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Emulex and Sagitta Partner At IBC Show to Demonstrate Advantages of Fibre Channel Sans in Video Editing
Emulex LP8000 Fibre Channel Host Adapters Provide Highest Levels of Throughput and Reliability for Bandwidth Hungry Video Editing and Production Applications
COSTA MESA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sept. 8, 2000-- Emulex Corp. (Nasdaq:EMLX - news) the world`s largest supplier of Fibre Channel host adapters, Friday announced that it is partnering with Sagitta Performance Systems, a leading Storage Area Networking (SAN) solutions provider to demonstrate a wide range of video applications at the IBC show (Hall 2, Stand 238) in Amsterdam this week.

The Emulex LP8000 host adapter will be used to provide connectivity to more than 20 servers and workstations in a multi-stand demo dubbed ``SAN City.`` Applications to be showcased in the demo include non-linear editing, DVD authoring, MPEG encoding and decoding, and media asset management.

``Emulex host adapters are widely recognized as the leading solution for this market,`` said Andy Norman, managing director with Sagitta. ``The Emulex LP8000 provides the high levels of connectivity, robustness and performance that the broadcast market demands. We are pleased to be able to show the wide range of possible applications in our SAN City Demo at IBC.``

``Sagitta is one of the leading solutions providers in the European audio/video market,`` said Alan Wallman, senior director European operations for Emulex Corp. ``Sagitta`s technical knowledge and experience, combined with the market leading performance and reliability of the Emulex Fibre Channel host adapters provides audio/video customers in Europe with a powerful advantage.``

Demonstration areas at the show include the Sagitta Stand (Hall 2, Stand 238) as well as the Sony, IBM, Digital Vision, and Lightworks stands.

Emulex LightPulse Host Adapters and Hubs

Emulex has a broad family of Fibre Channel products designed to address the needs of mission-critical enterprise applications. The market-leading LP8000 host adapter delivers world-class performance and unmatched interoperability for loop and switched SANs. This 64-bit PCI-based adapter provides a unique combination of features, including:

full fabric support using F_Port and FL_Port connections
hardware context cache for superior fabric performance
support for multiple protocols (SCSI, IP, SB-2 and VI)
high data integrity
full-duplex data transfers for up to 200MB/s bandwidth
The LP8000 also features data buffering to support up to 100km cabling, support for all fibre channel topologies, and support for multiple service classes (2 and 3). The LP8000 provides customers with flexibility to support a full range of cabling options, including copper, multi-mode fiber or single-mode fiber.

The LP8000 is supported by a rich suite of software, providing support for storage protocol (SCSI), network protocol (IP), as well as multi-protocol (SCSI & IP) operation, enabling advanced SAN and network applications. Emulex provides a wide range of operating system support, including Windows 2000 and Windows NT, Solaris, AIX, Linux and NetWare.

The LH5000 digital hub provides a total of 10 Fibre Channel compliant ports, in one half the width of a standard 1-u high 19`` rack enclosure, the highest density managed hub to date. Placing two units side by side on the optional rack mounting kit, it is possible to provide 20 fibre channel ports with management in a standard 1-u rack slot.

The LH5000 is available in two configurable versions. An 8 port standard GBIC version which provides the ability to field configure or replace physical media through the use of 8 ports on the front panel and two additional copper DB9 connections on the rear panel. And a 10 port copper version which replaces the GBIC ports with standard DB9 connectors. Both versions also supply ethernet and serial management ports on the front panel.

The LP8000 and LH5000 are part of a broad family of Fibre Channel products offered by Emulex to address the needs of both mission-critical enterprise applications and open systems computing. The Emulex Fibre Channel family also includes our PCI-based 64-bit, 66 MHz LP9000 and LP950 host adapters, the recently announced LP8000DC (dual channel) and LP7000E high-performance adapters, the open-server LP850 host adapters, the new 2Gb/s LP9002 host adapter family, and the S-Bus based LP8000S host adapter.

About Emulex

Emulex Corp. is a leading designer, developer and supplier of a broad line of Fibre Channel host adapters, hubs, ASICs and software products that provide connectivity solutions for Fibre Channel storage area networks (SAN). The company`s products are based on internally developed ASIC technology, and are deployable across a variety of SAN configurations and operating systems, enhancing data flow between computers and peripherals.

Emulex`s products offer customers the unique combination of critical reliability, scalability, and high performance, and can be customized for mission-critical server and storage system applications. Emulex products have been selected by the world`s leading server and storage providers, including Compaq, EMC, Fujitsu-Siemens, Groupe Bull, Hewlett-Packard, Hitachi Data Systems, IBM, NEC, and Unisys.

In addition, Emulex includes industry leaders Brocade, Intel, McData, Microsoft, Legato, and Veritas among its strategic partners.

Emulex markets to OEMs and end users through its own worldwide selling organization, as well as two-tier distribution partners. Corporate headquarters are located in Costa Mesa. News releases and other information about Emulex Corp. are available via the Internet at www.emulex.com

EMULEX -- the fibre channel company

This news release refers to various products and companies by their trade names. In most, if not all, cases these designations are claimed as trademarks or registered trademarks by their respective companies.


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