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News Release from: Denali Software | Subject: PureSpec
Edited by the Electronicstalk Editorial Team on 3 May 2007

Verification IP confirms NIC compliance

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NetXen has used Denali's PureSpeed verification IP to demonstrate the compliance of its latest 10GbE intelligent network interface cards for blade, rack and tower servers

NetXen's latest 10GbE intelligent network interface cards (NICs) for blade, rack and tower servers were verified for compliance and interoperability with Denali's PureSpec verification IP product. NetXen's Intelligent NICs are currently being shipped in Hewlett-Packard, IBM and Supermicro server product lines.

By using Denali's PCIe verification solutions, NetXen hardware developers were able to accelerate their time to market for deploying their latest network adapter products.

'Our Intelligent NIC products are capable of supporting the immense traffic loads and increased speeds expected from the latest generation of 10GbE-enabled servers', said Ross Werner, Vice President of Hardware Engineering for NetXen.

'PCI Express technology is a key design requirement, and working with high-quality verification products, such as those from Denali, results in significant value to our hardware designers'.

'Our PCIe verification solutions for PCI Express technology continues to meet our customers' high performance requirements', remarks David Lin, Vice President of Product Marketing for Denali.

'NetXen's leading 10Gigabit Ethernet solutions for rack, tower, and blade server OEMs involve a perfect combination of high performance, flexibility and affordability needed to support the evolution of today's data centres'.

'Our customers, such as NetXen, depend on high-quality solutions that are in step with the PCI Express Base 2.0 specification from the PCI-SIG and can look forward to steady updates as the specification matures'.

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