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The ExaLINK Hydra - highest density layer 1 switch Sydney, 16 October, 2018: Exablaze, a world leader in end-to-end, low-latency networking, today announced the ExaLINK Hydra, the world’s highest density layer 1 switch. The ExaLINK Hydra is an all new switching platform, offering deterministic, ultra low-latency for applications in finance, telecommunications…

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The ExaLINK Fusion HPT - 100 picosecond resolution, high port density, tap/aggregation switch Sydney, 12 October, 2018: Exablaze today announced the ExaLINK Fusion HPT, a highly anticipated addition to the successful ExaLINK Fusion product series. The Fusion HPT provides unprecedented depths of insight into network operations for high performance compute (HPC), high…

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A core component of any high speed FPGA network application is the Medium Access Controller or "MAC". Exablaze builds and supplies the ExaMAC as a part of our Firmware Development Kit (FDK), and as a standalone component for 3rd party FPGA boards. We claim that the 40ns performance of the ExaMAC, is…

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At Exablaze, our primary focus is on building the highest performing, lowest latency networking products on the market. We've demonstrated this with our ultra-low latency ExaNIC X10, X40 and ExaLINK Fusion FastMux products. The problem with building ultra-low latency network products is, how do you measure them? The ExaLINK Fusion FastMux has a…

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Exablaze Enables High Density FPGA Application Development The ExaNIC V5P, high-density, low-profile, Network Application Card Sydney, 17 October, 2017: Exablaze today announced the ExaNIC V5P, the latest addition to Exablaze's highly successful ExaNIC family of Network Application Cards. The ExaNIC V5P is a high-density FPGA acceleration adapter, designed for low latency networking,…

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