Mellanox devises modular-switching software to sell more rack switches
Mellanox devises modular-switching software to sell more rack switches
                                       

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Mellanox, the company famous for its Infiniband chips but which is also branching out into Ethernet, says it intends to buy photonics startup Kotura in a cash deal valued at $82 million. The deal is expected to close in the second half of 2013. Koruta, which I profiled last November, makes...
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Mellanox open sources its switch software as SDN pressures vendors to react

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Mellanox has jumped into the open-source hardware movement with both feet, offering to support open-source projects such as OpenFlow and Quagga on its gear while also opening up the code for its switching software. The networking chip maker is taking this stance as more networking companies find themselves under pressure...
Mellanox open sources its switch software as SDN pressures vendors to react

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