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Intel preps improved data-exchange technology
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 2/22/2005 10:03:00 PM.

Intel will release new technology that improves data transfer between clients and server-based applications at its developer forum at the start of March.

Intel I/O Acceleration Technology (read a more in-depth explanation of the technology) is the latest addition to Intel's new strategy of adding features designed to improve ease-of-use rather than just focusing on small increases in raw performance.

Increasing the performance of its server chips certainly helps application performance, but a crucial bottleneck in how TCP/IP data was moving from clients to server applications was causing many IT managers to see smaller improvements in performance than they expected, said Stephen Chenoweth, a marketing manager with Intel's Digital Enterprise Group.

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