UPDATE: Solarflare Fires Up Second-Gen Network Adapter

The new adapter features a smaller FPGA card that will enable it to fit in more servers and attract a wider audience.


The AOE provides users with an open platform for "on-the-fly" processing of network data, allowing users to migrate portions of their business logic to the FPGA. By processing data on the FPGA before it reaches the server CPU, the AOE reduces application run-time and decreases overall latency and CPU workloads.

"Many of our customers are building network-intensive applications that require extreme low latency. While microprocessors are continuing to expand processing power with a multi-core

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