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2002-02-26 AMCC rolls out terabit-class switch fabric for metro-carrier apps
The nPX8005 crossbar-based switch fabric is expected to provide the flexibility to scale linearly to terabit-range bandwidth for metro-carrier applications such as core switching
2002-03-14 Agere multi-terabit switch fabric targets metro and core networks
Agere Systems has announced the availability of its PI-40 protocol-independent multistage, multi-terabit switch fabric for high-performance metro and core infrastructure networks
2013-09-06 SiIP platform supports CEI standards up to 28Gb/s
The SBMULTC2T28HPM28G SiIP PHY from Semtech is targeted for the new generation of chips supporting emerging Exascale computing, Terabit networking and Petabyte storage markets.
2004-11-18 3Com targets Cisco with new line of switches
3Com has taken dead aim at market leader Cisco with the release of a new line of advanced switches available at lower prices than those offered by Cisco.
2002-01-04 Micrel chipsets support 28Mbps to 2.7Gbps operation
The AnyRate chipset family, which consists of the SY87721L CDR, SY87724L mux/demux, and the SY87729L AnyClock fractional-N synthesizer, operates at any rate and any protocol from 28Mbps to 2.7Gbps.
2012-08-22 New IEEE group to decide next-gen Ethernet standard
The IEEE 802.3 Industry Connections Higher Speed Ethernet Consensus group has been established to decide whether the next generation of Ethernet should be at 400 Gbit/sec or a Terabit/sec
2012-10-12 LSI, Calxeda receive licenses for ARM's on chip link
ARM's latest on chip link connects up to 32 cores and can deliver throughput in the range of a terabit/second
2009-09-29 Intel set to transform TV viewing
Intel chief technology officer Justin Rattner described how technology might personalize TV by adding social networking capabilities and extending viewing to 3D
2003-05-07 Broadcom transceiver adopted by Foundry Networks
Broadcom Corp.'s custom three-chip serial backplane transceiver chipset has been selected by Foundry Networks to be used on its next-generation Terabit-capacity enterprise switch and metro/service provider router architecture
2008-04-17 10Gbit FCoE drives data center convergence
The release of the first products for Fibre Channel over 10GbE fuels a broad industry drive to run networking, storage and clustering traffic over a single, mainstream pipe in tomorrow's data centers
2013-05-28 The era of Moore's law winding down, says Broadcom's CTO
Henry Samueli, Broadcom's chief technology officer, believes that once Moore's Law ends, standard CMOS silicon transistors will stop scaling around 5 nm and everything will plateau.
2012-07-20 Telecom giants push for 40 Gbit/s passive optical networks
The Full Service Access Network has narrowed down mored than a dozen proposals that call for the use of time and wavelength division multiplexed technology.
2003-11-06 Startup crafts 58-Gflops computer
On the eve of the Supercomputing Conference 2003, to be held Nov. 15-21 in Phoenix, startup OctigaBay Systems Corp. will introduce a high-performance computer that melds off-the-shelf X86 processors with internally developed high-speed interconnect and reconfigurable-computing subsystems.
2012-03-05 ST, Luxtera to expand silicon photonics market
The collaboration entails development of Luxtera's IP in silicon photonics in ST's 300mm fab in Crolles, France.
2011-03-11 OFC participants eagerly await 25G chips
Engineers are counting on multiple industry announcements of 25G chips in CMOS at the OFC, claiming these chips are a major industry trend that will bring about more efficient next-generation products.
2011-04-29 Multicore processor targets advanced communications processing
NetLogic Microsystems introduces the XLP864, a multicore, multithreaded processor, for advanced communications processing.
2002-07-16 It's show time for Infineon
Infineon's broadband optical IC is capable of providing one-stop-shopping capabilities for line-card access devices.
2002-06-07 Infineon rolls out 10GbE transceivers for LAN, WAN
Infineon Technologies AG has introduced the TenGiPHY-L and TenGiPHY-W 10GbE XAUI-to-serial transceivers to address the needs of the 10GbE LAN and WAN markets, respectively.
2003-10-24 Foundry to provide Ethernet technology to Sandia
Foundry Networks announced that the Sandia National Laboratories has selected its 10GbE switches.
2009-09-21 Ethernet woes: Bandwidth demands, costs
In one of the central ironies of the Internet era, Websites and service providers are driving bandwidth requirements through the roof while pushing the system costs through the floor.
2010-02-10 Engineers push beyond 10Gbit Ethernet limit
At three separate industry events, engineers said they are gearing up to deliver in 2011 chips that can handle serial data streams running at 25Gbit/s to drive next-generation 100- and 400Gbit/s networks.
2011-05-16 Data center offers hosting and net solutions
Extreme Networks has unveiled the Open Fabric data center solution with its Cloud-scale architecture that enables managed hosting and cloud service providers to set up network solutions.
2014-07-31 Cavium buys Xpliant, widens clout in enterprise market
The acquisition deal involving the Xpliant switching architecture is valued at $90 million, which includes the $15 million investment Cavium made in Xpliant through June 2014.
2014-11-13 Alcatel-Lucent to put edge router functions on x86 by 2015
Alcatel-Lucent claims VSR provides four to eight times greater performance than its closest competitor in a control-plane task of converging route reflector data between two systems.
2004-04-22 Agere uses Virage Logic STAR memory system
Agere Systems has utilized Virage Logic Corp.'s Self-Test and Repair (STAR) Memory System to implement an embedded memory test and repair architecture for its 2G multiservice traffic management network processor, the APP550.
2005-12-01 10GbE parts readied, 100G in wings
A new generation of optical and copper components for 10GbE is about to hit the market, revving up demand for fast networks.
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