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Emulex Corporation provides network connectivity, monitoring, and management products for networks that support enterprise, cloud, government, and telecommunications worldwide. The company operates in two segments, Connectivity and Visibility. Its products enable end-to-end application visibility, optimization, and acceleration in the data center; and portfolio of input/output connectivity offerings consists of Ethernet and fiber channel-based connectivity products. The company’s Ethernet-based products comprise OneConnect converged network adapters and local area network on motherboard application specific integrated circuits, and custom form factor solutions. The company also offers OneConnect 10GbE Network Xceleration solutions, which are designed for enterprise applications, such as financial/high frequency trading network analytics, video content delivery, and leverage kernel bypass operations; and fibre channel based products comprising LightPulse host bus adaptors, and fibre channel application specific integrated circuits. In addition, it provides storage connectivity and other products, including InSpeed switch-on-a-chip and back-end connectivity, bridge, router products, Pilot integrated baseboard management controllers, certain legacy products, and other products and services. Further, the company offers network visibility products, such as EndaceProbe intelligent network recorder, EndaceVision, EndaceODE open application platform, EndaceAccess network visibility head-end system, EndaceFlow netflow generator appliance, and EndaceDAG data capture cards. Emulex Corporation sells its products to original equipment manufacturers, original design manufacturers, and end users, as well as through various distribution channels, including value added resellers, systems integrators, industrial distributors, direct market resellers, and other resellers. The company was founded in 1979 and is headquartered in Costa Mesa, California.

1,122 Employees
Last Reported Date: 08/28/14
Founded in 1979

emulex corp (EMU) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer, President and Direct...
Total Annual Compensation: $504.6K
Chief Financial Officer, Senior Vice Presiden...
Total Annual Compensation: $154.8K
Senior Vice President of Operations
Total Annual Compensation: $291.7K
Senior Vice President of Worldwide Sales
Total Annual Compensation: $339.2K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

emulex corp (EMU) Key Developments

Emulex 10GbE NICs with Advanced Application and Hybrid Cloud Acceleration Enhance HP ProLiant Gen9 Platforms

Emulex Corporation announced that its 10Gb Ethernet (10GbE) technology is being used in the HP Ethernet 10Gb 2-port 557SFP+ Adapter PCI Express (PCIe) 3.0 Network Interface Card (NIC) for the HP ProLiant Gen9 rack and tower servers. Utilizing Emulex's newest 10GbE technology in the latest generation PCI 3.0 format helps HP deliver performance, value and simplicity with advanced features and functionality for enterprise virtualization and hybrid cloud deployments. The HP 557SFP+ NIC delivers exclusive Emulex advanced features such as RDMA over Converged Ethernet (RoCE) and tunnel offloading, giving customers the functionality they need as they leverage next generation technologies in their data centers, such as network functions virtualization (NFV), hybrid cloud overlay networks and RoCE. The HP 557SFP+ NIC, based on Emulex OneConnect® Ethernet Network Adapter technology, delivers the following key benefits for HP ProLiant Gen9 environments: Increased Networking Performance: The HP 557SFP+ NIC enables up to four times better small packet processing performance than the previous generation adapter1. Improvements in small packet processing performance are important for accelerating Voice over IP (VoIP), mobile messaging, gaming, and select NFV applications. Superior Server CPU Effectiveness with Tunnel Offloads: The HP 557SFP+ NIC includes the industry's only hardware offload support for Virtual Extensible Local Area Network (VXLAN) running on VMware and Network Virtualization using Generic Routing Encapsulation (NVGRE) tunnels, designed to simplify virtual machine (VM) mobility and network scalability while optimizing server performance when compared to adapters that lack offload capability. More I/O Per Unit of Server CPU: For hybrid cloud overlay networks, the HP 557SFP+ NIC provides increased throughput by up to 143% and increased CPU effectiveness by up to 46% versus adapters without overlay networking offload1, further optimizing server performance. Accelerated Network Attached File Storage (NAS) I/O: Accelerated file storage I/O enhances Microsoft applications with exclusive, high performance SMB Direct with RoCE networking hardware offload support. RoCE reduces I/O response time and server CPU consumption for NAS infrastructures by bypassing software, thereby reducing CPU utilization for fast data transfer. The HP 557SFP+ NIC with Emulex technology became generally available on March 30, 2015.

