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  1. Small Tree Communications Announces Its Exclusive Intel Copper-Based Multiport Ethernet Adapters for Apple Macs

    September 20, 2004 by Joe DiBenedetto

    MINNEAPOLIS, MN, September 20, 2004—Small Tree Communications, a leading Mac network solutions provider, has announced that its proprietary Intel PRO/1000 MT Adapters for the Apple Mac platform and Mac OS X are now shipping.

    The Intel® PRO/1000 MT Server Adapters, coupled with Small Tree’s Mac OS X driver technology, are copper-based, gigabit Ethernet PCI server adapters featuring either 1, 2 or 4 independent ports bring the highest level of performance networking to the Apple Power Mac and Xserve. Small Tree Communications now provides a choice of three multiport copper gigabit solutions. (more…)


  2. Small Tree Communications Brings IEEE 802.3 Link Aggregation to the Apple Market, Enabling Enterprise Class Network Solutions

    April 15, 2004 by Joe DiBenedetto

    April 15, 2004 – Small Tree Communications announces the release of its IEEE 802.3ad Link Aggregation networking software for the Apple Power Mac and Xserve G4 and G5 computers. Link aggregation enables true enterprise class network solutions by bonding or trunking multiple Ethernet ports on a single computer into one virtual interface. This virtual interface provides higher bandwidth, higher availability, and more efficient utilization of the physical links than is otherwise possible. Small Tree Communications is the first and only company providing this technology for Apple computers. (more…)


  3. First Ever Multiport Fiber Optic Ethernet Adapters for Apple Mac Computers Exclusively from Small Tree Communications

    April 11, 2004 by Joe DiBenedetto

    August 11, 2004 – Small Tree Communications announces the availability of the only fiber optic based gigabit Ethernet PCI adapters for the Apple Mac platform and Mac OS X. The Intel PRO/1000 MF Server Adapters coupled with Small Tree’s Mac OS X driver technology feature either 1, 2 or 4 independent ports and bring fiber optic networking to the Apple Power Mac and Xserve. Small Tree Communications is the first and only company ever to offer multiport fiber optic Ethernet adapters to the Apple market. (more…)


  4. Small Tree Communications Offers Dual and Quad Port Gigabit Ethernet Cards for Apple G4/G5 Systems, Windows and Linux

    March 22, 2004 by Joe DiBenedetto

    March 22, 2004 – Small Tree Communications, the number one provider of high performance networking solutions for Apple OS X platforms, announced today that it is expanding the availability of their “Dual Connect” and “Quad Connect” Multiport Gigabit Ethernet adapters to include the Apple Power Mac G4 and Xserve G4, as well as Windows and Linux PC systems. This expands the list of supported platforms from the Apple Power Mac G5 and Xserve G5 when the cards were first introduced at Macworld in January to now include all major Apple and PC systems. “We are pleased to be able to offer our high end networking solutions to a broader audience, particularly to our customers who have a mixed platform environment,” says company president Corky Seeber. “For the first time, customers now have a single source for multiport gigabit network adapters for all three major operating systems.” (more…)


  5. Small Tree Communications Announces the First Dual and Quad Port Gigabit Ethernet Cards for the Power Mac G5 and G5 Xserve

    January 20, 2004 by Joe DiBenedetto

    January 20, 2004 – Small Tree Communications announces the immediate availability of the first dual and quad port gigabit Ethernet cards for the Apple Power Mac G5 and Apple G5 Xserve computers. These cards, first demonstrated at the MacWorld trade show in early January, allow increased network connectivity by providing two or four independent gigabit Ethernet ports on each card, conserving PCI slots for other uses. The cards provide an immediate performance gain over the Power Mac G5′s internal Ethernet port through the use of jumbo frames. The multiport cards utilize Category 5 UTP copper wiring which preserves the customer’s existing investment in cabling. These cards are fully compatibility with existing 10/100 megabit Ethernet products to provide complete connectivity. They also work seamlessly with Small Tree Communications’ IEEE 802.3ad Link Aggregation software which provides automatic load balancing and fail over of network traffic. Small Tree Communications is the first and only company to supply dual and quad port gigabit Ethernet cards for the Apple market. (more…)