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Harnessing vSphere Performance Benefits For NUMA: Part 2

December 14, 2009 05:32 PM
In my last post I talked a great deal about native support for NUMA in vSphere on enabled Opteron and Nehalem processor platforms. NUMA is a strong technology in and of itself, but it really starts to shine when teamed with other supporting technologies. In this post, I'm going to cover the details of integrating next generation networking and interrupt technologies to improve storage and networking performance. I'll focus on MSI-X, but future posts will cover VMDq, RSS and Multiple Queue's in more detail, as all these technologies work closely to distribute load to multi-core CPUs and dramatically improve system performance.

802.11n: Plan Ahead

February 01, 2007 05:00 AM
A ratified standard isn't expected until 2008. Still, it's never too early to determine how 802.11n will affect your Wi-Fi infrastructure.

IEEE: No Comments, Please!

September 22, 2006 04:00 AM
The IEEE 802.11n task group isn't likely to have a final wireless standard until 2008, in part because the group is obligated to respond to comments on the draft standard--all

Strategy Session: Armchair Economics

September 15, 2006 04:00 AM
Vendors are eyeing the state of the economy and the coming fiscal year with pessimism. So what's a well-intentioned IT planner to do?

Goodbye, Mr. Gates

June 30, 2006 04:00 AM
With Bill Gates' announcement of passing on the torch of day-to-day operations at Microsoft in July 2008, we pause to contemplate the future of the company without its founding father.

More Vista Delays Will Put Pressure On Win2000 Users

May 04, 2006 07:17 PM
If the launch date of Windows Vista gets pushed back any farther, Windows 2000 users will face an increasingly difficult decision.

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