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2003-03-14 NEC expands silicon platform for high speed interfaces
NEC Electronics has expanded its 0.15?m Instant Silicon Solution Platform with the addition of two new base arrays and a 3.125Gbps serdes.
2004-06-17 NEC blade server with Intel Itanium 2 processor
NEC released a new blade server that contains up to two Intel Itanium 2 Processors in a single blade.
2002-05-02 NEC adds L2 cache, DRAM controller to Vr processor
NEC Corp. has taken the wraps off a MIPS-based 64-bit embedded processor that integrates Level 2 cache and a DRAM controller, both equipped with error-correction coding features.
2003-08-21 Nanowire approach to supercomputing touted at Hot Chips
Developers mapped out four routes to supercomputing - including one based on experimental work in nanotechnology - in the opening sessions of the annual Hot Chips conference.
2003-07-02 Mysticom transceiver provides increased performance
Mysticom has announced the availability of its MY3124, a XAUI-to-XAUI retiming transceiver that features dual 10GbE serial interfaces.
2004-06-04 Mysticom adds transceivers for enterprise networking apps
Mysticom releaseed its LX-4 optical transceiver and CX4 copper transceiver designed to bring 10Gb connectivity in enterprise networking designs.
2008-11-05 Motherboards welcome 10GbE
Two chipmakers have collaborated to develop what they claim as the first chip to produce 10Gbit Ethernet over copper to server motherboards.
2002-01-04 Molex SFP connector system supports 2Gbps data rates
The company's high-speed, high-density small form-factor pluggable (SFP) connector and cages are employed to interface copper or fiber-optic pluggable transceivers and cable assemblies to host equipment.
2004-07-12 Molex delivers high-speed connector system for backplane
Molex's new GbX connector system delivers speeds from 6Gbps to 10Gbps while providing high-density with up to 69 real differential pairs per linear inch.
2002-06-21 Methode ships SFP EMI shield
Methode Electronics Inc.'s dataMate Products division has announced the release of the SFP EMI Cage that minimizes EMI radiation leakage in both copper and optical SFP transceivers.
2008-09-10 Meritec and Cinch's NX+ touts enhanced performance
Meritec and Cinch introduce the NX+, their new PCB SMT receptacle connector offering 20Gbit/s per lane performance (80Gbit/s for entire 4x connector), which meets the footprint and associated performance requirements of the newly released SFF-8473 specification and its originating SFF-8470 specification.
2014-03-05 Memory sharing facilitates network interconnection
A3Cube, with its RONNIEE network interface, takes on an architectural approach to improve communication across devices using available memory.
2005-03-22 LSI Logic ASIC aids developers
LSI Logic's new RapidChip Xtreme2 family of Platform ASICs promises to provide the necessary resources for developers to tackle the demanding high-speed serial apps.
2005-08-01 Low-latency interconnect delivers value
HyperTransport technology is well-positioned for continued growth over the next five to 10 years.
2006-11-06 Low-capacitance protection devices support HDMI 1.3
Semtech claims its two new 5V protection devices are the first solid-state devices to reach 0.3pF in capacitance to meet the needs of HDMI 1.3 and other high-speed data lines.
2004-09-01 Logic analysis probe serves Pentium 4 designers
Agilent now has a logic analysis probe for folks designing-in Intel Pentium 4 microprocessors in 775-land packages.
2007-06-01 Let software catch up with silicon
By simplifying the way we do things, we allow the software to catch up with advances in silicon, making teraflops on the desktop a feasible and useful technical accomplishment.
2003-07-03 LeCroy oscilloscope, SDA feature 20GSps sampling rates
The 8620A oscilloscope and SDA6020 serial data analyzer (SDA) from LeCroy Corp. are based on the company's WaveMaster digital oscilloscope platform and has a real-time sampling rate of 20GSps per channel.
2002-10-24 Lattice FPGA integrates 3.7Gbps serdes transceiver
Lattice Semiconductor Corp. has rolled out two FPGAs and one switching device that integrate a serdes transceiver.
2013-01-29 Kotura taps CMOS foundry for 100G photonics chips
Kotura is in the early stages of the R&D process with its unnamed CMOS foundry partner and will be ready to sample its product by late 2013.
2011-06-23 Japan's K computer is world's fastest at 8petaflops
Powered by 68,544 Sparc-based processors, Japan's K Computer clocks in at over 8petaflops, consumes the most raw power at 9.89MW and is the fourth most energy-efficient system at 825Mflops/W.
2013-02-14 Is the demise of high-speed I/O near?
High-speed serial interfaces featuring equalisation may be the norm in the future, and high levels of SoC integration may no longer be the best solution.
2012-08-27 Interconnects enter Intel, ARM server battle
Recent developments in interconnect technology could prove useful for various chip-to-chip uses such as high-speed networking and future stable memory interfaces.
2013-04-23 Interconnect sol'n offers cloud scalability, high ROI
The ConnectX-3 Pro Adapter from Mellanox boasts hardware offload support for VXLAN and NVGRE, and enables cloud providers to build large-scale infrastructures with lower CPU overhead.
2015-11-18 Intel shifts from HPCs to scalable system framework
With SSF, Intel aims to scale the future of supercomputing with every level of computing, to create an ecosystem of hardware and software suppliers that can serve all systems.
2007-06-29 Intel rolls out cables, spec for clusters
Intel has developed a new class of optical cables and system specification geared towards boosting the growth of computer clusters.
2003-04-23 Intel launches I/O interconnect labs in Beijing
Intel has announced the formation of I/O Interconnect Labs to allow the testing of next-gen interconnect technologies.
2002-08-29 Intel forming home networking industry group
Intel Corp. will announce the details of a cross-industry working group on home networking at the Intel Developer Forum next month.
2003-11-24 Intel commits $36M to supercomputer R&D
Intel announced during the Supercomputing 2003 conference that it will spend $36M over the next few years on R&D to fuel use of its Pentium and Itanium processors.
2012-06-21 Intel chips run 45 supercomputers
Intel has announced that its Intel Xeon processor E5 product family is being used in 74 percent of all the supercomputer systems worldwide.
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