StarGen Participates in Sessions at Network System Design Conference

10/20/2004 - At this week’s Network System Design Conference in San Jose, StarGen’s David Mayhew will be participating in the “Advanced Switching Interconnect for Communications” session focusing on how PCI Express and the new Advanced Switching Interconnect (ASI) extensions have become the interfaces of choice in a wide variety of communications applications. Additionally, Mayhew has been asked to join the panel “Switch Fabric Directions,” which will discuss the future direction of the switch fabric market. Mayhew, StarGen’s chief scientist and co-inventor of the StarFabric technology, has more than 20 years of software and network engineering experience.

StarGen, a semiconductor company specializing in advanced serial switched interconnect solutions, has deployed 250,000 StarFabric ports into more than 75 product designs worldwide across a broad spectrum of markets, including storage, communications, high performance imaging, automated test, and video distribution, among many others. The Advanced Switching Interconnect product line, slated for delivery in early 2005, will feature a family of bridges and switches based on the emerging PCI Express and Advanced Switching Interconnect industry standards.

The 2004 Network Systems Design conference (www.networksystemsdesign.com/), focuses exclusively on networking components and networking system design and will be held at Parkside Hall, San Jose in San Jose, California.

NSDC 2004 will be held in San Jose on October 19-21, 2004. The Switch Fabric Directions session, #131, will take place from 3:45 pm to 5:00 pm on Wednesday, October 20th. The Advanced Switching Interconnect for Communications session, #403, will take place from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm on Thursday, October 21st.

About StarGen
StarGen, a semiconductor company with design wins across a broad spectrum of markets including storage, communications, high performance imaging, automated test, and video distribution, has deployed 250,000 StarFabric ports into more than 75 product designs worldwide.

The Advanced Switching Interconnect product line, slated for delivery in early 2005, will feature a family of bridges and switches based on the emerging PCI Express and Advanced Switching Interconnect industry standards. StarGen is a sponsor of the Advanced Switching Interconnect Special Interest Group (ASI SIG) and chairs the Marketing Work Group and key Technical Work Groups.

StarGen (www.stargen.com) has headquarters in Marlborough, MA

PCI Express is a trademark of PCI-SIG. StarGen and StarFabric are trademarks of StarGen.

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