Clients in the News

  • OCZ Z-Drive 6000 NVMe PCIe SSD can do 3 GB per second

    For a definite ‘whaaat ?’ moment check this out. Over at CES OCZ has put some cool stuff on display, though Enterprise datacenter oriented this little 3000 MB/sec performing puppy caught our attention.

    It is a PCIe based NVMe Flash storage SSD that can manage sustained reads up-to 3000 MB/sec and writes up-to 2000 MB/sec. The PMC Sierra controller supports NVMe connectivity and power modes is switchable to enable even higher performance. Read More

    the Guru of 3d 01/13/15
  • OCZ Storage Solutions Z-Drive 6000 NVMe SSD on display at CES 2015

    CES 2015 -OCZ Storage Solutions displayed the Z-Drive 6000 NVMe SSD in their suite at CES 2015. The Z-Drive 6000 sports speeds of 3,000 MB/s for sequential read and 2,000 MB/s for sequential write workloads. Random reads weigh in at an outstanding 700,000 IOPS, and random writes are equally impressive at 175,000 IOPS. The Z-Drive 6000 will provide 1-3 DWPD, which is becoming the standard for most datacenter SSDs, largely due to increased density. The Z-Drive 6000 utilizes the NVMe interface, covered in detail in our Defining NVMe article. Read More

    TweakTown 01/08/15
  • UNH-IOL discusses their participation in the OpenFabrics Alliance

    Storage Visions 2015 -Bob Noseworthy with the University of New Hampshire Interoperability Lab (UNH-IOL) briefs us on the latest developments in the OpenFabrics Alliance. The OpenFabrics Alliance (OFA) develops, tests, licenses, supports and distributes OpenFabrics Enterprise Distribution open source software for high-performance networking applications that demand low latency and high scalability. Read More

    TweakTown 01/06/15
  • G.fast: A Powerful Weapon for Telcos

    Approval of G.fast digital subscriber line (DSL) technology is an early Christmas present for the telephone industry. It potentially offers tremendous advantages for these companies, which are facing ever-tougher competition from cable MSOs, Google Fiber – and other independent providers – and wireless operators.  Read More

    IT Business Edge 12/19/14
  • Automotive Ethernet Takes Three Steps Forward

    The past week or so has been relatively momentous for automotive Ethernet. Read More

    Mentor Graphics 12/11/14
  • UNH-IOL Lab Expands Interoperability Testing and Support for 40G/100G, Including Automotive Ethernet

    The University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL), an independent provider of broad-based networking testing and standards conformance services, announced expanded interoperability testing and support for 40 and 100 Gigabit Ethernet (40G/100G) including automotive Ethernet, 25Gb/s serial-lanes, Power over Ethernet (PoE), and Backplane. This activity is taking place within several of the UNH-IOL’s consortia and collaborative testing programs. Read More

    John Day's Automotive Electronics 12/09/14
  • G.fast standard ratified by ITU

    The ITU announced December 5 that its members successfully met industry’s “by the end of the year” expectations for ratifying the G.fast standard. The organization added that its ITU-T Study Group 15 is already hard at work on extensions.  Read More

    Lightwave 12/09/14
  • UNH-IOL Testing Ethernet for Connected Cars

    Ethernet has become a ubiquitous data service platform for enterprises, but it continues to evolve, and among its latest iterations is an automotive version, designed to provide connectivity within a car over a single pair of wires.  Read More

    Light Reading 12/08/14
  • ITU Stamps G.fast

    G.fast, the technology that will bring 1-Gig speeds to DSL, reached a milestone Friday as the members of the ITU awarded final approval to the standard. Read More

    Multichannel News 12/05/14
  • Power over Ethernet plugfest planned

    The University of New Hampshire Interoperability Lab (UNH-IOL) recently announced some of the steps it will take in 2015, within several of its consortia and collaborative testing programs, to prepare the networking industry for innovations in Ethernet technology. Among the planned activities is a Power over Ethernet (PoE) plugfest the lab will carry out in collaboration with the Ethernet Alliance. The plugfest will be “focused on IEEE 802.3af and 802.3at standards relevant to IP cameras, wireless access points, automation, and other applications,” UNH-IOL said. “The Power over Ethernet plugfest will test participants’ devices to the respective IEEE 802.3 PoE specifications, which distinguishes IEEE 802.3-based devices from other non-standards-based PoE solutions.”  Read More

    cablinginstall.com 12/03/14