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In this paper• Virtualization and cloud are changing enterprise computing, resulting in enterprises rethinking their networking architecture strategies.• Servers are getting faster and more virtual machines (VMs) are running on each server; 1 Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) connectivity is no longer enough.• Hardware and software vendors have been designing products to take advantage of 10 GbE, offering enterprises a growing 10 GbE ecosystem.At one time, data centers were discrete entities consisting of independent silos of computing power and storage bridged together by multiple networks. Servers were consolidated from time to time, but they still used discrete and independent networks such as Token Ring, Ethernet, Infiniband*, and Fibre Channel.Then along came virtualization and cloud computing. They brought with them a variety of storage technologies and, more recently, software defined networking (SDN). Collectively, these technologies are providing dramatic gains in productivity and cost savings. They are also fundamentally changing enterprise computing and driving a complete rethinking of enterprises´ networking architecture strategies.
EMC's Paul Brown discusses the seamless integration of Intel® Ethernet X520 Server Adapters with EMC solutions.
Delivering flexibility for growing converged network demands with performance and virtualization.
Delivering scalable I/O infrastructure using 10GBASE-T for cost-effectiveness and LOM technology.
Meet network demands with Intel® Xeon® processor E5 architecture and integrated 10GBASE-T solutions.
Discusses how 10 GbE unified networking and Intel® Open FCoE simplify the data center.
Demos setup on Windows Server* 2008 R2 and Intel® Ethernet 10 Gigabit Converged Network Adapter.