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QLogic Adapters Certified
SAN FRANCISCO -- QLogic Corp. (NASDAQ:QLGC), a leading supplier of high performance network infrastructure solutions, today announced that QLogic 7200 Series InfiniBand® double data rate (DDR) adapters have been certified as Intel® Cluster Ready. The Intel Cluster Ready program makes it easier to design, build, sell, program, acquire, and deploy high performance computer clusters. By achieving Intel Cluster Ready certification, ISVs build customer confidence that applications written to run on one certified cluster can reliably run on another certified cluster; conversely, a certified cluster will support multiple Intel Cluster Ready ISV applications. Since Intel has developed the program in collaboration with OEMs, channel partners, and ISVs, end users can now confidently select and deploy QLogic 7200 Series DDR adapters for interoperability with a variety of hardware and software components.
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ALISO VIEJO, Calif. -- QLogic Corp. (NASDAQ:QLGC), a leading supplier of high performance network infrastructure solutions, today announced that QLogic once again ranked number one in every category of storage area network (SAN) host bus adapter (HBA) revenue and port market share, according to new data from the Dell'Oro Group Q2 2008 SAN Report. Dell'Oro reports that QLogic gained in overall revenue market share versus its primary competitor for the fifth consecutive quarter achieving 55 percent market share in overall ports and 53 percent of revenue share with a gain of 3.1 percentage points over the previous quarter. This increased the companys revenue lead over its nearest competitor to 15 percentage points and port share lead to 17 percentage points for the quarter. In addition, DellOro Group has begun to record market data for 8Gb Fibre Channel; QLogic is the only company to show shipments for the second calendar quarter 2008.
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