PLX Webcasts Utilizing Non-Transparent Bridging in PCI Express

10/16/2003 - PLX Technology (NASDAQ: PLXT, www.plxtech.com), the leading supplier of standard I/O interconnect silicon to the communications, server, storage and embedded-control industries, announced the latest installment in its series of TechOnline (www.techonline.com) Webcasts on PCI ExpressTM technology. The Webcast (Oct. 21, 10:00 a.m. PT), titled "Utilizing Non-Transparent Bridging in PCI Express Base To Create Multiprocessor Systems-Part Two," is the second PLX® Webcast addressing PCI Express in multiprocessor systems and will provide in-depth analysis on a broad range of issues surrounding the implementation of PCI Express, such as non-transparent bridging in server, storage and communication systems built around multiple hosts.

"The advanced features of PCI Express and non-transparent bridging combine for a powerful technology to help complex multiprocessor systems to be realized," said Jack Regula, PLX vice president and chief technology officer, who will be presenting next week's TechOnline seminar. "Non-transparent bridging already has been combined successfully in PCI-based designs, and in 'Utilizing Non-Transparent Bridging in PCI Express Base To Create Multiprocessor Systems-Part Two' we intend to illustrate how this approach is being applied to PCI Express system designs.

"These issues and their solutions aren't easily explained without a focused-information platform such as the TechOnline Webcasts. This online seminar will inform and enlighten participants on these issues, provide in-depth explanation of them and empower designers with an implementation methodology they can use to get the most out of PCI Express in multiprocessor designs."

Leveraging Extensive PCI Experience, Bringing PCI Express Devices to Market
The Oct. 21 event is PLX's fifth TechOnline Webcast on PCI Express, all of which have leveraged the company's long, successful history in the I/O interconnect market as a worldwide provider of PCI-based solutions to a range of industries. PLX is applying this experience to the development of PCI Express products, with systems based on these products expected in 2004. The company also is streamlining the migration of PCI to PCI Express, and helping to drive the adoption of PCI Express technology through a variety of efforts, including the TechOnline seminars.

PLX has been developing I/O interconnect solutions since 1986.

To register for "Utilizing Non-Transparent Bridging in PCI Express Base To Create Multiprocessor Systems-Part Two" or to learn more about PLX and its I/O interconnect solutions, please go to www.plxtech.com. To fully benefit from the online seminar, hardware engineers, system architects, engineering manager and software developers are encouraged to review "Utilizing Non-Transparent Bridging in PCI Express Base To Create Multiprocessor Systems-Part One," which explains non-transparent bridging in detail. Participants can access "Part One" through the PLX Technology PCI Express Web page, which also provides several resources that will familiarize them with the technology.

About PLX Technology
PLX Technology, Inc. (www.plxtech.com), based in Sunnyvale, Calif., USA, is the leading supplier of standard I/O interconnect silicon to the communications, server, storage and embedded-control industries. The PLX solution provides a competitive edge to our customers through an integrated combination of high-performance silicon, hardware and software design tools, and partnerships. These innovative solutions enable our customers to develop equipment with industry-leading performance, scalability and reliability. Furthermore, the combination of PLX product features and supporting infrastructure allow customers to bring their designs to market faster. PLX PCI-based devices are designed into a wide variety of applications across multiple industries.

PLX is a trademark of PLX Technology, Inc., which may be registered in some jurisdictions.

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