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Dell invests in InfiniBand company

Dell Computer's venture arm has invested in Lane15, a company creating software that controls the coming InfiniBand communication system. InfiniBand is expected to reshape how servers and storage devices are connected in years to come, with the first products using the standard scheduled to start shipping later this year. Intel and Compaq also have invested in Lane15, based in Austin, Texas. Meanwhile, 45 companies plan to gather in Milpitas, Calif., for a "plugfest" to try to make sure their InfiniBand products work together.

Dell Computer's venture arm has invested in Lane15, a company creating software that controls the coming InfiniBand communication system. InfiniBand is expected to reshape how servers and storage devices are connected in years to come, with the first products using the standard scheduled to start shipping later this year. Intel and Compaq also have invested in Lane15, based in Austin, Texas.

Meanwhile, 45 companies plan to gather in Milpitas, Calif., for a "plugfest" to try to make sure their InfiniBand products work together.