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Intel's Qlogic deal pumps up InfiniBand's future

Buying Qlogic's high-end server interconnection products and hiring its employees supports Intel's supercomputing goal for 2018.

By January 23, 2012


QLogic acquires InfiniBand specialist

Company plans to acquire PathScale, which makes hardware and software to let computing systems use the high-speed networking tech.

By February 16, 2006


QLogic, Emulex settle legal spats

The storage rivals agree to bring two patent infringement lawsuits to an end.

By June 28, 2004


QLogic senior executive resigns

Storage networking equipment maker QLogic has lost a senior manager, Mark Edwards, who resigned from his post as senior vice president of technology and planning, the company said in a regulatory filing. Edwards had worked for Aliso Viejo, Calif.-based QLogic since 1996, joining the company from Unisys. QLogic said Edwards will continue working at the company through Aug. 15. Edwards has taken a job at No. 8 Ventures, a venture capital firm in New Zealand, QLogic spokesman Steve Sturgeon said.

By May 31, 2002


QLogic acquires Fibre Channel storage firm

Storage network hardware maker QLogic has acquired Little Mountain Group in a deal to expand its storage products. The cash and stock deal, valued at about $30 million over four years, gives QLogic the technology to embrace a future trend, the merging of special-purpose Fibre Channel-based storage networks with ordinary computer networks, the companies said. Little Mountain works on iSCSI, a protocol that maps data storage commands over ordinary TCP/IP networks.

By January 25, 2001


Short Take: Switch maker Qlogic snags new executive

QLogic has lured away David Hubbard from competitor Inrange Technologies to lead its switch products group, the company said. QLogic and Inrange make high-speed switches that connect servers and storage devices in sophisticated but expensive special-purpose networks dedicated to data-storage devices. Hubbard previously was Inrange's senior vice president of sales and marketing.

By January 18, 2001


QLogic beats 4Q expectations

May 10, 2000


Storage cooperation ratchets ahead

The Supported Solutions Forum (SSF), an effort to address the nagging difficulties getting storage systems and storage networks to work together, has qualified its first collection of storage networking products. The certified hardware and software is from Compaq Computer, IBM, Brocade Communications Systems, Emulex, QLogic and JNI. The SSF, part of the Storage Networking Industry Association is trying to ease interoperability problems that analysts say have held back the industry of storage area networking.

By December 19, 2001