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2007-04-16 New GbE adapters come with TOE capability
Alacritech Inc., the company that invented offloading TCP processing for Ethernet, is rolling out new cards, software and a reference design as it struggles to gain traction for its version of the concept.
2003-05-27 NEC TOE features Tensilica Xtensa cores
NEC Corp. has announced their first TCP Offload Engine which integrates 10 Xtensa processor cores on a single chip.
2012-09-11 Intilop secures patents for 76ns full TOE tech
The patents protect the unique algorithms, architecture and design concepts that make implementation of a full TCP/IP stack in hardware to accelerate its processing in 76ns.
2007-07-25 Intel 10GbE chip chucks TOE, extends reach
Intel has unveiled a 10GbE controller that does away with TOE and RDMA support but takes in a pre-standard version of congestion management.
2007-02-22 Sun offers 10GbE solutions for use with multithreated processors
Sun Microsystems announced Neptune, a 10GbE card and chip optimized for use with multithreaded processors such as Sun's Niagara.
2004-05-20 Startup eyes enhanced Ethernet in the data center
Another startup working on enhanced Ethernet for the data center officially emerges from stealth mode as Ammasso launches its first product.
2005-01-10 Tehuti finds middle ground for network offloading
There are generally two approaches to hardware design for Internet connections: Either you send raw packets from the media access controller into main memory and let the CPU deal with the TCP/IP protocol stack, or you handle almost the entire stack in a TCP/IP offload engine (TOE) and send completed messages into main memory.
2007-09-26 Nvidia takes on Intel in graphics chip market
Nvidia is rolling out a graphics microchip that will be embedded in the main collection of components that make up a PC, as the company goes toe-to-toe with Intel in the integrated graphics chip market.
2012-01-19 Microsoft's final keynote talks next-gen computing, smartphones
The company is set to emerge fully from behind the WinTel duopoly and compete toe to toe in the smartphone, entertainment and mobile computing arenas.
2004-09-16 Lattice Semi bets big on bargain-priced FPGAs
The company rolls out the first in a line of low-cost FPGAs that will go toe-to-toe with Xilinx and Altera.
2010-06-08 FPGA dev't platform packs TCP offload engine, PCIe
Intilop Corp. is offering an integrated FPGA-SOC-platform with TCP offload engine (TOE), and PCIe.
2009-01-22 When will U.K.'s digital radio take off?
The United Kingdom is going out on a limb with DAB, a technology which many feel, in comparison with other technologies, is no longer good enough to make digital radio financially and commercially viable, because of the crippling transmission costs involved.
2007-07-16 Use hardware-based acceleration wisely
Network interface architectures are containing more and more acceleration features. Some of these accelerations can be performed efficiently in software. In some circumstances, however, the use of complex acceleration features can harm performance, system integrity and security.
2007-04-25 TSMC's IP moves stir up concern among providers
TSMC's move to broaden its portfolios of internally developed semiconductor IP and third-party IP has some observers asking whether the company is migrating to a more ASIC-like business model.
2007-07-27 Startup challenges Intel in 10GbE
ServerEngines, founded by the people behind former chipset company ServerWorks, is rolling out a 10GbE device that will vie for sockets with a part introduced recently by x86 giant Intel Corp.
2010-05-18 Samsung to add LCD lines in Tangjeong Crystal Valley
Beyond its current four fab lines for LCD cells in Tangjeong Crystal Valley, Samsung Electronics makes no secret of its ambitious plan for several more.
2011-01-25 Samsung ranked 10th in foundry sector
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd placed only 10th in the latest IC Insights foundry business rankings, posting sales of just $400 million. It is however expected to improve its rankings in the coming years.
2008-06-19 QLogic boasts 20Gbit/s Infiniband card
QLogic Corp. finally rolled out its first 20Gbit/s Infiniband adapter card.
2007-09-24 Practical design considerations: Ethernet vs. RapidIO standards
The desire to use a familiar technology runs the risk of stretching the technology beyond its capabilities, complicating designs and creating unforeseen problems.
2015-10-29 PC industry is not dead, says HP CTO
Shane Wall, HP's chief technologist, described new computing markets in which HP Inc. will play, although it's not clear whether the company has clearly defined platforms for many of them.
2007-04-10 Networking firms take divergent paths to 10GbE
Sun Microsystems and Chelsio Communications are expanding their divergent efforts to define 10GbE, turning the competitive heat up on the technology seen as key for computer data centers.
2007-04-02 Net-interface accelerators: can help or hinder your systems
Examining how a given acceleration is used in a system environment gives clues to the feature's long-term utility.
2003-12-15 Napatech, Xilinx release Ethernet adapter
Napatech and Xilinx Inc. have announced the availability of what they claim as the industry's first 10Gbps programmable Ethernet adapter.
2012-12-17 MediaTek riding high despite market downturn
MediaTek's aggressive efforts in the mobile chip market this year resulted in ten-fold increase in shipments but it needs to maintain its momentum well into 2013.
2011-04-21 Intel should ride the Android wave
Intel needs a new smartphone strategy. Rather than try to create a new processor and a new software environment, Intel should follow the lead of its Wind River division and ride the Android wave.
2002-09-13 Intel devices to advance digital perspective
Intel SVP Mike Fister and EVP Sean Maloney explained how a modular IT infrastructure with mixed-wired and wireless communications capabilities will generate lower operating costs and increase system flexibility.
2006-04-17 Intel Core ups ante in battle with AMD
Like proud fathers showing off pictures of their newborns, top executives at Intel exuberantly unveiled details of the company's Core microarchitecture at the recent Intel Developer Forum held in San Francisco.
2005-02-04 Gigabit Ethernet cards serve MIL designs
Data Device Corp. announced its GigExtreme Series of intelligent Gigabit Ethernet network access controllers for embedded apps.
2015-05-26 Exploring the design implications of USB Type-C
USB Type-C is quite a huge deal for the USB community and IP developers. What are the gotchas? Is there no pain with this gain?
2009-11-02 Dongbu aims to be analog foundry powerhouse
South Korea foundry Dongbu HiTek Co. Ltd is looking for respect in the foundry business and aims at being the "TSMC" in analog and mixed-signal.
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