12/1/2004 - IDT (Integrated Device Technology, Inc.; Nasdaq: IDTI), a leading communications IC company, announced it will chair and present in a session detailing next-generation network technologies at the 2004 Design and Developers Forum running in conjunction with GlobeCom, the annual Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) Global Telecommunications Conference. One IDT presentation will address the challenges associated with today’s bandwidth demands outpacing the growth of router infrastructures. The second will detail a novel queuing strategy designed to remove harmful bottlenecks in high-performance networks. The session is part of the Design and Developer Forum’s “Technologies for Next-Generation Networks” session, scheduled for December 1, 2004 at the Hyatt Regency Dallas at Reunion from 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (CST).
During the session, IDT Field Application Engineer Keith Marx will discuss how the evolution of the network is driving the need for advancements in router design in his presentation entitled, “Packet Processing Challenges for Router Designs.” He will argue that in order to alleviate these bandwidth constraints, designers will need to look beyond standard compute schemes and memory technologies. Instead, a new generation of architectures and technologies will need to be developed to meet emerging bandwidth requirements. Representing the IDT flow-control management division, Product Manager Jeremy Bicknell will deliver a second IDT presentation entitled, “A System for Forwarding and Queuing ‘Bursty’ Data.” This presentation will address the current methods of managing bursty data in a typical telecommunications application. It will also explore new, improved methods of handling this type of data, such as using a device to switch, aggregate and adapt four lower rate SPI-3 interfaces to a SPI-4 interface.
As session chair, Bicknell will also lead fellow presenters from the Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, South Korea and Samsung Telecommunications, America in a discussion of the semiconductor technologies and architectures needed to develop the next-generation network, as well as technologies and strategies to reduce bottlenecks and improve IP-lookup capabilities.
IDT is a global leader in preemptive semiconductor solutions that accelerate packet processing for advanced network services. IDT serves communications equipment vendors by applying its advanced hardware and software technologies to create flexible, highly integrated solutions that enhance the functionality and processing of network equipment. IDT accelerates intelligent packet processing with products such as switching solutions, network search engines (NSEs), programmable content inspection engines (CIEs), flow-control management (FCM) ICs and its family of InterpriseTM integrated communications processors. The portfolio also comprises products optimized for communications applications, including telecom products, FIFOs, multi-ports, and timing solutions. In addition, the product mix includes high-performance digital logic and high-speed SRAMs to meet the requirements of leading communications companies.
Headquartered in Santa Clara, Calif., the company employs approximately 3,200 people worldwide and has a wafer manufacturing facility in Oregon, and test and assembly facilities in the Philippines and Malaysia. IDT stock is traded on the Nasdaq Stock Market® under the symbol “IDTI.” The company is included in the S&P 1000, which is a combination of the S&P MidCap 400 and S&P SmallCap 600 Indices, and is also part of the S&P SuperComposite 1500, which combines the S&P 500, MidCap 400, and SmallCap 600. Additional information about IDT is accessible at www.IDT.com.
IDT, Interprise and the IDT logo are trademarks of Integrated Device Technology, Inc.
Previous Page | News by Category | News Search
If you found this page useful, bookmark and share it on: