NEW TAIPEI CITY, Taiwan, Dec. 4, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Infortrend® Technology, Inc. (TWSE: 2495) today announces the availability of 25 Gb Ethernet (25GbE) Host Board for EonStor GS 2000/3000/4000 series, designed to enhance the flexibility for storage configuration and deployment.
With increasing performance from the latest generation processors and SSDs, storage systems now demand faster I/O to exchange data across network efficiently. A single 25 GbE lane offers 2.5x bandwidth and is backward compatible with 10 GbE, ensuring a smooth transition with maximum flexibility. 25 GbE meets the growing performance requirements such as HPC, distributed applications, and clustered databases.
With two 25 Gb/s Ethernet ports per host board, Infortrend offers its customers a high bandwidth over Ethernet networks, which significantly reduces network bottleneck and simplifies storage deployment. In terms of configuration, a dual controller GS 4000 system can support of up to eight 25Gb/s Ethernet ports with two host boards per controller.
“New and innovative applications are stressing network bandwidth beyond 10 GbE. By providing a new 25 GbE host board for EonStor GS family, we provide our customers with a solution that grows with their investment and offers them the highest ROI.” said Thomas Kao, Senior Director of Product Planning.
Existing GS 2000/3000/4000 users can upgrade to 25 GbE host board with firmware update. 25 GbE Host Board will also soon to be offered in the EonStor DS storage family.
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