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Introduction to QLogic InfiniPath InfiniBand Adapters
“The lower the communications latency, the faster the time-to-solution.” This truism, though logical and truthful, is only useful to IT managers if it is accompanied by suggestions targeting ways to reduce communications latency. But help is here: a single-chip application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC), optimized for communications patterns typically found in HPC applications, makes this truism ring truer.

QLOGIC: Introduction to QLogic InfiniPath InfiniBand Adapters Introduction to QLogic InfiniPath InfiniBand Adapters Source: QLogic Corporation Document Type: White Paper Description: “The lower the communications latency, the faster the time-to-solution.” This truism, though logical and truthful, is only useful to IT managers if it is accompanied by suggestions targeting ways to reduce communications latency. But help is here: a single-chip application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC), optimized for
9/5/2007 4:51:00 PM

QLogic vs. Emulex 4Gb Fibre Channel HBA: Performance in Windows Environment
Organizations need lower ownership costs for hardware. But that’s not all. They also need a protected infrastructure investment, and applications that perform the way they need them to, when they need them. To meet these demands, enterprise storage area network (SAN) users must deploy a scalable host bus adapter architecture that addresses cost, performance, backward compatibility, and—most importantly—future scalability.

QLOGIC: QLogic vs. Emulex 4Gb Fibre Channel HBA: Performance in Windows Environment QLogic vs. Emulex 4Gb Fibre Channel HBA: Performance in Windows Environment Source: QLogic Corporation Document Type: White Paper Description: Organizations need lower ownership costs for hardware. But that’s not all. They also need a protected infrastructure investment, and applications that perform the way they need them to, when they need them. To meet these demands, enterprise storage area network (SAN) users must deploy a
9/5/2007 10:21:00 AM

Benefits and Methods of SAN Extension Using QLogic Switches and Routers
Realize the benefits of storage area networks (SANs) by using public or private networks. The benefits of SANs include centralized data management, back up, and restoration of data, as well as remote archiving for disaster recovery and business continuity. Host bus adapters (HBAs), switches, and multiprotocol routers are the keys to the fibre channel network—and the high-quality of select remote sites.

QLOGIC: of SAN Extension Using QLogic Switches and Routers Benefits and Methods of SAN Extension Using QLogic Switches and Routers Source: QLogic Corporation Document Type: White Paper Description: Realize the benefits of storage area networks (SANs) by using public or private networks. The benefits of SANs include centralized data management, back up, and restoration of data, as well as remote archiving for disaster recovery and business continuity. Host bus adapters (HBAs), switches, and multiprotocol routers
9/14/2007 3:36:00 PM

QLogic InfiniPath SDR Adapters Outperform Mellanox DDR Adapters
As clusters grow to address the problems of increasing application complexity, interconnect performance has become a key factor in overall application and clustered system performance. Finding the interconnect performance you need is a complex task— however, when compared with two other adapters, InfiniPath SDR Infiniband interconnected faster and scaled better on high-performance computing (HPC) applications.

QLOGIC: QLogic InfiniPath SDR Adapters Outperform Mellanox DDR Adapters QLogic InfiniPath SDR Adapters Outperform Mellanox DDR Adapters Source: QLogic Corporation Document Type: White Paper Description: As clusters grow to address the problems of increasing application complexity, interconnect performance has become a key factor in overall application and clustered system performance. Finding the interconnect performance you need is a complex task— however, when compared with two other adapters, InfiniPath SDR
9/13/2007 3:09:00 PM

Optimized IO Solutions to Maximize Blade Server ROI
So, you’ve made the switch from a traditional rack server to a blade server. Now, you want to maximize your blade server return on investment (ROI) and reduce your costs further. A variety of input/output (IO) products is out there, specially designed to comply with all original equipment manufacturer (OEM) blade hardware. The next step is to get the facts on how they can benefit you.

QLOGIC: Blade Server ROI Source: QLogic Corporation Document Type: White Paper Description: So, you’ve made the switch from a traditional rack server to a blade server. Now, you want to maximize your blade server return on investment (ROI) and reduce your costs further. A variety of input/output (IO) products is out there, specially designed to comply with all original equipment manufacturer (OEM) blade hardware. The next step is to get the facts on how they can benefit you. Optimized IO Solutions to Maximize
9/7/2007 4:34:00 PM

Connecting Low-cost Servers to SAN
Most IT managers have proven, cost-effective ways to increase the return on investment (ROI) of existing infrastructures—that is, storage area networks (SANs). SANs provide high-availability storage to servers within corporate infrastructures. Connecting low-cost servers to SANs makes business sense, as it dramatically reduces the cost-per-server connection to well below $100 (USD).

