Thursday, October 3, 2013

Availability of 3 new Chelsio High Performance Adapters

Chelsio announced the general availability of three new adapters powered by the fifth generation, highly integrated and hyper-virtualized 40/10/1GbE Chelsio Terminator 5 (T5) engine. T5 fully offloads a complete high performance Unified Wire suite of storage and cluster compute networking protocols.

 T580-CR
  1. High bandwidth and high IOPS, optimized for iSCSI & TOE
  2. Two 40/10/1Gb QSFP Ethernet ports, Half Size, PCIe Gen3 x8
  3. Concurrent offload of iSCSI, TCP/IP and UDP/IP, FCoE, iWARP 2.0 RDMA, NAT, vSwitch, Traffic Management, T10 DIX, PTP, classification, and all stateless and user-mode protocols

T540-CR


  1. Low latency and high IOPs
  2. Two 10Gb/1Gb Ethernet ports, Low Profile, PCIe Gen3 x8
  3. Concurrent offload of iSCSI, TCP/IP and UDP/IP, FCoE, iWARP 2.0 RDMA, NAT, vSwitch, Traffic Management, T10 DIX, PTP, classification, and all stateless and user-mode protocols

T522-CR
  1. Low latency and high IOPS
  2. Two 10/1GbE SFP+, Two 1GbE RJ-45, Low Profile, PCIe Gen3 x8
  3. Concurrent offload of iSCSI, TCP/IP and UDP/IP, FCoE, iWARP 2.0 RDMA, NAT, vSwitch, Traffic Management, T10 DIX, PTP, classification, and all stateless and user-mode protocols 
Other New Products
Chelsio released a beta TCP/IP offload driver for the Illumos kernel. Chelsio adapters can now deliver exceptional performance to TCP applications on Illumos, including kernel services such as NFS.

Chelsio has now released a software suite of L2 NIC, TOE, iWARP, iSCSI Target on the FreeBSD kernel for the T5 products. This will soon be joined by the FCoE Target in Q4 to complete the storage offering making T5 the most complete FreeBSD networking and storage solution.

Chelsio released Windows Server 2012 Network Direct drivers for T5. HPC applications can now leverage RDMA iWARP capabilities and performance in Microsoft Windows environments.

For More information, do look at Chelsio Website (http://www.chelsio.com)

4 comments:

Ultra-low latency MAC said...

The task of IP is to bring bulk data (packets) from one place to another. The computers are the way to carry data from one network to another (called routers) use IP to move data. In summary IP moves data packets in bulk, while 10 G TCP offload is responsible for the flow and ensures that the data are correct.
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Intilop said...

The two most important protocols are TCP offload (Transmission Control Protocol) and IP (Internet Protocol), which are what give the whole name.
Thanks for share here.

Intilop said...

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Intilop said...

NIC with Full TCP/UDP offload is always the best choice. The word TOE refers to network interface cards itself, even if the board of circuit engineers normally utilize it for the referring to included circuit which is built in the cards that process many TCP headers.
NIC with Full TCP/UDP offload