SANTA CLARA, CA and YOKNEAM, ISRAEL – June 25, 2007 – Mellanox ™ Technologies, Ltd. (NASDAQ:MLNX), a leading supplier of semiconductor-based, server and storage interconnect products, today announced that its InfiniHost III family of market-leading 10 and 20Gb/s InfiniBand adapters have passed all interoperability test requirements and have achieved the prestigious OpenFabrics and University of New Hampshire InterOperability Lab (UNH-IOL) Logo.
The Logo program was developed by the OpenFabrics Interoperability Work Group (IWG) in collaboration with UNH-IOL. As a member of OpenFabrics IWG, Mellanox played a key role in the development of the Logo program. The UNH-IOL conducted interoperability Logo testing at a recent event at their labs where all major InfiniBand solutions providers, including Mellanox, and OpenFabrics community members participated. The rigorous testing involved use of a pre-release version of the OpenFabrics Enterprise Distribution (OFED) version 1,2 with InfiniHost III adapters to verify interoperability with InfiniBand switch and storage systems from leading OEMs and to verify interoperability with InfiniBand adapters from other device manufacturers. Switch systems tested were based on Mellanox InfiniScale III switch silicon. Testing included use of all major OFED supported upper layer protocols to ensure interoperability for various high-performance computing and enterprise data center applications.
“End-users deserve peace of mind when purchasing hardware and software, and they do not want to be locked to a single vendor when designing their data centers for current and future purposes,” said Sujal Das, director of software product management at Mellanox Technologies. “Through our work with OpenFabrics and UNH-IOL to achieve this important logo milestone, Mellanox is pleased to offer such peace of mind to end-users by offering leading server, switch and storage OEMs demonstrated interoperability of our products with all elements of the InfiniBand fabric and end-user applications.”
The following Mellanox InfiniHost III adapters have successfully passed interoperability testing and will bear the OpenFabrics UNH-IOL Logo:
- Part # MHEA28-1TC: Dual 10Gb/s Ports, PCIe x8, 128 MB memory
- Part # MHEA28-XT: Dual 10Gb/s Ports, PCIe x8, MemFree
- Part # MHGA28-1TC: Dual 20Gb/s Ports, PCIe x8, 128 MB memory
- Part # MHGA28-XTC: Dual 20Gb/s Ports, PCIe x8, MemFree
- Part # MHES14-XT: Single 10Gb/s Port, PCIe x4, MemFree
- Part # MHES18-XTC: Single 10Gb/s Port, PCIe x8, MemFree
- Part # MHGS18-XTC: Single 20Gb/s Port, PCIe x8, MemFree
Interoperability testing was performed with a pre-release version of OFED version 1,2 which includes new enterprise level features such as support for Oracle 11g RAC, enhanced performance and high availability for sockets-based applications. It is expected that major Linux distribution suppliers will soon incorporate OFED 1,2 into their packages, with Novell taking the lead by supporting OFED 1,2 in its SUSE Linux Enterprise Real Time offering.
“OFED 1,2 enhances Novell’s ability to meet end-user needs for extreme transaction processing where determinism in transaction execution time is a key criteria for competitiveness and profitability,” said Justin Steinman, director of marketing for Linux and Open Platform Solutions at Novell. “Ensuring interoperability using OFED 1,2 with the UNH-IOL Logo will simplify end-user adoption of Mellanox InfiniBand-based solutions.”About Mellanox
Mellanox Technologies is a leading supplier of semiconductor-based, high-performance, InfiniBand and Ethernet connectivity products that facilitate data transmission between servers, communications infrastructure equipment and storage systems. The company’s products are an integral part of a total solution focused on computing, storage and communication applications used in enterprise data centers, high-performance computing and embedded systems.
Founded in 1999, Mellanox Technologies is headquartered in Santa Clara, California and Yokneam, Israel. For more information, visit Mellanox at www.mellanox.com
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