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SBoIP vs SBPort

Postby fbifido » Sat Sep 14, 2013 4:56 am


Technical questions:

1) System Bus over IP created by Pano Logic (SBoIP) vs System Bus Port (SBP) who is faster
2) is it possible to connect 2 or more servers or pc system bus to each other?
3) What is the fastest a server System Bus can run at ? it it the FSB?
4) Does anyone know of any hardware that allow a pc to connect to another pc using the system bus?

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Re: SBoIP vs SBPort

Postby anton (staff) » Sat Sep 14, 2013 2:10 pm

With your post you made me feel like an idiot. As I've never heard about the things you're talking about now :)
After some research... Well... With Pano Logic being out of business and information about "system bus over ... " being sparese to say at least I don't think the time will come.
Honestly the thing has nothing to do with StarWind and SCSI-over-Xxx and ATA-over-Xxx either way.
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