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August 17, 2012
CARY, NC, Aug. 16 -- The Lorom Group, a manufacturing industry leader in global cable connectivity and OEM product solutions, today announced its membership in the InfiniBand Trade Association (IBTA), and its active involvement in the IBTA's Electromechanical (EWG) and Compliance and Interoperability Working (CIWG) Groups. LOROM has also joined the High Speed Electrical group under the EWG in order to participate in the on-going development of the InfiniBand specification and plans to attend the IBTA PlugFest verification events.
LOROM's membership in the IBTA underscores its commitment to advancing computing standards and is an essential component of LOROM's E-MAXX™ InfiniBand-based, high speed data center cable solutions. LOROM is a strong proponent of world-class industry standardization to ease deployment of solutions and to deliver state-of-the-art performance to its customers. As an IBTA member, LOROM will be joining more than forty of the world's leading IT vendors, all actively contributing to the advancement of the InfiniBand specification.
"Joining the InfiniBand Trade Association helps ensure that LOROM remains at the forefront of InfiniBand standards-compliance as technologies develop and advance," stated Jay Diepenbrock, VP of Engineering, High Speed for The LOROM Group. "Additionally, we are confident that LOROM's unique experience with development of our high bandwidth I/O E-MAXX solutions, our manufacturing expertise and unmatched signal integrity work will be an asset to on-going development of the InfiniBand standards."
With over 12,000 employees LOROM worldwide manufactures cabling and connectivity solutions in markets including industrial, enterprise, transportation, infrastructure, and consumer electronics. LOROM has manufacturing Facilities in Asia and North America. For more information, visitwww.lorom.com.
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