Hausauer will also illustrate how iWARP-enabled Ethernet improves system performance while utilizing Microsoft's Remote Direct Memory Access
Application Program Interface (RDMA APIs.
SAN FRANCISCO -- The OpenFabrics Alliance (formerly OpenIB Alliance), an industry group that develops open-source software for InfiniBand and Remote Direct Memory Access
(RDMA) over Ethernet technologies (iWARP), today announced an OpenFabrics Workshop in Paris June 22-23, 2006 at Hotel Le Meridien Montparnasse.
In Blackfin, Innov-X found all the features it was looking for on a single chip: a high-speed parallel peripheral interface (PPI); direct memory access
(DMA) controllers to transfer high-speed data to on-chip memory; general purpose I/O (GPIO) pins to communicate with its I(2)C bus (a control bus that provides the communications link between integrated circuits); a universal asynchronous receiver/transmitter (UART) port to interface with peripherals; and several timers, including a watchdog timer.
Attendees will also learn about the usage of mainstream open source software stacks that leverage the benefits of Remote Direct Memory Access
(RDMA) architectures across Linux and Windows.
and Universal Network Machines today announced that they have joined forces in the OpenRDMA project to support the open source software for Remote Direct Memory Access
(RDMA) over TCP/IP and Ethernet networks.
The devices complement the emerging low-latency Ethernet endpoints, which incorporate technologies such as TCP offload engines (ToE) and remote direct memory access
(RDMA) to improve the performance of, and minimize the burden on, the hosts in the system.