We discuss the Virtual Interface Architecture (VIA) which is intended to provide low latency, high bandwidth message-passing between user processes.
What does VIA stand for?
VIA stands for Virtual Interface Architecture
This definition appears frequently
See other definitions of VIA
We have 128 other meanings of VIA in our Acronym Attic
- Versatile Interface Adaptor
- Viacom Inc. (stock symbol)
- Viaduct (US Postal service standard street suffix)
- Vicenza Institute of Architecture (University of Florida)
- Video Image Analysis
- Video Industry Association
- Videotex Industry Association
- Vienna International Airport
- Viewable Image Area
- Virtual Infrastructure Access
- Virus Inactivating Agent
- Virus Information Alliance
- Vision Into Action
- Visual Immunoassay
- Visual Impact Assessment (environmental studies)
- Visual Information Access
- Visual Inspection with Acetic Acid (cancer screening)
- Visualization and Image Analysis
- Vlaanderen in Actie (Dutch: Flanders in Action)
- Voice Infrastructure and Applications (Cisco)
Samples in periodicals archive:
PARALLEL AND DISTRIBUTED PROGRAMMING ON TOP OF VIA, Yibing Wang, Department of Computer and Information Sciences, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL 35205 Virtual Interface Architecture (VIA) was proposed as a broad band networking solution for system area networks (SANs).
The Virtual Interface Architecture was designed to solve this critical problem.
That and what we call the VIA, virtual interface architecture, brings another level of interoperability, if we want to use that word, to being able to, again, share files.
By this development will enable NT William Fellows Another piece of Microsoft Corp's enterprise strategy fell into place yesterday with news that Windows 2000 is to be fitted with out-of-the-box support for Intel servers clustered with interconnects which support the VIA Virtual Interface Architecture.