2/5/2002 - Internet Machines Corporation and Toshiba America Electronic Components (TAEC) today announced that Internet Machines has qualified fast cycle random access memory (FCRAM) from TAEC to be used in 10 Gbps/OC-192c line cards based on Internet Machines' IMpower(TM) architecture. The IMpower family of semiconductors consists of the fully software programmable, wire-speed NPE10 network processor and TMC10 traffic management co-processor for line card applications, plus the SE200 switch element for backplane switch fabrics. The new FCRAM devices deliver faster access time, shorter random cycle time and higher bandwidth than the previous generation. This makes them ideal for high-speed networking equipment using Internet Machines' 10 Gbps/OC-192c NPE10 and TMC10, and offers the added benefits of lower power consumption and a smaller footprint than traditional memory technologies. Glueless interoperability between the two parts simplifies development and eliminates the need for additional glue logic.
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