Mellanox Technologies Wins 3 HPCwire 2011 Readers’ Choice Awards

 

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Mellanox Technologies, Ltd. has been awarded with three HPCwire 2011 Readers’ Choice Awards. It was honored with the “˜Top 5 Vendor to Watch', “˜Best HPC interconnect product or technology', and “˜Best HPC collaboration between government and industry' awards.

The awards were determined through online polling of the global HPCwire audience, along with a rigorous selection process involving HPCwire editors and industry luminaries.

“We are delighted and honored to be named and awarded by the heart of the HPC community,“ said, David Barzilai, vice president of marketing at Mellanox Technologies. “These awards validate Mellanox's leadership role in the HPC community and that our InfiniBand I/O solutions are providing substantial application performance and overall value for HPC end-users.“

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