November 28, 2011
Myricom SYNC dual-port 10GbE SFP+ adapter enables Lynx Capital Partners to more accurately measure and monitor the performance of its high frequency trading platform.
ARCADIA, Calif., Nov. 28 -- Myricom, the technology leader in extreme-performance 10-Gigabit Ethernet solutions specialized for vertical markets, today announces a new Myri-10G 10-Gigabit Ethernet network adapter. The 10G-PCIE2-8C2-2S-SYNC dual-SFP+-port adapter is specifically designed for applications such as cybersecurity and high frequency trading where accurate timestamping, lossless packet sniffing and injection at line rate, and cutting edge latencies are required.
“With Myricom’s new SYNC network adapters, we can timestamp all incoming packets with 1us precision, allowing us to more accurately measure and monitor the performance of our high frequency trading platform,” said Oleg Chernyakhovskiy, CTO, Lynx Capital Partners, a leading provider of high volume, low latency automated trading applications.
Timecode-based 10G-PCIE2-8C2-2S-SYNC adapters:
“Myricom’s new SYNC adapter makes precise timestamping accessible for the broad 10-Gigabit Ethernet market,” said Dr. Nan Boden, CEO of Myricom. “Our solution, by using a CDMA or GPS timecode source, gives our customers the capability to accurately timestamp packets without having to sacrifice 10GbE throughput as is the case with competing solutions.”
10G-PCIE2-8C2-2S-SYNC network adapters are sampling now and will be generally available by the end of 4Q11. For a product datasheet or more information about Myricom extreme-performance Ethernet products, please visit www.myricom.com or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Founded in 1994 as a Caltech spin-off, Myricom is the technology leader in extreme-performance 10-Gigabit Ethernet (10GbE) solutions specialized for vertical markets. Myricom first pioneered High Performance Computing (HPC) interconnect technology that helped fuel the growth of cluster computing. Now, with its fourth generation of networking products, Myri-10G, Myricom has achieved convergence between mainstream 10-Gigabit Ethernet and HPC technology, 10-Gigabit Ethernet with a supercomputing heritage. The majority of Myricom’s sales today are for 10-Gigabit Ethernet applications with demanding latency or throughput requirements. Myri-10G delivers wire-speed UDP and TCP throughput, with optional firmware-accelerated offloads for financial trading, packet capture and injection, video streaming and IPTV, HPC, and for other performance-sensitive vertical markets.
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