SuperHIPPI turns on power

Von Schweber, Erick; Von Schweber, Linda
January 1998
PC Week;01/26/98, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p85
Trade Publication
Discusses HIPPI-6400 technology, also known as SuperHIPPI (High Performance Parallel Interface), that offers far more bandwidth than other transmission technologies. HIPPI-6400 being an ANSI standard for gigabyte-per-second networking especially suited for clustering high-performance computers and storage units while delivering very high bandwidth and very low latencies.


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