This solution adopts a Spine-Leaf architecture, which can enhance network performance, scalability, and security, meeting the ever-changing demands of data centers.
NADDOD's Mellanox MCP1600-E002E30 Compatible 2m (7ft) 100G InfiniBand EDR HPC Passive Direct Attach Copper Twinax Cable (QSFP28 to QSFP28, 30AWG)
We offer Mellanox MCP1600-E002E30 Compatible 2m (7ft) 100GBase-CU QSFP28 to QSFP28 Passive Copper Cable assemblies for SB7800/SB7890, MCX556A-ECAT/MCX653106A-HDAT, which are high performance, economical I/O solutions for LAN, HPC, and SAN. The high speed wire assemblies perform and reliably satisfy 100 Gigabit Ethernet and temperature criteria. The cables offer communication between devices employing QSFP ports and adhere to SFF-8436 requirements.
With NVIDIA/Mellanox InfiniBand NDR/HDR/EDR all series switches and NICs, NADDOD Test Center have extensively tested every part by live GPU and NVIDIA/Mellanox switching systems to guarantee its performance and ensure our InfiniBand networking products' 100% compatibility.
NADDOD can provide NVIDIA Mellanox compatible InfiniBand DAC cables with exact the same technical and performance standard including zero power consumption, high bandwidth，high density, lowest latency and insertion loss. In addition, it is almost impossible to achieve both low latency and low-power consumption for more than 98% of compatible InfiniBand Mellanox cable vendors. But NADDOD InfiniBand cables can achieve both ultimate low-latency, low-power interconnects . Extensively tested for low bit error ratings, yielding substantially better results than InfiniBand Trade Association (IBTA) standards and most competitors, which can be perfectly adapted to NVIDIA Mellanox Linkx cables' technical and performance requirements.
Compared with AOC cables, NADDOD‘s unique quality passive copper cable solutions provide the lowest-cost and lowest-power consumption connectivity for short-distance interconnects. It enables higher port bandwidth, density, the lowest latency, and configurability at a low cost so is widely used in data centers to connect servers and GPU compute systems to the top-of-rack (TOR) switches and link spine-to-super-spine switches inside racks over short cable lengths. DACs are also used to create InfiniBand storage fabrics with hard-disk-drive (HDD) and flash memory subsystems.