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    vnunet: Adaptec Network Card Boosts Linux Clusters
    Friday August 22 2003 @ 07:34AM EDT

    Storage company Adaptec has released a network accelerator card which it claims will boost the performance of servers running high-performance Linux applications.

    The Adaptec Network Accelerator 7711 implements the new TCP/IP Offload Engine standard, taking all TCP/IP processing from the host system.

    Adaptec product manager Steve Owen explained that the card allows networks to go faster without affecting the processor.

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