The current version of Exablaze's ExaNIC card has four ports, but the vendor is now building a smaller version with two ports that can be installed in small form-factor servers that aren't big enough to fit a four-port height card, says Exablaze chief technology officer Matthew Chapman.
"The two-port card should have the same capabilities as the current card, just in a smaller form. Lots of clients were asking for this because they are using small form-factor servers," such as blade servers, Cha
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