StarGen Presents AdvancedTCA Architecture for Tomorrow's Telecom Systems

1/27/2005 - Wade Appelman, Vice President Marketing and Business Development at StarGen, will be presenting at the Light Reading Seminar. Appelman has over 17 years of technology marketing and business development experience in networking, systems and communication semiconductor markets and is a frequent speaker at industry events.

Light Reading and its market research division, Heavy Reading, in cooperation with leading system and component vendors, will provide an exclusive and intensive education in how best to take advantage of the opportunity ATCA presents. AdvancedTCA: The Architecture of Tomorrow's Telecom Systems will deliver a comprehensive review of the latest developments in standardized telecom chassis. The sessions will cover applications, technology, and market trends. The moderator for AdvancedTCA: The Architecture of Tomorrow's Telecom Systems is Simon Stanley, Analyst at Large with Heavy Reading and Principal Consultant with Earlswood Marketing.

Interconnect Trends in AdvancedTCA Systems
Hyatt San Jose, San Jose CA
January 27, 2005

About StarGen
StarGen is a semiconductor company providing unified interconnect solutions for compute and communications equipment. StarGen, the leading designer of protocol-agnostic, open standards based silicon, enables system designers to extend system capabilities while leveraging existing standards-based parts. StarGen is developing a line of products based on the Advanced Switching (ASI) standard and compatible with PCI ExpressTM. These products will be ideal solutions for communication, storage, blade server and embedded applications. StarGen's currently shipping StarFabric product line benefits vendors of communication access platforms for voice, data, and video networks as well as vendors of embedded systems needing enhanced switched PCI capability. StarGen's unified interconnect products provide a dramatic increase in equipment performance, scalability, reliability, and Quality of Service while maintaining backward compatibility to existing standards based hardware and software.

PCI Express is a trademark of PCI-SIG. StarGen and StarFabric are trademarks of StarGen. Advanced Switching and ASI are trademarks of the ASI-SIG.

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