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Last $42.84 USD
Change Today +0.53 / 1.25%
Volume 718.2K
As of 8:10 PM 08/4/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).
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Beit Mellanox

Yokneam, 20692

Israel

Phone: 972 4 909 7200

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Mellanox Technologies, Ltd., a fabless semiconductor company, engages in the design, manufacture, and sale of high-performance interconnect products and solutions primarily based on the InfiniBand and Ethernet standards. The company’s products facilitate data transmission between servers, storage systems, communications infrastructure equipment and other embedded systems. Products The products the company offers include integrated circuits (ICs), adapter cards, switch systems, cables, modules, software, services and accessories as an integral part of a total end-to-end networking solution focused on computing, storage and communication applications used in multiple markets, including high-performance computing (HPC), Web 2.0, storage, financial services, enterprise data center (EDC), and cloud. The company’s products are incorporated in servers and associated networking solutions produced by server vendors, Dell, HP, Lenovo, and Oracle. The company supplies its products to storage and communications infrastructure equipment vendors such as Data Direct Networks, Dell, EMC, Fujitsu, HP, IBM, Lenovo, NetApp, Nimbus Data, Oracle, Teradata, Toshiba and Seagate. Additionally, its products are used as embedded solutions by companies, such as Fujitsu, GE Fanuc, Mercury, and Toshiba Medical. The company provides solutions which are based on and meet the specifications of the InfiniBand and Ethernet standards. The company’s InfiniBand products include adapter ICs and cards (ConnectX and Connect-IB product family) and switch ICs (InfiniScale, SwitchX, and SwitchX-2, and Switch-IB product families) and systems, gateway ICs (BridgeX product family) and gateway systems, long-haul systems (MetroX), software, cables and modules. The last 4 generations of its adapters and cards (ConnectX, ConnectX-2, ConnectX-3, and ConnectX-4 product families) support both the Ethernet and InfiniBand interconnect standards. The company’s SwitchX and SwitchX-2 family of silicon and systems supports both Ethernet and InfiniBand, and includes gateways to Fibre Channel. The company’s gateway devices support bridging capabilities from InfiniBand to Ethernet. The company’s long-haul systems expand the reach of InfiniBand and lossless Ethernet up to 80 kilometers. The company provides adapters to server, storage, communications infrastructure and embedded systems original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) as ICs or standard card form factors with PCI Express interfaces. Adapter ICs or cards are incorporated into OEM server and storage systems to provide InfiniBand and/or Ethernet connectivity. All of its adapter products interoperate with standard programming interfaces and are compatible with previous generations, providing industry support. The company also supports server operating systems including Linux, Windows, AIX, HPUX, Solaris and VxWorks. The company provides its switch ICs to server, storage, communications infrastructure and embedded systems OEMs to create switching equipment. To deploy an InfiniBand or Ethernet fabric, any number of server or storage systems that contain an adapter can be connected to a communications infrastructure system such as an InfiniBand or Ethernet switch. The company also offers custom products that incorporate its ICs to select server and storage OEMs that meet their special system requirements. The company also provides its OEM customers software and tools that facilitate the use and management of its products. Developed in conjunction with the OpenFabrics Alliance (OFA), its Linux- and Windows-based software enables applications to utilize the features of interconnect. The company provides a suite of software tools and a comprehensive management software solution, Unified Fabric Manager (UFM), and MLNX-OS, for managing, optimizing, testing and verifying the operation of InfiniBand and Ethernet switch fabrics. In addition, the company provides a suite of acceleration software (Messaging Accelerator, (VMA), Fabric Collective Accelerator (FCA), and Unstructured Data Accelerator (UDA). The company provides a selection of passive and active copper and optical cables and modules to enable InfiniBand and Eth

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