Tuesday, November 15, 2005

SmallTree offers 10Gb Ethernet solution for Apple's XServe

Using its highly optimized drivers and the Mac OS X Tiger technology, Small Tree claims to deliver a 60 percent performance improvement for its 10GbE solution. The company says that CX-4, a copper interconnect standard for 10Gb class signal, is a lower cost switch interface ideal for high bandwidth network connections in high-performance computing clusters and for short distances within wiring closets.

1 comment:

Matt Geier said...

Hi - Not sure if this will reach the appropriate person or not.

10Gb for Mac has come quite a ways since this post took place in 2005. You should bring yourself up to date and check out my blog.