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Intel ships sample InfiniBand chips

Intel has produced its first prototype InfiniBand chips and sent them to customers for testing, the company announced. InfiniBand is a technology developed by IBM, Intel, Hewlett-Packard, Compaq Computer and others to improve the connections between a server's CPUs and peripherals such as storage systems or network cards. Customers with prototype chips include Compaq, IBM, QLogic and Adaptec. Intel has invested in several InfiniBand companies.

Intel has produced its first prototype InfiniBand chips and sent them to customers for testing, the company announced. InfiniBand is a technology developed by IBM, Intel, Hewlett-Packard, Compaq Computer and others to improve the connections between a server's CPUs and peripherals such as storage systems or network cards. Customers with prototype chips include Compaq, IBM, QLogic and Adaptec. Intel has invested in several InfiniBand companies.