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PRNewswire: Giganet and TurboLinux Bring Virtual Interface (VI) Architecture to Linux

“Giganet, Inc., a leader in server scalability for the Internet
age, today announced a strategic relationship with TurboLinux, the
world’s fastest growing Linux company, to package cLAN drivers with
TurboLinux’s TurboCluster Server. The combination of cLAN and
TurboCluster will provide for the first time, high performance
Virtual Interface (VI) Architecture-based clustering for Linux
environments.
The cLAN family is the first set of products to
natively support VI in hardware, and will enable TurboLinux
customers to achieve unprecedented performance from Linux server
clusters.”

“TurboCluster Server adds advanced clustering capabilities for a
distributed, high performance environment,” said Cliff Miller, CEO
of TurboLinux. “By supporting cLAN in TurboCluster Server, we’re
ensuring that our customers can create the highest performing Linux
clusters available.”

“Linux continues to garner major market acceptance, especially
as the platform of choice for Web servers,” said Gareth Taube,
Giganet’s vice president of marketing. “Our cLAN products combine
proven, industry-leading performance, VI support, and our
commitment to the Linux Open Source movement to enable enterprises
to run mission-critical applications in a high-speed clustered
server environment.”


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