Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Broadcom earn another major industry certification

IRVINE, USA: Broadcom Corp. announced that its converged network adapters (CNAs) have earned FCoE (Fiber Channel over Ethernet) certification on VMware vSphere 5. Following other recent certifications – EMC E‑Lab and NetApp validation – VMware vSphere 5 marks another major industry certification milestone in Broadcom's expanding 10GbE storage and networking ecosystem.

Demand for server virtualization continues to rise as IT managers strive to maximize efficiency of servers, increase security, and ensure higher levels of automated performance. International Data Corporation (IDC) forecasts more than 70 percent of all server workloads installed on new shipments in 2014 will reside in a virtual machine.

vSphere 5 is the latest version of VMware's virtualization platform for small- and mid-size businesses, as well as enterprise-class users. VMware vSphere 5 delivers better application performance and availability for business-critical applications while automating the management of an increasingly broad pool of data center resources. VMware's certification confirms Broadcom's CNAs offer full interoperability within vSphere 5 environments.

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