LinuxPR: RapidFlow Switches to be Unveiled by Linux NetworX at N+ISep 14, 2000, 22:45 (0 Talkback[s])
"Linux NetworX, Inc., a provider of cluster computer solutions for Web hosting, ISPs, ASPs, video streaming, industry and research fields, plans to introduce its RapidFlow TM line of switches at the Networld+Interop 2000 trade show Sept. 26. The RapidFlow Switch Architecture offers scalability, flexibility, ease-of-use and manageability for customers requiring accelerated data routing and reliability."
"RapidFlow switches are fully managed, wire-speed, non-blocking, stackable Fast Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet switches that are incorporated into every Linux NetworX cluster system. Cluster technology is a method of linking multiple computers, or compute modules, together to form a powerful, unified system."
"Our RapidFlow line of switches overcome the bottlenecks that plague today's router-based networks and provide the perfect solution for our high availability and high performance customers," said Glen Lowry, president and CEO of Linux NetworX. "We believe clustering involves more than simply shipping boxes with Linux installed. By integrating the RapidFlow switch into our hardware and software cluster solutions, Linux NetworX provides a complete end-to-end product."
0 Talkback[s] (click to add your comment)