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Broadcom has snapped up Siliquent Technologies, a Tel Aviv, Israel based company that makes 10 Gigabit Ethernet (10GbE) network interface controllers (NICs) for servers, storage and local networks. Gartner Dataquest predicts that 10GbE technology will begin its volume ramp in servers beginning in 2007. Get all […]

Broadcom has snapped up Siliquent Technologies, a Tel Aviv, Israel based company that makes 10 Gigabit Ethernet (10GbE) network interface controllers (NICs) for servers, storage and local networks. Gartner Dataquest predicts that 10GbE technology will begin its volume ramp in servers beginning in 2007.

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  1. Stupid Broadcom won’t let it’s wi-fi drivers (the tech in Airport Extreme) be implemented on Linux.

  2. And we can expect the same policy to apply to TCP offload (unless Dell twists their arm really hard again).

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