MoSys and IDT Collaborate to Deliver 100 Gbps Base Station, Data Center and Mobile Edge Computing Solutions Leveraging RapidIO Technology

LineSpeed Flex 28G MUX Doubles IDT RapidIO Switch Port Density for Backplane or 100G QSFP Applications SANTA CLARA Calif. and SAN JOSE, Calif., Nov. 09, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — MoSys(NASDAQ:MOSY), a leader in semiconductor solutions that enable fast, intelligent data access for Cloud, network, and communications systems, and Integrated Device Technology, Inc. (IDT®) (NASDAQ:IDTI), today announced interoperability between MoSys’ new LineSpeed™ Flex 28G 2:1 MUX IC (MSH420) and IDT’s 24-Port,…

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RapidIO.org to Showcase Multiple RapidIO Based HPC Solutions at the SC16 Conference in Salt Lake City

RapidIO.org along with member companies will demonstrate innovative High-performance computing (HPC) RapidIO technology at the International Conference for HPC, Networking, Storage and Analysis Austin, TX – November 11, 2016— RapidIO.org, the organization that promotes and develops standards for the RapidIO interconnect architecture, will exhibit at SC16, the International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis, at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City, Utah on November 13-18, 2016….

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Air Force, NASA to develop radiation-hardened ARM processor for next-generation space computing

Original article published on the Military and Aerospace Electronics site can be found here. Article written by: John Keller, Editor of Military and Aerospace Electronics GREENBELT, Md., 21 June 2016. U.S. government space researchers want industry to develop a next-generation radiation-hardened, general-purpose, multi-core processor within the next four years to meet on-board computing needs of future manned spacecraft and space robots.  Officials of the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md., issued the…

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RapidIO.org Announces the Public Release of the Next Generation 25xN 100Gbps RapidIO Specification

Frankfurt, Germany — Today, RapidIO.org, the open standards body that promotes and develops specifications for the RapidIO interconnect architecture, announced the public release of the next generation 25xN 100Gbps RapidIO Specification at the 2016 ISC High Performance Conference in Frankfurt, Germany. With more than 200 million RapidIO fabric ports deployed worldwide at speeds of 6xN and 10xN 10-50 Gbps in analytics, wireless infrastructure, industrial and military applications, the 25xN 100 Gbps…

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IDT Releases 10xN 50Gbps RapidIO Switches

New Family of Low-Latency Switches Exceed the RapidIO 10xN Standard and are Ideal for 5G, HPC, and Mobile Edge Computing       SAN JOSE, Calif., Feb. 17, 2016— Integrated Device Technology, Inc.® (IDT®) launches a new generation of RapidIO® switches that deliver the ultra-low latency, high bandwidth and superior energy efficiency needed for the development of 4G LTE Advanced (LTE-A) and  5G wireless infrastructure systems. Exceeding the latest  RapidIO 10xN specification,…

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2015 RapidIO.org Year in Review

As we head into 2016, we wanted to take a look back at the significant RapidIO.org related events of 2015. The RapidIO.org community has continued to be very active with several key initiatives underway as well as several new members joining the community. Here are 3 key highlights from the year (a full listing of all the 2015 activity follows the 3 highlights): Prodrive Technologies extended its range of RapidIO Gen2 products…

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RapidIO.org Fall 2015 Update

RapidIO.org has continued to be very active with continued specification development, attending and presenting at several key industry events and with several new members joining the community. Here is a look back at the significant RapidIO.org related events and news from the Spring and Summer of 2015. New RapidIO.org Members     RapidIO.org Recent News  Jul 14 Enabling Heterogeneous Solutions Using Standard Communication Middleware – Article by: Girish Shirasat of Concurrent Technologies covering enabling open…

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Supercomputing at the Edge with Serial RapidIO by IDT

The concept of Supercomputing at the Edge is driven from the desire to improve the management of Big Data. In Supercomputing at the Edge, we push some data center content to the edge of the access network, caching locally pertinent content closer to users and performing data analytics on streaming live data. It can be viewed as distributing data center functions to local nodes, which will enable further revenue-generation services…

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RISC-V Workshop Presentation – RapidIO Overview

              RISC-V Community Interested in RapidIO In case you missed the 2nd RISC-V Workshop, Rick O’Connor, Executive Director of RapidIO.org attended and provided a RapidIO update presentation on June 29, 2015. A YouTube video of the recorded presentation is shown below. RISC-V (pronounced “risk-five”), a new instruction set architecture (ISA) originally designed to support computer architecture research and education, is now set to become a…

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RapidIO unified fabric QorIQ Clusters #FTF2015

June 22-25, 2015 JW Marriott Austin Austin, Texas Join RapidIO.org at the Freescale Technology Forum (FTF 2015) to view a multi vendor demo and presentation from Freescale, FET Corp, Starbridge, System Fabric Works and RapidIO.  This demo consists of a multi-vendor setup using RapidIO as a unified fabric to scale out a cluster of 6 Freescale T4 processors.  The T4 processors run Linux with high performance RDMA transfers between local memory of…

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