QLOGIC: Servers to SAN Source: QLogic Corporation Document Type: White Paper Description: Most IT managers have proven, cost-effective ways to increase the return on investment (ROI) of existing infrastructures—that is, storage area networks (SANs). SANs provide high-availability storage to servers within corporate infrastructures. Connecting low-cost servers to SANs makes business sense, as it dramatically reduces the cost-per-server connection to well below $100 (USD). Connecting Low-cost Servers to SAN
9/14/2007 3:31:00 PM

Double the ROI of your EVA with iSCSI
Traditionally, 1U and blade servers have not been attached to high-end fibre channel storage due to the cost of adding those servers to the storage area network (SANs). However, by leveraging the HP StorageWorks EVA iSCSI Connectivity Option, you can solve this problem.

QLOGIC: EVA with iSCSI Source: QLogic Corporation Document Type: White Paper Description: Traditionally, 1U and blade servers have not been attached to high-end fibre channel storage due to the cost of adding those servers to the storage area network (SANs). However, by leveraging the HP StorageWorks EVA iSCSI Connectivity Option, you can solve this problem. Double the ROI of your EVA with iSCSI style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Electronic Distribution and Storage,
9/13/2007 4:37:00 PM

Building Open SANs with Multi-switch Fabrics
The ratification of standards is important to any industry. Now, in the realm of storage area networks (SANs), new standards are being put in place to ensure user-friendly and heterogeneous fibre channel switches that allow for multiple vendors and increased interoperability. Before incorporating a multi-switch fabric into your SAN, however, you should know the whys, whats, and hows involved.

QLOGIC: with Multi-switch Fabrics Source: QLogic Corporation Document Type: White Paper Description: The ratification of standards is important to any industry. Now, in the realm of storage area networks (SANs), new standards are being put in place to ensure user-friendly and heterogeneous fibre channel switches that allow for multiple vendors and increased interoperability. Before incorporating a multi-switch fabric into your SAN, however, you should know the whys, whats, and hows involved. Building Open SANs
9/4/2007 4:01:00 PM

Input/Output StreamGuard Implementation and Uses
Ideally, your service area network (SAN) permits an uninterrupted flow of data all the time. Unfortunately, with changes to the SAN fabric—when a server comes online, or when storage ports are added—the attendant tape backups might cause a serious lapse in the flow of data. However, an interoperable solution can keep registered state change notifications (RSCNs) from making your SAN go haywire.

QLOGIC: Implementation and Uses Source: QLogic Corporation Document Type: White Paper Description: Ideally, your service area network (SAN) permits an uninterrupted flow of data all the time. Unfortunately, with changes to the SAN fabric—when a server comes online, or when storage ports are added—the attendant tape backups might cause a serious lapse in the flow of data. However, an interoperable solution can keep registered state change notifications (RSCNs) from making your SAN go haywire. Input/Output
9/13/2007 9:34:00 AM

Reducing TCO with SAN Consolidation
Are ever-increasing demands for data accessibility causing your storage area network (SAN) to stretch beyond its limits? And as you consider various solutions, are you concerned that your IT budget is being stretched too thin? Put those worries to rest: SAN consolidation solutions can extend the life of your SAN—and reduce the total cost of ownership (TCO).

QLOGIC: with SAN Consolidation Source: QLogic Corporation Document Type: White Paper Description: Are ever-increasing demands for data accessibility causing your storage area network (SAN) to stretch beyond its limits? And as you consider various solutions, are you concerned that your IT budget is being stretched too thin? Put those worries to rest: SAN consolidation solutions can extend the life of your SAN—and reduce the total cost of ownership (TCO). Reducing TCO with SAN Consolidation
9/6/2007 4:58:00 PM

Integrating SAN Fabrics via N_Port Bridging
One of the main concerns now facing IT managers is how to keep the interoperability of their service area networks (SANs), without sacrificing functionality. What can you do to make your SAN “share everything and play nice”? In fact, there are many options available for extending SAN fabrics. The result: independent routing, improved interoperability, high performance routing, and universal SAN bridging.

QLOGIC: via N_Port Bridging Source: QLogic Corporation Document Type: White Paper Description: One of the main concerns now facing IT managers is how to keep the interoperability of their service area networks (SANs), without sacrificing functionality. What can you do to make your SAN “share everything and play nice”? In fact, there are many options available for extending SAN fabrics. The result: independent routing, improved interoperability, high performance routing, and universal SAN bridging.
9/7/2007 4:19:00 PM


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