IOD

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IODInstitute of Directors
IODInformation on Demand
IODInternational One Design (sailing)
IODInfrastructure on Demand (various organizations)
IODInput Output Descriptor
IODInstall on Demand
IODin Order Delivery
IODInput Output Device
IODIntimation of Disapproval (real estate permit; India)
IODIn-Order Delivery (computing)
IODInstitute on Disability (University of New Hampshire)
IODIndian Ocean Dipole (climate mode)
IODIntegrative Oceanography Division (La Jolla, CA)
IODInformation Object Definition
IODInternational Organizations Division (US CIA)
IODInjured on Duty
IODIntegrated Optical Density
IODInvestigative Operations Division (US DOJ)
IODIssue Of Data
IODIron Overload Diseases
IODIdentified Outward Dialing
IODInstall on Demand (Microsoft)
IODInput/Output Device
IODIgnition Off-Draw (automotive)
IODImage Online Design, Inc.
IODIndex of Deprivation
IODIrrevocable Offer of Dedication
IODImage on Demand
IODIsle of Dawn (gaming)
IODInstitute of Dubbology (music booking agency; Italy)
IODIndex of Distribution
IODIntelligent Output Driver (Adiabatic Logic Ltd)
IODIsle of Dread (gaming)
IODImages of Disability (UK)
IODInternational Operations Division
IODInsurance on Demand
IODInstitute of Diving
IODInnovate or Die (business competition)
IODInformation of Delivery
IODInterest on Deposit
IODIntegrated Observation Device
IODInsurance Operations Department (PBGC)
IODInitialing Outfitting Directive
IODInternational Order of DeMolay
IODIntercompany Operations Director
IODInstitute of Organizational Development (Florida)
IODInstallation of Officers Dinner
IODInteractive Organizational Directory
IODIllustrated Oxford Dictionary
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However, a key issue that may limit the use of low bandwidth connections is something commonly known as "I/O ordering." This issue occurs when data is transmitted over any type of IP connection, since IP does not guarantee in-order delivery of each I/O.
When you go beyond the boundaries of the data center into the local and wide area network, you are necessarily back in the world of TCP/IP and more complex protocol because you can no longer rely on the transport itself, the physical media, to have the characteristics that VI architecture requires, namely reliable, in-order delivery.