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Changing Mellanox ConnectX VPI Ports to Ethernet or InfiniBand in Linux

In this guide, we show how to change Mellanox ConnectX VPI ports to either Ethernet or InfiniBand in Linux and have a video as well

Mellanox ConnectX-5 VPI 100GbE and EDR InfiniBand Review

Our Mellanox ConnectX-5 VPI 100GbE and EDR IB review shows why this PCIe Gen4 capable 100GbE and 100Gbps EDR InfiniBand adapter is in a class by itself

Mellanox ConnectX-6 Brings 200GbE and HDR Infiniband Fabric to HPC

At SC18, Mellanox showed off several versions of their newest 200GbE and 200Gbps HDR Infiniband cards. The Mellanox ConnectX-6 family is now the leading NIC solution in the Ethernet and Infiniband networking race

Move over EDR: Mellanox announces 200Gbps HDR Infiniband Products

100Gbps interconnects not fast enough for you? Mellanox announces 200Gbps HDR Infiniband switch and adapter products with a 2017 availability date

Custom Firmware for Mellanox OEM Infiniband Cards – RDMA in Windows...

Build custom firmware for your Mellanox ConnectX-2 InfiniBand card from Dell, Sun, or HP to enable RDMA in Windows 2012

How To Configure IPoIB with Mellanox HCAs – Ubuntu 12.04.1 LTS

A quick how-to guide on configuring IPoIB with Mellanox HCAs using Ubuntu 12.04.1 LTS. Get up and running in only a few minutes.

Mellanox ConnectX-2 MHQH19B-XTR – 40gbps Windows SMB 3.0 Adapters

In Windows Server 2012 and Windows 8 Microsoft introduced SMB 3.0 which greatly improves shared storage performance. After playing with it a bit, and...

Low-cost Mellanox MHEA28-XTC 10gbps Infiniband Performance in Ubuntu 12.04

Building upon last weeks piece regarding how to set up an Infiniband link using a Ubuntu 12.04 machine. That guide utilized two very low...

How to Set up an Infiniband SRP Target on Ubuntu 12.04

One question asked frequently on this site is how can low-cost Infiniband host channel adapters (HCA) be used to achieve high data transfer speeds between...

Building a 4U Dual Processor System with Multiple NICs and RAID...

Building a dual processor (DP) server is not a tough task, but it does have a few considerations for anyone looking to build one...