INP

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AcronymDefinition
INPInput
INPInstitut National Polytechnique (French: National Polytechnic Institute; various locations)
INPIndium Phosphide
INPIn Process
INPIntelligent Networking Pack (Hp)
INPInstytut Nauk Politycznych (Polish: Institute of Political Science)
INPIbm Network Processor
INPInstant Notification Payment
INPInput Port
INPInhibit Presentation
INPImpulse Noise Protection
INPIraqi National Police
INPIn-Network Programming (computing)
INPItatiaia National Park (Brazil)
INPInnovative Naval Prototype (US Navy)
INPInterim Number Portability
INPInfrastructure Needs Program (USAID)
INPIntroduction of New Products
INPIndependence National Park (Philadelphia, PA)
INPIf Not Possible
INPIreland Newfoundland Partnership
INPIrving National Park (Saint John, NB, Canada)
INPIntelligent Network Processor
INPInternet Nomenclator Project
INPInfrastructure National Partnership (UK)
INPInternet Nodal Processor
INPInternational News Photo
INPInfoscreen Networks Plc
INPInternational Network for Peace (anti-violence group)
INPInformation Needs Project
INPI'm Not Perfect
INPInternational Network Planning
INPIntegration Planner
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The IBM Packet Routing Switch, formerly code-named Prizma, and the IBM Network Processor, formerly Rainier, are the first two products in a range of next-generation network communication components which IBM is determined it will push into the merchant silicon channel ahead of rival products from MIPS and Intel.
This should be enough to at least match early IXP iterations in terms of bandwidth, while the complementary IBM Network Processor will match its 10 embedded and C programmable RISC "pico processors" against the six RISC cores of the IXP.