RDMA: The Future of High-Speed Fabric Interconnects

In 1999, a proposal for next-generation I/O was introduced by ®, Microsoft® and Sun Microsystems® (now Oracle®). The collective goal was to define an optimal server and storage architecture. The resulting specification, known as System I/O, was released in October 2000. Today, this is known as . This white paper will explore the merits of this architecture as well as methods of optimizing its use.

Key applications for rugged CPUs with high speed performance I/O include land vehicles, UAVs, , synthetic aperture RADAR (SAR), , and image fusion, as well as targeting and tracking applications

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