Cornelis Networks Joins Ultra Ethernet Consortium to Boost AI and HPC Workloads

Cornelis Networks

WAYNE, PA — Cornelis Networks, a leading provider of high-performance networking solutions, has recently announced its membership in the Ultra Ethernet Consortium (UEC). The UEC’s mission aligns with Cornelis Networks’ commitment to developing an Ethernet-based, open, interoperable, high-performance, full-communications stack architecture, specifically designed to meet the demands of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and High-Performance Computing (HPC) workloads.

As AI workloads continue to evolve, their performance and scaling requirements are pushing the boundaries of traditional Ethernet-based approaches. This trend is driving a growing demand for an open, interoperable alternative that can effectively address these unique challenges. Cornelis Networks, with its deep expertise in high-performance networking and a broad base of relevant technologies, is well-positioned to make a significant contribution to the development of this next-generation architecture within the UEC framework.

Phil Murphy, CEO and co-founder of Cornelis Networks, expressed his enthusiasm about the company’s new partnership. “The Cornelis Networks team has a long history of advancing the state of the art in high-performance interconnects,” said Murphy. “We look forward to continuing that innovation, in collaboration with the other members of the consortium, to deliver the open, interoperable solutions that meet the demands of future AI and HPC workloads.”

In the rapidly evolving technology landscape, collaboration is increasingly becoming the cornerstone of innovation. By joining the UEC, Cornelis Networks is solidifying its commitment to contribute its unique capabilities towards the shared goal of advancing high-performance interconnects. The consortium, through open collaboration, leverages the collective expertise of its members to set new standards for interoperability and performance. This collaborative approach is expected to drive the development of transformative solutions that will redefine the future of AI and HPC workloads.

The addition of Cornelis Networks to the UEC signifies a strategic alliance that will bolster the consortium’s efforts in developing a high-performance, full-communications stack architecture. With Cornelis Networks’ track record of innovation and its commitment to open, interoperable solutions, the UEC is poised to address the evolving demands of AI and HPC workloads more effectively.

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