Syntax TAS -vs- Sun Cascade
davecb at Canada.Sun.COM
Wed Nov 4 17:54:11 GMT 1998
I was wrong about Syntax's TAS: it's not the same code as
Sun is selling as ``Cascade'': it's actually an independant
implementation of SMB. This means it's not the AT&T code either,
which was derived from AS/U. Thererfor it's not affected
by the kaffuffle about NT source code.
They've a performance comparison on their web site, at
Sun's cascade is derived from AS/U...
The Sun white paper is at
Syntax has a performance comparison at
DISCLAIMER: I work for Sun. The above opinion is not
significantly affected by the sbus connector in my neck.
--dave (orville of borg) c-b
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