November 18, 2010
NEW ORLEANS, November 17, 2010 -- Mellanox Technologies, Ltd., a leading supplier of high-performance, end-to-end connectivity solutions for datacenter servers and storage systems, today announced that its industry-leading ConnectX-2 40Gb/s InfiniBand adapter was awarded "Best HPC Interconnect Product or Technology" in the annual HPCwire Readers' and Editors' Choice Awards. The coveted HPCwire Readers' and Editors' Choice Awards are determined through online polling of the global HPCwire audience, along with a rigorous selection process involving HPCwire editors and industry luminaries.
Interconnects are the critical paths that move data back and forth in HPC systems and top interconnect performance is critical for delivering the highest possible system performance. Mellanox leads the industry with its ConnectX-2 adapters, and the HPCwire award is the latest recognition of its industry-leading features and performance.
"HPCwire readers are among the most informed in the HPC community and these awards represent which HPC-related companies are making the biggest impacts in mind-share within this community," said Tom Tabor, publisher of HPCwire. "The HPCwire Readers' and Editors' Choice Awards send a strong message to the recipients that those in the global HPC community recognize their work, and consider their efforts meritorious."
"We are delighted and honored to have our ConnectX-2 adapter cards be named 'Best HPC Interconnect Product or Technology' by the heart of the HPC community," said, John Monson, vice president of marketing at Mellanox Technologies. "This award validates Mellanox InfiniBand technology's application performance and overall value for HPC end-users."
The awards are an annual feature of the publication, and constitute prestigious recognition from the HPC community.
Mellanox Technologies (NASDAQ: MLNX; TASE: MLNX) is a leading supplier of end-to-end connectivity solutions for servers and storage that optimize datacenter performance. Mellanox products deliver market-leading bandwidth, performance, scalability, power conservation and cost-effectiveness while converging multiple legacy network technologies into one future-proof solution. For the best in performance and scalability, Mellanox is the choice for Fortune 500 datacenters and the world's most powerful supercomputers. Founded in 1999, Mellanox Technologies is headquartered in Sunnyvale, Calif., and Yokneam, Israel. For more information, visit Mellanox at www.mellanox.com.
Source: Mellanox Technologies, Ltd.
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