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Updated: July 8th, 2008 05:26 PM CDT

Liquid Computing Selects Neterion Ethernet Adapter

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LiquidIQ's performance functionality is a direct result of thecombination of its IDS technology. The IQInterconnect(TM) and associated I/OModules can be provisioned to achieve a range of I/O bandwidth that has thecapability to grow to 200 Gb/s per LiquidIQ chassis or 2.4 Tb/s of I/O acrossthe entire system. This bandwidth comes with built in quality of servicecontrol that guarantees the availability of I/O resources to specificapplications and processes.

About Liquid Computing

Liquid Computing Corporation is first to deliver a new class of computersystem called LiquidIQ(TM) to meet the needs of the High Performance Computingmarket. LiquidIQ is an Interconnect Driven Server that delivers a set ofmanaged computing and communications resources. It can be configured withsoftware commands into one or several cluster configurations, shared memory orcache coherent server regions at best life-cycle economics and uncompromisingperformance, scalability and availability. For more information visitwww.liquidcomputing.com.

About Neterion, Inc.

Founded in 2001, Neterion Inc. has locations in Cupertino, California and Ottawa , Canada . Neterion delivers 10 Gigabit Ethernet hardware & softwaresolutions that solve customers' high-end networking problems. The Xframe(R)line of products is based on Neterion-developed technologies that deliver newlevels of performance, availability and reliability in the datacenter. Xframe,Xframe II and Xframe E include full IPv4 and IPv6 support, and comprehensivestateless offloads that preserve the integrity of current TCP/IPimplementations without "breaking the stack." Xframe drivers are available forall major Operating Systems, including Microsoft Windows, Linux,Hewlett-Packard's HP-UX, IBM's AIX, Sun's Solaris and SGI's Irix. Neterion hasraised over $42M in funding with its latest C round taking place in June 2004 .Formerly known as S2io, the company changed its name to Neterion in January2005 . Further information on the company can be found athttp://www.neterion.com/.

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SOURCE LIQUID COMPUTING CORPORATION


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