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Converged Networking: 10GBASE-T Fibre Channel Over EthernetThe Next Generation of Converged Networking: Fibre Channel over Ethernet Using 10GBASE-TThe City of Pforzheim, Germany, has a forward-looking IT division that has used virtualization to simplify its data center while meeting the growing demands of city operations. Building on that progress, the organization is now looking to better support its virtualized infrastructure by combining the cost-effectiveness and simplicity of converged LAN and storage traffic with the flexibility of 10GBASE-T.To modernize its data center, Pforzheim has used VMware vSphere* and Cisco hardware, such as Nexus* 5000 Series switches, achieving outstanding results. These virtualization efforts have provided server consolidation that allows for growing application demands to be supported cost-effectively. The city’s IT organization has also simplified its environment and realized cost savings by unifying its LAN and storage fabrics using Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE). This approach provides dependable, high-performance access to storage, providing robust support for virtualized usage models based on live migration of virtual machines between physical hosts.Read the full Converged Networking: 10GBASE-T Fibre Channel Over Ethernet Case Study.
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Delivering scalable I/O infrastructure using 10GBASE-T for cost-effectiveness and LOM technology.
Delivering flexibility for growing converged network demands with performance and virtualization.
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.
Intel® 10 Gigabit Server Adapters support SAN, LAN, and FCoE unified networks, simplifying infrastructures.
Wayne Swick (Intel) demonstrates Single Root I/O Virtualization with help from Dell and VMware.