January 29, 2015
EmTech Singapore: Conquering challenges on Earth ... and beyond
Obsidian Strategics plays its part to enable innovations and solutions to better track, analyse and plan cities.
November 14, 2011
Evaluation of InfiniBand range extension offered by Obsidian
Based on the results of the evaluation, the Swiss National Supercomputing Centre decided to deploy the Obsidian InfiniBand Range Extender C103 Series for the migration of user data from the current location in Manno to the new center in Lugano-Cornaredo.
March 24, 2011
Filesystem performance evaluation of Obsidian Longbow routers
... hardware encryption did not impose noticeable effects on the throughput
January, 2011
TGen's new link to ASU supercomputer is nation's fastest
Cox Business LightWave Service connection, enhanced by Obsidian Strategics military technology, accelerates analysis of disease research
March 17, 2010
Award-winning "Large Data" program enters Transition Phase
Obsidian's Longbow X100 and C100 devices are critical enablers of the US Government's "Large Data" Joint Capabilities Technology Demonstration (JCTD) program, which has met and exceeded its operational requirements during its extended four-year Evaluation Phase. The JCTD has now progressed to its Transition Phase, as explained in this document delivered by the program's Technical Manager from the Naval Research Laboratory.
October 31, 2006
Success Stories: Obsidian Research Corporation
Obsidian Research Corporation is off to a running start in expanding the distances over which supercomputers and computer clusters exchange information at break-neck speeds.
July 26, 2006
Long Haul InfiniBand Technology: Implications for Cluster Computing
The Obsidian Longbow offers an effective high-bandwidth, low latency method of linking InfiniBand networks over long haul networks.
January 13, 2006
Is InfiniBand poised for a comeback? (Part 2)
Obsidian has developed a 2-port, 1U box called Longbow XR that encapsulates InfiniBand traffic in a variety of WAN links. In one demonstration, it linked remote clusters over OC192c SONET networks at up to 6,500km.
November 14, 2005
InfiniBand makes a comeback
Obsidian Research Corp., based in Canada, is working on fixing this problem. The startup's two-port, 1U box called the Longbow XR, encapsulates InfiniBand traffic in a variety of WAN links. The technology promises to link large clusters across geographic distances over existing networks. It's one to watch, analysts say.
November 11, 2005
Obsidian Extends InfiniBand
A tiny Canadian startup has launched itself out of a storage company and grabbed a couple of contracts with the U.S. government to develop long-range InfiniBand.
November 10, 2005
High-Speed Links Head for Mainstream
... at least one startup, Obsidian Research, will claim a breakthrough in extending InfiniBand technology to support data replication on WANs.