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Intel® Unveils New Network Adapter That Opens The

 
SANTA CLARA, Calif., May 3, 2004 - Intel Corporation today introduced a 10-Gbps Ethernet (10GbE) adapter for servers that helps overcome for the first time the cost and technical barriers that have previously made 10GbE server connectivity impractical for the data center.

"In the higher layers of the enterprise network, 10 GbE has proven its value in the aggregation of traffic among switches and in high-performance computing applications," said Hans Geyer, Intel vice president and general manager, Intel Networking and Storage Group. "With a substantial reduction in cost and an adapter in a form factor that fits standard servers, it now promises to fill a similar rapidly growing need in the data center because the proliferation of GbE to the desktop and evermore network intensive applications are demanding more bandwidth."

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Posted: May 3, 2004 |  By: Wissen Schwamm
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