The Adaptec 29320LPE Ultra320 SCSI HBA claims to offer seamless backward compatibility between previous-generation SCSI devices and the new PCIe host bus interface.
What does HBI stand for?
HBI stands for Host Bus Interface (computing)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 68 other meanings of HBI in our Acronym Attic
- Heartless Bitches International
- Higher Balance Institute (various locations)
- Historically Black Institution
- Ho Bee Investment (real estate; Singapore)
- Hokkaido Bible Institute (Hokkaido, Japan)
- Home Bancshares, Inc. (Arkansas and Florida)
- Home Builders Institute
- Home Business Institute
- Horizon Business Insight (software system)
- Horizontal Blanking Interval (television)
- Hostess Brands, Inc. (various locations)
- Hot Beef Injection (band)
- Hot Briquetted Iron (plant or facility)
- Hubbard Broadcasting Inc.
- Human-Building Interaction
- Hairdressing Beauty Industry Association
- Healthy Building Institute of America (North Lawrence, OH)
- Historic Building Inspectors Association
- Hot Briquetted Iron Association (Matthews, NC)
- Humarock Beach Improvement Association (Humarock, MA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The adapter cards support PCI-express host bus interface and are based on the 10GBASE-T (IEEE 802.
All adapters feature a PCI Express 8 lane host bus interface and dual XAUI 10GbE ports, and support all major operating systems including Microsoft, Linux, FreeBSD and Solaris.
A dual host bus interface provides direct access to the MPC860 or MPC8260 bus and to any PCI host system.
0 host interface, doubling the host bus interface bandwidth - full duplex 2.
The new products include the first Unified Wire adapter based on the PCI Express Gen 2 8x host bus interface and both single-port and dual-port adapters based on the 10GBASE-T standard.
Data center demands for higher computing power, networking bandwidth and support for virtualization applications are driving system requirements for improved host bus interface and RAID performance.
0 compliant, providing 6Gb/s storage throughput and 5Gb/s host bus interface bandwidth, enabling new levels of system performance, power management, and virtualization capabilities.