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Intel opens I/O lab in Beijing

Intel said this week that it has formed an I/O Interconnect Lab in its Beijing research and development facility to test new input-out architectures such as Infiniband and later PCI Express, for future servers. The lab will be jointly created with Tomen, a Chinese computer distributor and developer. Intel's research and development facilities in China, primarily based in Beijing and Shanghai, are some of the company's largest. The labs have produced research on compilers for Itanium and speech-recognition software.