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Big-name companies have begun to side give up-and-coming PCI-X a boost over Dell's PCI Express for plugging network cards and other devices into servers.
PCI-SIG, the special interest group in charge of the ubiquitous PCI standard for plugging components such as network cards into computers, has elected new leaders from IBM and Microsoft, the group will announce Wednesday. Tony Pierce, technical evangelist for Microsoft's Hardware Strategy Group, is now chairman and vice president, while Al Yanes, a senior engineer for IBM's eServer Development Group, is president. Previously, Roger Tipley of Compaq Computer was chairman and president. The group also elected Lawrence Lamers from Adaptec to be a director. --Stephen Shankland, Special to ZDNet News
The chip giants are supporting two standards that could lead to a war over your computer's nervous system. But now diplomacy is coming into play
New 750CX and 750CXe chips should give Mac portables a performance boost and will consume very little power
The company's late-summer processor releases could make their way into a variety of embedded applications as well as the next wave of Apple PowerBooks
The two camps that have been battling over next-generation I/O architecture are joining forces to develop a unified switched fabric interconnect called System I/O.
LONDON -- Craig Barrett reckons the proposed PCI-X bus standard -- a potential successor to Intel's PCI standard -- is not, as is widely believed, an attempt to loosen Intel's grip on the computer industry. He believes instead that Dell is the target of the PCI-X consortium, made up of industry heavyweights, Compaq, IBM and HP.
Craig Barrett reckons the proposed PCI-X bus standard - a potential successor to Intel's PCI standard - is not, as is widely believed, an attempt to loosen Intel's grip on the computer industry. He believes instead that Dell is the target of the PCI-X consortium, made up of industry heavyweights, Compaq, IBM and HP.
IBM claims its latest Turbo ISA and standard PCI Token Ring cards are the fastest and most memory efficient yet.