In my networking career I have been involved in a few generations of switches spanning multiple decades. The goal has always been a next generation Ethernet speed transition; from 10/100 Megabit in the nineties to 1 Gigabit in the new millennium and now 10 Gigabit in the new d...

...[More]


I am a big fan and proponent of iSCSI or NAS protocols over 10GbE for storage access. It is the workhorse and unsung hero in storage networking. Akin to ethernet’s simplicity, iSCSI protocol is ubiquitous, familiar and enables mainstream storage applications. iSCSI also en...

...[More]


The goal is millions of transactions in real time. Not an easy feat without a new class of networking gear and new architectures. It is changing and challenging traditional constructs for High Frequency Trading (HFT) markets. It creates an insatiable appetite to shave every n...

...[More]


Is 2010 the Year of 10Gig?

January 6th, 2010

As 2010 begins and we celebrate the onset of the next new decade, I would like to wish my readers a happy new year and also pose a question asked many times before.

Will 10 Gigabit Ethernet (10GbE) reach the inflection point in the datacenter this year?
...[More]


Page 10 of 14« First...«89101112»...Last »