NVIDIA Networking

NVIDIA NETWORKING The new name for Mellanox Technologies April 2020 saw the completion of NVIDIA’s eagerly awaited acquisition of Mellanox Technologies. The union of these two companies unites world-class computing and networking capabilities to address a $60 billion datacentre market opportunity. Building upon the companies’ long history of collaboration and joint innovation, the acquisition is intended to strengthen NVIDIA’s ability to provide datacentre-scale computing across the full stack – processing, networking and storage. Designed to give you a competitive advantage, NVIDIA Networking offers end-to-end solutions which deliver industry leading performance, scalability and value across a wide range of applications. Join this webinar to find out more about our market-leading solutions and other reasons to partner with NVIDIA Networking NVIDIA – next generation networking for cloud, virtualisation, finance, storage big data, machine learning, telco and more.

100-400Gb Managed InfiniBand Switches

These rackmount switches are ideal when supporting high performance computing (HPC) applications. They feature up to 400GbE speeds and full functionality data traffic management features in order to control network efficiency by segregating, prioritising or grouping network traffic by type, user or function. These higher speeds and lower latency offer greater performance in the when connecting to GPU-accelerated servers and storage appliances, and support high bandwidth workloads such as big data analytics and AI.

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Fibre Network Cables

An fibre network or fibre optic cable is used to connect high performance computers or servers to a network. Fibre cabling can support up to 400 Gigabit (400Gbps) speeds in either Ethernet or Infiniband format and features SFP (small form factor pluggable) end plugs (as part of the cable or required separately). A number of SFP formats are available (SFP, SFP+, QSFP+, QSFP28, QSFP56), so it is essential to choose the one that matches your device or switch ports.

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Fibre Transceivers

Transceivers are a required modular interface when using fibre networking technologies. Whether SFP, SFP+, QSFP+, QSFP28 or QSFP56 - these transceiver modules slot into the compatible switch ports to deliver the fastest speed data transmissions whilst providing the lowest latencies.

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Managed 100-400Gb Ethernet Switches

These rackmount switches are ideal when upgrading the network core or supporting high performance computing (HPC) applications. They feature up to 400GbE speeds and full functionality (layer 2 / layer 3) data traffic management features in order to control network efficiency by segregating, prioritising or grouping network traffic by type, user or function. These higher speeds and lower latency offer greater performance in the when connecting to GPU-accelerated servers and storage appliances, and support high bandwidth workloads such as big data analytics and AI.

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Managed 10Gb Ethernet Switches

These rackmount switches are ideal when adding additional users or devices to your network or upgrading the network core. They feature 10GbE speeds and full functionality (layer 2 / layer 3) data traffic management features in order to control network efficiency by segregating, prioritising or grouping network traffic by type, user or function.

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Managed 25-50Gb Ethernet Switches

These rackmount switches are ideal when upgrading the network core or supporting high performance computing (HPC) applications. They feature up to 50GbE speeds and full functionality (layer 2 / layer 3) data traffic management features in order to control network efficiency by segregating, prioritising or grouping network traffic by type, user or function. These higher speeds and lower latency offer greater performance in the when connecting to GPU-accelerated servers and storage appliances, and support high bandwidth workloads such as big data analytics and AI.

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Network Tools / Fittings / Accs.

Network wall sockets, tools and accessories for all your cabling network requirements. Build a integrated cable network within the walls of a building to making up loose network patch cables.
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QSFP Network Cards

Network cards are added to servers to enable connectivity to other users and devices in a very high performance environment. QSFP+ is a small form factor pluggable interface allows fibre optic cabling to be used as opposed to Ethernet offering far greater speeds, distance and low latency when connecting to network switches.

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Server Accessories

Various additional items designed for use with specific servers.

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SFP+ Network Cards

Network cards are added to servers to enable connectivity to other users and devices in a high performance environment. SFP+ is a small form factor pluggable interface allows fibre optic cabling to be used as opposed to Ethernet offering greater speeds, distance and low latency when connecting to network switches.

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