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Tuesday, July 2, 2013
ead IBM Qlogic 10Gb HBA reviews
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By far, the most popular post on this blog has been my discussion on the various protocol efficiencies between native 8 Gb/s Fibre Channel and 10GB HBA Ethernet using Fibre Channel over Ethernet encapsulation. I wrote the original post as much as an exercise in the logic as it was an attempt to educate. I find that if I can’t explain a subject well, I don’t yet understand it. Well, as it’s been pointed out in the comments of that post, there were some things that I missed or just had simply wrong. That’s cool – so let’s take another stab at this. While I may have been wrong on a few points, the original premise still stands – on a per Gb/s basis, 10GB HBA is still more efficient than 8Gb FC. In fact, it’s even better than I’d originally contended.