Integrators’ List Program
The IBTA Integrators’ List program is designed to support data center managers, CIOs and other IT decision makers with their planned deployment of InfiniBand and RoCE solutions in both small clusters and large-scale clusters of 1,000 nodes or more.
This world-class program is based on intensive testing procedures that establish compliance to the specification and real-world interoperability to deliver a robust ecosystem of InfiniBand and RoCE products to the industry. The interoperability testing uses the Open MPI test suite. The program produces two lists, the InfiniBand Integrators’ List and the RoCE Interoperability List, which are refreshed twice a year.
The InfiniBand Integrators’ List is comprised of Host Channel Adapters (HCAs), switches, SCSI Remote Protocol (SRP) targets and cables. The RoCE Interoperability List features 10, 25, 40, 50 and 100 GbE RNICs, switches and SFP28, QSFP and QSFP28 cables.
The lists feature:
- Hundreds of products tested and accepted by the IBTA as being compliant with the InfiniBand architecture specification, which also defines RoCE.
- New products added every spring and fall following IBTA-sponsored Plugfests.
Access the latest InfiniBand Integrators’ List: Plugfest #32 – October 2017 Combined Cable and Device Integrators’ List
Access the latest RoCE Interoperability List: Plugfest #32 – October 2017 RoCE Interoperability List
IBTA Members interested in featuring products on the lists can receive access to a special marketing program and logos which may be used in promotional materials and affixed to their cables and devices. To learn more, visit the IBTA Logo / Licensing page in the members-only area.
Disclaimer: The InfiniBand Trade Association disclaims all warranties and liabilities for the use of any product listed in this document and assumes no responsibility for any errors that appear in this document nor for the compliance testing performed for any of the listed products
For additional information about the IBTA Integrators’ List Program, reference the resources below:
Methods of Implementation (MOI) – Developed by the CIWG and Test Equipment vendors for use at IBTA Plugfests