optimizing a cad/cam application

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Oct 27th, 2008

We have rolled out the 512 wae's to the edges and 7326 wae's to the core and having an issue with a cad/cam app as it's very slow...Does anybody have any experience with "taming" a cad/cam app in the wae's?


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htarra Sun, 11/02/2008 - 17:33

If the files are accessed using a CIFS share, or via NFSv2 (neither sound like they are the case, but CAD/CAM applications typically involve accessing a file share), we can provide latency reduction, caching, and protocol optimizations, which dramatically increase performance of accessing packages and files contained within packages without compromising coherency. DRE will minimize the transfer of repeated chunks of TCP data and should be very effective with CAD/CAM files as they are uncompressed and contain repeatable sequences.


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