6/21/2004 - IDTTM (Integrated Device Technology, Inc.; Nasdaq: IDTI), a leading communications IC company, announced it will host an EE Times Network NetSeminar to address the topic of effects of transmission rates on frame queuing architectures.
In a world of ever-increasing demand for bandwidth, capacity and higher transmission rates in information networks, there becomes a point where significant bottlenecks can occur within end-to-end communication. To address this challenge, system architects must seamlessly blend multiple paths while minimizing network latency and maintain service-level agreements (SLAs). This NetSeminar will provide insight into the key role that IDT queuing devices play in optimizing operation of the overall system architecture.
This NetSeminar is sponsored by IDT. Registration is free, and the NetSeminar will be archived for six months.
EE Times Network Netseminar – Effects of Transmission Rates on Frame Queuing Architectures
June 23, 2004 at 11:00 a.m. PDT
Mark Hoke, senior member of technology staff, IDT flow-control management division
Flow-Control Management ICs
As a leading provider of innovative products for the communications market, IDT continues to evolve its distinctive competencies in the integration of advanced memory and logic architectures to create a new category of value-added semiconductor devices. The IDT flow-control management devices combine critical functions such as high-speed buffering, switching, multiplexing/de-multiplexing, domain transition and random and sequential access. These devices meet the special requirements of system architects who need to solve data-flow-control issues in their communications equipment designs. The IDT family of off-the-shelf devices replace traditional methods of managing the flow of data streams at different rates within a system — previously accomplished with multiple ASICs, FPGAs, and external SRAM, DRAM or FIFOs.
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 3,100 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 and Interprise are trademarks and the IDT logo is a registered trademark of Integrated Device Technology, Inc.
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