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HIPPI

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HiPPI

(HIgh Performance Parallel Interface) An ANSI-standard high-speed communications channel that uses a 32-bit or 64-bit cable and transmits at 100 or 200 Mbytes/sec. It is used as a point-to-point supercomputer channel or, with a crosspoint switch, as a high-speed LAN.
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"Our expertise in both HIPPI and Fibre Channel technology, plus our relationships with the major computer and storage vendors, make us a unique solution provider for the network attached storage community," remarked Chris Good, GENROCO executive vice-president and chief technical officer.
HIPPI is a dual simplex, point-to-point interfacing technology which operates bi-directionally at an aggregate of 1600 megabits (200 megabytes) per second.
The Distributed Computing team will also evaluate next-generation desktop LAN technologies, such as Gigabit Ethernet, to determine whether they should replace current ATM and HiPPI LAN backbones.
The LCSE simulation used two 64-processor systems at the NCSA interconnected by 100 MB/sec HIPPI channels.
Topics here include companies, conference listings and Internet conference calendar, media, organizations, programs and projects, standards (including direct links to sections on ATM, Ethernet, FDDI, Fibre Channel, HIPPI, IEEE 1394, ISDN, SCI, SCSI, SMDS, and SONET), and Usenet groups and FAQs.
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A new high-performance parallel interface, HIPPI, operates at 800 megabits/sec.
By then the HiPPI standard supported by NSC, Ultranet, and others should have wide acceptance in the market."
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The systems are inter-connected through network interfaces such as Ethernet, HiPPI, or ATM.