Infiniband, the next-generation interface for I/O devices, will embark on a major US tour this Spring, hitting Boston, Washington DC, New York and other major technology cities.
Announcing the tour at the Intel Developer's Forum in San Francisco, the Infiniband Trade Association will target a number of IT organisations deploying the technology when it finally hits the streets.
A number of vendors also demonstrated the technology at the forum.
Infiniband is an architecture and specification for data flow between processors and I/O devices that promises greater bandwidth and almost unlimited expandability in future computers.
It is finally expected to replace the existing Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) shared-bus approach used in most desktop computers and servers.
The tour will involve IT managers in in-depth tutorials on how to get the most out of the new technology when it is rolled out.
Intel, a member of the organisation that makes interconnects and host bus adapters for the technology, said that enterprises will be attracted to the I/O technology when enabled products finally start to ship from storage, switch and server manufacturers.
The tour is hoping to play upon Infiniband's support for multiple data protocols and far greater bandwidth.
"Infiniband supports multiple data types over the same wire instead of having to use priority lines," said Allyson Klein, marketing programme manager at Intel's enterprise platforms group.
She said enterprises that had already invested in other technologies, such as Fibre Channel, SCSI or Ethernet, could add Infiniband without having to get rid of their legacy I/O systems.
"It works alongside all other protocols," she said.
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