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Thursday, July 14, 2011

What's New At Mellanox - July 2011

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What's New at Mellanox - July 2011


Contents

 

  -   Product spotlight

  -   Resource center

  -   In the news

  -   Customer success story

  bullet   Deep dive

  -   Support & services update

  -   Upcoming events

  -   Subscription center


Resource Center

Cloud Computing & Big Data Design Challenges in Federal IT
Webinar from Mellanox, Agilex & World Wide Technology
View the webinar recording here

MPI Collectives Offloads & Their Advantages for Scalable HPC
Webinar with Mellanox Technologies & Oak Ridge National Laboratory
View the webinar recording here

In the News
Cisco rivals pounce on networking-equipment maker
San Francisco Chronicle | Read More

Mellanox at Interop 2011   
TMCnet Videos | View Here

Lonestar 4 Supercomputer Will Boost Research
Data Center Knowledge | Read More  

Mellanox Demos Souped-up Version of InfiniBand
PC World | Read More


Product Spotlight

Mellanox Launches End-to-End FDR InfiniBand & 40GbE Solutions

Last month, Mellanox introduced a complete solution for FDR 56Gb/s InfiniBand consisting of adapter cards, switch systems, software and cables, becoming the first company to deliver a complete and robust end-to-end FDR InfiniBand infrastructure. The new solution delivers the highest level of networking performance while reducing system power consumption. Read more

Mellanox also recently announced the SX1000-series of high-density 10 and 40GbE switches, which deliver industry-leading capabilities in latency (230ns), bandwidth, density, scalability, and power in a single 1U device. Read more

Both the FDR InfiniBand & 10/40GbE solutions are based on the company's performance-leading SwitchX™ switch silicon ICs and use ConnectX®-3 adapter cards with Virtual Protocol Interconnect (VPI) supporting InfiniBand and Ethernet connectivity.

New for Web 2.0: Accelerating Hadoop & Memcached
Mellanox has introduced new application acceleration technology for Hadoop and Memcached. Mellanox's Unstructured Data Accelerator (UDA) accelerates Hadoop networks and improves the scaling of Hadoop clusters executing data analytics intensive applications. Read more

Customer Success Story
Mellanox FDR InfiniBand to Power the LRZ SuperMUC Supercomputer
The Leibniz Supercomputing Centre (LRZ) selected Mellanox FDR InfiniBand solutions to enable petascale performance for the SuperMUC supercomputer. Utilizing IBM servers with onboard Mellanox FDR ConnectX®-3 InfiniBand mezzanine adapters and next-generation Intel Xeon processors, all connected and managed via 36-port and 648-port Mellanox FDR InfiniBand switches, software and copper and fiber cables, the SuperMUC system is estimated to deliver three petaflops. Read more

Deep Dive - Mellanox for High Performance Computing (HPC)

Accelerating HPC Solutions with FDR InfiniBand
InfiniBand FDR (Fourteen Data Rate, 14Gb/s data rate per lane, 56Gb/s per port) is the next generation InfiniBand technology that introduces a number of enhancements for higher performance, scalability and reliability. These include:
  • Network Bandwidth: Data rate increase of more than 70% compared to previous InfiniBand generations
  • Network Latency: Reduction in latency enables faster communication and synchronization between application processes
  • Network Efficiency: Network spends more time on actual data delivery between application job processes compared to previous InfiniBand generations
  • Network Reliability & Data Integrity: Forward Error Correction (FED) was added to FDR and delivers superior network reliability and predictable low latency.
To learn more about how these and other enhancements can accelerate your HPC solutions, download this new white paper .

Deep Dive - Mellanox for the Enterprise Data Center

IDC Report: The Next Phase of Datacenter Network Resource Management and Automation
Increasingly, organizations are looking to move to the next phase of virtualization, which allows for the dynamic migration of workloads throughout the datacenter. In this paper, IDC analyzes the need for a virtual-aware dynamic fabric that enables the flexibility and efficiency of connectivity of virtualized workloads over 10GbE, with emphasis on dynamic resource allocation and automation. IDC also profiles Mellanox UFM software, which delivers:

  • Improved visibility into fabric performance and potential bottlenecks with its monitoring engine
  • Improved performance due to application-centric optimizations by correlating to an application through its event mechanism
  • Quicker troubleshooting time due to advanced event management
  • Efficient management of dynamic and multitenant environments
  • Reduced risk and increased compliance of fabric configuration changes
  • Real-time results because provisioning and monitoring systems are visible immediately

Read the complete IDC report here

Support & Services Update
New Technical Training Courses Now Available
The Mellanox Technical Training program provides training for all levels of personnel, including engineers, technicians and customer service representatives. Through a combination of classroom training and hands-on configuration workshops, students can learn about Mellanox technology or pursue more specialized knowledge. A complete overview of the Mellanox Technical Training program is available here. Contact training@mellanox.com for more information regarding on-site training. 

Enrollment is now open for the Mellanox Network Foundations Course, which combines InfiniBand theory of operations with task-orientated, hands-on lab exercises. Classes will be held at the Mellanox training centers in Chelmsford, MA and Sunnyvale, CA. Learn more here.

Upcoming Events
Join Mellanox at the following industry conferences

TeraGrid '11 TeraGrid '11
Salt Lake City Marriott Downtown
Salt Lake City, UT
July 18-21, 2011
SEG WorkshopSEG Workshop: High Performance Computing in the Geosciences
University of California-Berkeley
Berkeley, CA
July 18-21, 2011

Speaking: Gilad Shainer, Sr. Director HPC & Technical Computing
Title: "Accelerating GPU computing over InfiniBand"
2011 IBM System x Technical University2011 IBM System x Technical University
Hilton Orlando
Orlando, FL
July 18-22, 2011
Booth #14
SGI WW Sales Conference SGI WW Sales Conference
The Mirage
Las Vegas, NV
July 18, 2011
Seneca Data Partner Connect ConferenceSeneca Data Partner Connect Conference
Turning Stone Resort
Verona, NY
July 19, 2011
ChinaGrid 2011ChinaGrid 2011
Dalian University of Technology
Dalian, China
August 22-23, 2011
 VMworld 2011VMworld 2011
The Venetian
Las Vegas, NV
August 29 - September 1, 2011
HPC User Forum - FallHPC User Forum - Fall
San Diego, CA
September 6-8, 2011
 Trading Architecture Asia 2011 Trading Architecture Asia 2011
JW Marriott
Hong Kong
September 6-8, 2011
 San Francisco Intel Developer Forum San Francisco Intel Developer Forum
Moscone Center
San Francisco, CA
September 13-15, 2011
Booth #613
  18th European MPI Users' Group Meeting18th European MPI Users' Group Meeting
Petros M. Nomikos Conference Centre
Santorini, Greece
September 18 - 21, 2011
 High Performance Computing Financial Markets High Performance Computing Financial Markets
Roosevelt Hotel
New York City, NY
September 19, 2011
13th Annual IEEE Cluster Conference 13th Annual IEEE Cluster Conference
Hilton Austin
Austin, TX
September 26-30, 2011
 ISC Cloud '11ISC Cloud '11
Dorint Kongresshotel Mannheim
Mannheim, Germany
September 26-27, 2011

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