back to article Infiniband Association adds control freakery to Volume 1 spec

The InifiniBand Trade Association (IBTA) hopes to ward off the risk of an Ethernet invasion in the ranks of HPC users with a renewed focus on manageability and visibility. Such features have just appeared in release 1.3 of the Volume 1 standard. The IBTA's Bill Lee told The Register that as HPC clusters grow, “you want to be …

  1. frank ly

    Other possibilities?

    “being able to query the cables – to find out whether they're passive copper or active fibre – ..."

    What if they're active copper or passive fibre?

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