ATTO Technology announced that Ethernet storage networks can be optimized within minutes when built with the company’s FastFrame 3 Ethernet network interface cards (NICs) and managed by ATTO 360 Tuning, Monitoring and Analytics Software.
Up until now, ATTO said, Ethernet network technology has been a challenge to optimize even for professionals, who rely on multiple tools and often multiple people to keep a network working properly.
The complexities of Ethernet network optimization have been reduced through an integration of hardware and software. The process is simplified in such a way that a single user can manage a diverse network from a single location with a minimum of effort.
ATTO 360 Tuning, Monitoring and Analytics Software is an Ethernet network optimization application that unlocks the full potential of networks when used with ATTO FastFrame NICs and ATTO ThunderLink Thunderbolt to Ethernet adapters.
With only a few clicks from a single management panel, ATTO 360 optimizes network performance with pre-configured tuning profiles and intelligent diagnostics that identify problems before they can occur.
It supports speeds up to 100GbE and with latency as low as one microsecond(1µs), end-to-end quality of service and congestion control. ATTO FastFrame 3 NICs are ideal for collaborative creative workflows, IT applications such as data analytics, high-performance computing (HPC) clusters, hyper-converged servers, large database analysis and other latency-sensitive high-performance applications.
ATTO 360 is available for macOS, Windows and Linux.
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