IBM, Hewlett-Packard and Compaq formalised their split with Intel over the future of the PC server architecture last week by joining Adaptec to form the Future I/O Forum. The four companies are working on a Future I/O input/output specification for Intel-based PC servers that will be presented at the Server I/O conference in California next month Intel announced the formation of its Next Generation Input Output (NGIO) Industry Forum, which includes Dell, Sun, Hitachi, NEC and Siemens, to develop the NGIO specification, which was first proposed by it last November.
The first NGIO systems are expected to hit the market in 2000.
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