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PRNewswire: Dolphin Announces an Open Sourced High Performance Interconnect Driver for Linux

Mar 25, 2000, 00:32 (1 Talkback[s])

"Dolphin Interconnect Solutions, a developer and manufacturer of high speed and low latency interconnect cards, for UNIX, Windows NT, Windows 2000 and NetWare servers, has introduced an open sourced Linux driver for its high performance interconnect cards."

"Dolphin's IEEE 1596-1992 standard-based Scaleable Coherent Interface (SCI) cards offer users high-performance interconnect solutions for clustering SUN and Intel based workstations, including SMP systems. SCI cards are also used in connecting clusters of servers for parallel processing, distributed database and high-availability applications."

"The IRM and SISCI drivers are written as kernel modules that can be dynamically installed and uninstalled. Dolphin SCI technology enables various cluster topologies, including ring, star, or 2D-Mesh."

Press release.