I2O


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I2O

I2O

(Intelligent I/O) A standard for offloading input and output to an auxiliary processor. The auxiliary processor (I/O processor) manages the data transfer while the CPU does something else. Although I2O is being implemented in small systems, it embodies the principle behind mainframe channels, which can have several hundred data transfers occurring simultaneously.
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Suppose, for the sake of argument, that the abstract notion of basing a minimum US or Russian strategic nuclear deterrent on I2O targeting found resonance among defense planners in both states.
Would missile defenses complement or conflict with the objective of minimum deterrence through reductions in offensive nuclear forces, including the option of increased emphasis on I2O targeting?
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This implementation validates the I2O architecture as a server quality solution," stated David Fraser, vice president and general manager of Wind River's networking business unit.
RAID has always been one of the primary target market applications for I2O.
HP was a founding company of the I2O special interest group and has had significant input into the development of the specifications.
Itron will install i2Os innovative technology, which automatically and continuously optimizes water pressure according to consumption and day-to-day changes in flow.
i2Os technology plays a key role in managing precious water resources and reducing non-revenue water and associated energy costs, helping utilities realize efficiencies.
The business benefits achieved by i2Os clients include 20 to 40 percent reduction in leakage, bursts, operational costs and energy bills and a significant life extension of their asset.