ATTO has upgraded it FastFrame 3 Smart Ethernet Adapters with the new software claimed to boost performance up to 30%, depending on the workflow and operating system.
ATTO 360 Software is a tool for optimising and maintaining Ethernet networks designed exclusively for ATTO FastFrame SmartNICs. Featuring one-click tuning profiles and utilising intelligence to automatically analyse performance metrics, 360 gives every user the ability to easily tune a network for the absolute best performance possible.
Available now, v.3 of ATTO 360 adds support for Remote Direct Memory Access (RDMA), simplifying the setup and configuration of this new advanced technology. In addition to the profiles from prior versions, ATTO 360 version 3 includes three new ATTO profiles for NVMe-over-Fabrics, iSER, and NFS over RDMA, plus a new Dell OneFS profile for NFS over RDMA. New diagnostics capabilities and a new metrics dashboard round out the update.
“We’ve been on a roll adding features and capabilities to our SmartNICs through ATTO 360, and the industry is responding,” said Timothy J. Klein president. “Nobody else offers an Ethernet network performance package like this.”
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