Emulex Corporation Announces Latest Release of Emulex Pilot Integrated Baseboard Management Controller Solution

Emulex Corporation announced the latest release of the Emulex Pilot integrated Baseboard Management Controller (iBMC) solution. The Pilot 4 iBMC has been optimized for use with the next generation Intel server platform, which includes significant feature enhancements including a new unique high-speed interface between the BMC and Intel-based processors. Emulex also announced initial sampling of Pilot 4 to server and storage Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) with general availability planned for 2016. Emulex Pilot 4 will feature a variety of functional upgrades to support increased performance and flexibility in remote management environments for enterprise-class data center customers, including an upgraded BMC processor complex, increased memory using a fourth generation memory interface (DDR4) to double memory speed, improved security, enhanced graphics, and other upgrades to support next generation Intel server platforms. Emulex Pilot 4 will maintain generational firmware compatibility with Pilot 3, so the firmware investments already made by customers can be leveraged in Pilot 4. The Emulex Pilot iBMC, when embedded in a server system, storage platform or appliance, simplifies the management of the remote server systems and appliances, reducing operational costs to data center managers. By integrating the BMC, super I/O, graphics controller and remote keyboard, video, mouse and storage (KVMS) functionality into a single ASIC, Emulex Pilot provides significant cost savings to data center managers. The Emulex Pilot iBMC includes Emulex ClearKVM technology, in which the remote administrator's management experience is just like being at the server.

Emulex Corporation Unveils EndaceProbe Intelligent Network Recorders and EndaceVision 6.0 Network Visibility Software

Emulex Corporation has announced EndaceProbe Intelligent Network Recorders, or INRs, and EndaceVision 6.0 Network Visibility Software, the next generation of its network monitoring and visibility portfolio, reportedly architected to support 10Gb, 40Gb and 100Gb ethernet, or 100GbE, -based networks. The latest EndaceProbe Intelligent Network Recorders (INRs) and EndaceVision 6.0 Network Visibility Software introduces new capabilities to manage and make sense of the massive network traffic volumes created by continual business demands. The new EndaceProbe INR and EndaceVision reduce the costs and effort associated with managing physical, virtual and software-defined networks by enabling network and security professionals to rapidly capture, analyze and diagnose potential and actual network and security issues in real-time. The ability to view network incidents with microsecond-level accuracy is unprecedented in the Application Aware-Network Performance Management (AA-NPM) and security space. Next generation EndaceProbe INRs have been re-architected to meet the performance, reliability, processing power, and open architecture needed to integrate with current network and application management solutions. When combined with EndaceVision 6.0, EndaceProbe INR network visibility appliances allow network operations teams to quickly and easily identify issues, and optionally pass the relevant data to third party tools. This dramatically improves root cause isolation and mean time-to-resolution (MTTR). New EndaceProbe INRs include the following new or enhanced features and capabilities: Integrated Virtual Machines (VMs); 10GbE Write To Disk Performance and Increased Compute Power; and flexible deployment options. EndaceProbe INRs include a hypervisor, which allows analysis management, and security applications to be hosted in a VM and have direct access to packet data at the point of capture. Since multi-gigabit capture files can be large and cumbersome to send to analysis applications, the ability to load third party software directly onto the EndaceProbe INRs enables analysis software to be quickly and easily added or moved to the data instead of moving the data to the software. EndaceProbe 4104 and 8004 INRs provide 10GbE write to disk rates, minimizing total cost of ownership while providing the industry's only 100% accurate packet capture on current multi-10GbE networks. EndaceProbe INRs also include increased compute power and memory that reduces the hardware footprint needed to support the analysis of multi-10GbE networks. The EndaceProbe INRs include three new options; the 4104, 4004, and 8004. The EndaceProbe 4104 INR - with highly reliable solid state disk (SSD) primary storage - is ideal for on-demand recording across multiple 10GbE networks or wherever physical access is a challenge. The EndaceProbe 4004 INR is a cost effective 1RU appliance for lower packet rate multi-1GbE or 10GbE network links, ideal for remote locations. The EndaceProbe 8004 INR is a 2RU appliance providing ultra-fast, highly reliable disk storage for packet capture on 10GbE or higher networks. It is ideally suited for the core, distribution, and access layers within data centers and large campus environments for continuous high-speed recording and fast retrieval during traffic analysis. EndaceVision 6.0 is a powerful, purpose-built, web-based network history visualization application for high-speed networks that comes bundled with all EndaceProbe INRs. Using EndaceVision, network operations, security, or incident response professionals can navigate quickly through network history data - both packets and metadata - to identify the cause of network issues and take appropriate action - without guesswork. EndaceVision includes the following new features and capabilities: Endace MicroVision Support; Dynamic Network Visualizations; and SCADA Detection and Decoding. Endace MicroVision gives network managers microsecond-level views into the captured packet data, allowing users to troubleshoot disruptive high speed network issues with more detailed and accurate inspection of shorter time periods. For 10GbE, the time to transmit each packet of information has decreased by 10x as the amount of traffic has increased by 10x, exponentially increasing the amount of data for an IT analyst to cull through when troubleshooting a network or application issue. Endace MicroVision allows analysts to focus on the problem in small timeframes, reducing the distraction of additional data and greatly enhancing MTTR. EndaceVision now includes the TCP Flags visualization and client and server breakdowns, leveraging TCP's intrinsic statefulness and explicit signaling to assist in monitoring and debugging transport services across the network (watch this video to learn more). EndaceVision 6.0 addresses the needs of the utilities industry by including automatic ICS/SCADA protocol detection and visualization, plus full packet-level decodes in the web-based EndacePackets viewer, enabling analysts to ensure the stability and security of utility network traffic.

 

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