High-Speed PHY IP for Hyperscale Data Centers

High-Speed PHY IP for Hyperscale Data Centers
by Tom Dillinger on 09-25-2019 at 10:00 am

A new designation has recently entered the vernacular of the computing industry – a hyperscale data center.  The adjective hyperscale implies the ability of a computing resource to scale corresponding to increased workload, to maintain an appropriate quality of service.

The traditional enterprise data center is often characterized… Read More


Open-Silicon SerDes TCoE Enables Successful Delivery of ASICs for Next-generation, High-Speed Systems

Open-Silicon SerDes TCoE Enables Successful Delivery of ASICs for Next-generation, High-Speed Systems
by Mitch Heins on 06-26-2017 at 12:00 pm

Image RemovedWith 5G cellular networks just around the corner, there is an ever-increasing number of companies working to bring faster communications chips to the market. Data centers are now deploying 100G to handle the increased bandwidth requirements, typically in the form of four 28Gbps channels and that means ASIC designers… Read More