Blade Delivers Fast Multicast 10 Gigabit Ethernet Switch

The company's RackSwitch 10 Gigabit Ethernet switch delivers Multicast protocols at sub-700 nanosecond port-to-port latency.

By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Posted Jun 24, 2010
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Designed for high-frequency trading, market data, video streaming and other applications that require one-to-many multicast data distribution over an IP infrastructure, Blade has announced its RackSwitch 10 Gigabit Ethernet switch that delivers Multicast protocols at sub-700 nanosecond port-to-port latency. According to the company in this PR-USA news release, the RackSwitch G8124 is equipped with 24 SFP+ 10 Gigabit Ethernet ports and ultra-low latency for virtualization, financial analytics, clusters, medical imaging, animation, VOIP, Web 2.0, FCoE and iSCSI storage and other environments that require more I/O bandwidth.


"'BLADE's RackSwitch G8124 now supports IP PIM multicast capabilities, a key requirement for trading exchanges, co-location facilities and market data feeds seeking the lowest possible deterministic latency,' said David Iles, director of product management, BLADE Network Technologies. 'Our Wall Street customers are in a relentless pursuit of the lowest possible latency, so we are extremely pleased to enhance our RackSwitch G8124 for fast, deterministic and scalable multicast performance.'"

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