SEMINAR ON HYPER TRANSPORT TECHNOLOGY : This is the image of AMD's Hyper Transport ™, a new I / O architecture of personal computers, workstations, servers, powerful networking and communication systems and embedded applications. This scalable architecture can provide the bandwidth is significantly increased over existing bus architectures and can simplify the in-the-box connectivity by replacing legacy buses and bridges. programming model used in HyperTransport technology is compatible with existing models and requires little or no modification to the existing operating system and driver software
It provides a universal connection designed to reduce the number of buses in the system. It is designed to allow chips inside of PCs and networks and communications devices to communicate with each other up to 48 times faster than existing technologies. HyperTransport technology is truly the universal solution for connectivity in-the-box.
*This is a new I / O architecture for personal computers, workstations, servers, embedded applications, etc.
* This is a scalable architecture can provide significantly increased.
bandwidth over existing bus architectures.
* It simplifies the connection to the box by replacing the old buses and bridges.
* The programming model used in the Hyper transport is compatible with existing models and requires little or no change in operating system and existing software driver.
Hyper Transport technology provides a high speed, while maintaining full software and operating system compatibility with the Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) interface, which is used in most systems today. Parents multi-drop bus architectures such as PCI, the addition of material contributes to the overall electrical characteristics and the bandwidth of the whole line. Although PCI-x1.0, the largest supported 133 MHz clock must be reduced if more than one PCI-X is attached. HyperTransport technology uses point-to-point, which is connected between two devices, so that the overall speed link to transfer data faster
Not the Kerberos Network Computing Environment

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