Benefits of RDMA in Accelerating Ethernet Storage Connectivity

Presented by

Jim Pinkerton, Microsoft; Brian Hausauer, Intel; Mike Jochimsen, Emulex; Tom Talpey, Microsoft; David Fair, Chair – SNIA-ESF

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Remote Direct Memory Access (RDMA) has existed for many years as an interconnect technology, providing low latency and high bandwidth in computing clusters. More recently, RDMA has gained traction as a method for accelerating storage connectivity and interconnectivity on Ethernet. In this Webcast, experts will cover: •Storage protocols that take advantage of RDMA •Overview of iSER for block storage •Deep dive of SMB Direct for file storage •Benefits of available RDMA technologies to accelerate your Ethernet storage connectivity, both iWARP and RoCE

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