Posted on October 31, 2017

Garland Technology Network Test Access Points Now Available in North America

NEW YORK AND DUBLIN, Oct. 31, 2017 – Garland Technology, the leader in network access technology solutions, announced today a distribution agreement with EPS Global, a value-added technology distributor of Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) solutions for IT, Consumer and  Retail, BFSI, Government and Defense, Media and Broadcast, Lifesciences, and Utilities industries, globally. Under this new agreement, EPS Global will act as a key distributor in Canada and the United States, making available Garland Technology’s passive fiber network Test Access Points(TAPs) and network packet brokers, enabling a complete end-to-end solution for bare metal SDDC deployments.

Posted on October 27, 2017

Performance validated by STAC with new STAC-T0 benchmark

IRVINE, CA—OCTOBER 24, 2017—Solarflare, the market share leader in connecting trading servers to Ethernet networks; LDA Technologies, an FPGA product development firm; and Penguin Computing, a provider of custom and turnkey high performance computing, enterprise datacenter and cloud solutions; today announced record-breaking tick-to-trade networking performance for a server configuration they have nick-named the Ultimate Trading Machine.

Posted on October 19, 2017

Our Open Networking-themed conference went off without a hitch last week in the Frankfurt Marriott Hotel. Attendees visited from all around Germany, United Kingdom, Ireland, Switzerland, Austria, Russia and Belgium, and speakers flew in from Taiwan, California, Cambridge and London to share the latest trends from the world of software-defined data centers (SDDC), Open Compute and open networking.

Posted on August 21, 2017

FLASH MEMORY SUMMIT, SANTA CLARA – AUGUST 8, 2017 — Solarflare, a pioneer in the development of neural-class networks, today demonstrated the world’s first NVMe over fabric based on TCP, along with Samsung Semiconductor Inc. and Supermicro.

Posted on August 02, 2017
Following the successful previous release of its predecessor HT45F5Q device, Holtek is now delighted to announce the release of its new Flash MCU, the HT45F5Q-2. When compared with the HT45F5Q, this new device has greatly enhanced MCU resources in terms of I/O ports and the inclusion of a UART function as well as a charger management module. These enhancements allow for easier implementation of the necessary constant voltage and constant current battery charge control requirements.