IBM is one of a number of new additions to the HyperTransport consortium, which should come as no surprise to anyone that's been following the PowerPC 970. IBM's new 64-bit desktop chipsoon to be available in Apple's new Power Macs as the G5reportedly uses HyperTransport links.
IBM joins AMD, NVIDIA, VIA, and others as a part of the consortium, but IBM's "adaptor" membership prohibits the company from influencing future revisions of the specification.
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