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Dual Port NVMe High Availability E8 Storage, AIC and Mellanox From...

Looking for a high-availability dual port NVMe solution to replace your existing SAS setup? The E8 Storage solution powered by Intel, AIC & Mellanox is here

Using a 40GbE (QSFP+) NIC with a 10GbE Switch (SFP+)

A quick guide to using a 40GbE (QSFP+) network adapter with a 10GbE (SFP+) switch. We show how you can easily do the conversion using Mellanox adapters

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

Mellanox ConnectX-5 100Gb/s cards released supporting PCIe 4.0

Mellanox ConnectX-5 generation cards have been released supporting PCIe 4.0 and a host of new features expanding the company's lead in the HPC space

Server networking trends from Computex 2016

We highlight a few server networking trends we saw at Computex 2016 this year, including an explosion of Mellanox HCAs at vendor booths

Time to go 10Gb Ethernet – Awesome deal on 10Gb NIC...

If you have been holding out on going 10Gb Ethernet, the STH forums spotted an awesome deal on a single port Mellanox 10Gb SFP+ card and a 3M DAC

Hyper-V Replication with Mellanox 40GbE: Greatly improved

A brief case study on how we switched from 1GbE to Mellanox 40GbE in our web hosting environment to drastically reduce latency during Hyper-V replication

Cheap 10Gb SFP+ $19 Mellanox ConnectX-2 Cards

One of the STH Forum readers spotted a great deal on 10Gb SFP+ Ethernet cards (Mellanox ConnectX-2 EN) that are less expensive than many 1Gb counterparts

Mellanox Pushing dual 100gbps links with ConnectX-4 VPI cards

The new Mellanox ConnectX-4 VPI generation is pushing speed limits with dual 100gbps Infiniband/ Ethernet ports and a PCIe 3.0 x16 interface

Change Mellanox ConnectX-3 VPI Cards between Infiniband and Ethernet in Windows

A quick Windows guide to changing Mellanox ConnectX-3 (and ConnectX-2) VPI cards from Infiniband mode to Ethernet mode and back