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Intel buys Qlogic

mehemiah (971799) writes | more than 2 years ago

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mehemiah (971799) writes "Intel has bought QLogic. I had to resist titling it "Intel eats Qlogic for a suggestive title." According to the article Intel and QLogic go way back.

"At the International Supercomputing Conference 2011, Intel unveiled a bold vision to redefine HPC performance and break the exascale barrier by 2018," said Kirk Skaugen, the outgoing general manager of Intel's Data Center and Connected System Group, said in a statement. "The technology and expertise from QLogic provide important assets to provide the scalable system fabric needed to execute on this vision. Adding QLogic's InfiniBand product line to our networking portfolio will bring increased options and exceptional value to our datacenter customers."

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huntall (2561353) | more than 2 years ago | (#38829983)

huntall.com is the site about Intel buys Qlogic
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