PMC-Sierra Presents Understanding System Reliability for Serial Links

1/26/2004 - PMC-Sierra, Inc. (NASDAQ:PMCS - News) will present a live webinar on "Understanding System Reliability for Serial Links" on Wednesday, January 28, 2004 at 11:00AM PT/2:00PM ET.

About the Webinar
In today's serial I/O environment, the increased demand for faster interconnection links, ultra reliable systems and continually shrinking power budgets present design engineers with significant challenges. When combined with testing challenges in such hostile backplane environments, a deeper understanding of high-speed serial link design is required.

This webinar will examine the design and test methodologies for ensuring system reliability and Bit Error Rate (BER) requirements so they can be met with confidence.

What will be discussed:

New White Paper Attend this webinar and receive a complimentary white paper on "Improving Multi-Gigabit Backplane Reliability - Designing to Market Leading System Bit Error Rates".

About the Presenter
Dr. Andrew S. Wright is the Director of Product Research at PMC-Sierra and currently focuses on developing sustaining wireless technology developments. Prior to joining PMC-Sierra, Dr. Wright was the co-founder and CTO of Datum Telegraphic, a company specializing in signal processing solutions for 3G wireless systems. Dr. Wright holds several patents and has authored numerous IEEE journal articles.

Stuart Robinson is the Product Marketing and Applications Manager of PMC-Sierra's Enterprise and Storage Division and manages a broad portfolio of multi-gigabit SERDES and retimer products. Prior to his current position, Mr. Robinson was actively involved in strategic marketing efforts for the company's 10 Gigabit products as well as ATM, Ethernet and SONET optical networking technologies.

How to Register
Register now for this complimentary webinar at If you have difficulties registering or would like more information, email

About PMC-Sierra
PMC-Sierra(TM) is a leading provider of high speed broadband communications and storage semiconductors and MIPS-based(TM) processors for Enterprise, Access, Metro Optical Transport, Storage Area Networking and Wireless network equipment. For more information, visit

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