Data Center and Cloud Solutions
Is your data center being tested by an explosion of traffic? Marvell understands how ever-increasing volumes of data, video streaming and high throughput for servers and storage solutions is testing bandwidth and data density speeds. Marvell storage technology enables high density and high performance solutions. We’ve developed a vast portfolio of networking, storage and ARM implementations that help avoid bottleneck by moving the data on and off servers and network storage faster, at lower power, and with greater reliability.
25 GbE Transition
As data centers increase bandwidth speeds, how will your company keep up with the massive flow of data coming through the cloud? Marvell can help! We not only provide an optimized and cost-effective 25 Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) solution, our product portfolio includes a modular option to span the variety of legacy port speeds in transitioning data centers.
Your IT team needs the flexibility to move data across the network. That’s why Marvell is streamlining network development and simplifying the central management of hundreds of thousands of data center ports.
Lowering OPEX and CAPEX
Energy costs are often among the highest costs incurred by data centers. With bandwidth demands rising, power-efficient data center solutions are crucial. Marvell Ethernet PHY and switch solutions and purpose-built port extenders are designed with greater power-efficiency, enabling you to cost-effectively transition to the higher GbE rates while reducing capital expenditures (CAPEX) and operating expenses (OPEX).
The more data you create, the more you have to store. Hyperscale data centers have moved storage from residing local on the server to distribution of it across the data center. This allows for more efficiency but incurs costs from the need for a front-end server to manage the storage in a new location. With NVMe over fabric technology, you get distributed data that looks local and can be accessed from multiple nodes on the network. Marvell NVMe controllers make it possible for data centers to share storage data to further maximize cost and performance efficiencies.