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The combination of Broadcom(R) C-NIC technology and Microsoft's Scalable Networking Pack delivers the industry's most advanced network performance while reducing operating system bottlenecks, such as central processing unit (CPU) overhead and memory bandwidth related to network packet processing, without requiring changes to existing applications or network management tools.
NetXen's Intelligent NIC in combination with Microsoft's Scalable Networking Pack is a balanced approach to system design that allows IT managers to scale server performance in a power-efficient manner, while preserving application compatibility and standard network management practices.
The innovative Dynamic TCP Offload technology has been natively integrated with Microsoft's TCP Chimney Offload architecture, which is part of its Scalable Networking Pack for Windows Server 2003.
Installed on Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Alacritech Accelerators work with the Scalable Networking Pack to reduce central processing unit (CPU) overhead and memory bandwidth utilization associated with networking by offloading TCP/IP processing and data delivery to specialized hardware on the Accelerator.
Ample's high-performance GbE silicon is compatible with the innovations introduced in the Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Scalable Networking Pack announced today at Microsoft's WinHEC 2006 conference.
District Court has granted Alacritech's motion for preliminary injunction to prevent Microsoft Corporation (Nasdaq: MSFT) from making, using, offering for sale, selling, importing or inducing others to use Microsoft's "Chimney" TCP offload architecture slated to be available in both the "Longhorn" version of the Windows(R) operating system and in the Scalable Networking Pack for Windows Server(TM) 2003.