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Intel 535 Series 2.5" 480GB SATA III MLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) SSDSC2BW480H6R5 - Newegg.ca
Nice find! Beautiful looking piece of kit.
Question: is the heatsink/fan/cooling arrangement for the second CPU OEM (i.e., provided by Quanta)?
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GIGABYTE GB-BXi5H-5200-BN (rev. 1.0) 2 x 204Pin SO-DIMM Intel HD Graphics 5500 Black...
... what has kept me away from these Used OEM Datacenter SSD Ebay offers is the, potential, impossibility of updating the SSD firmware. Great...
When I first read this I thought it was an elaborate April Fool's joke.
... you have an "in" with Intel now for product/test reviews of their new offerings?
+1 for DPDK. Inter-VM network performance is a primary design focus of DPDK. Here are some supported NICs you can test with:
Sorry to hear you are having issues. We had great success with the T60 and W520. The W520, in particular, is built like a tank.
STHers interested in testing Open vSwitch (OVS) + DPDK might want to consider testing on Ubuntu 16.04 (OVS 2.5/DPDK 2.2). Intel's testers found...
I stumbled across a new SDN programming and automation book STHers might want to look into:
"Next-Generation Network Engineering Skills - Scott's...
Have you looked at Open vSwitch?
Sorry, you lost me. Why are you looking at the XL710-series and not the X710-series?
Have you considered the possibility of putting a quiet workstation in your rack to do this (i.e., running it as a server to replace...
Have you considered Infiniband for your HFT use case?
I'm not sure I understand your requirements/setup well enough: why not just use OVS + 10GbE NICs that support VXLAN?
Just to add. Here's a slide deck from Panduit that provides a brief overview of 40GBASE-T and some high-speed ethernet cabling options (p. 4 and...