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QLogic, LSI to Cross-Certify
ALISO VIEJO, Calif. and MILPITAS, Calif. -- QLogic Corp. (Nasdaq:QLGC), a leader in networking for
storage and high performance computing (HPC), and LSI Corporation
(NYSE:LSI) today announced that the two companies will be working
together to cross-certify InfiniBand(r)-based storage systems from LSI
with QLogic InfiniBand networking products. LSI, a charter member of
the QLogic(r) HPCtrack(tm) program, plans to build on its longstanding
relationship with QLogic through cross-certification efforts that allow
both companies to deliver better InfiniBand solutions and support to
"Our strong relationship with QLogic and its HPCtrack program is a key
part of our InfiniBand product strategy. We are excited about the
InfiniBand interoperability as it is the selected storage system
interface from the first PetaScale-class supercomputer at Oak Ridge
National Laboratory," said Julie Ryan, director of alliances, Engenio
Storage Group, LSI. "With the ability to conduct interoperability
certifications with the very latest solutions from QLogic and other
critical members of the HPC ecosystem, we will be able to optimize the
reliability and performance of our products for the marketplace."
"LSI has been a strong member of our SANtrack program for several years
and with the addition of this important partner to our HPCtrack roster,
we can begin to deliver compatible, best-of-breed InfiniBand solutions
to our mutual HPC customers," said Joe Kimpler, director of business
alliances, QLogic Corp. "We look forward to working closely with LSI as
the HPC market continues to expand into increasingly broader
QLogic Corp. (Nasdaq: QLGC)
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