrick.brown at gmail.com>
> 2009/5/1 Nathan Stratton <nathan at robotics.net>:
> > On Fri, 1 May 2009, Jason Shoemaker wrote:
> >> My company is looking for ways to improve throughput for data transfers
> >> between individual servers. We’re exploring the creation of
> >> using multiple server NICs, but Etherchannel seems to have the
> >> of
> >> not supporting per-packet load-balancing, therefore limiting traffic
> >> between
> >> two individual hosts to 1 Gig.
> > Have you thought about Infiniband? Dual 10 gig cards cost about $50 and
> > port switches about $1200 on ebay. Infiniband has just a fraction of the
> > latency of ethernet (even 10 get eth). You get the lowest latency if your
> > application supports Infiniband, but if not you can run IP over IB.
> Infiniband is dying technology..
> >> <>
> > Nathan Stratton CTO, BlinkMind, Inc.
> > nathan at robotics.net nathan at blinkmind.com
> > http://www.robotics.net http://www.blinkmind.com
> [ Rodrick R. Brown ]
> http://www.rodrickbrown.com http://www.linkedin.com/in/rodrickbrown
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