AUSTIN, TX - April 30, 2007 - Tehuti Networks, a semiconductor company providing 10 Gigabit Ethernet (10GbE) single-chip, low-power network controllers, will participate with Fulcrum Microsystems in a 10 GbE high-throughput demonstration at the 2007 Server Blade Summit, May 1-3, 2007, booth #305/306 at the Anaheim Marriott Hotel in Anaheim, CA.
Tehuti Networks will demonstrate multiple servers interconnected using their 10 Gigabit Ethernet Network Interface Cards (NICs) and a Fulcrum FM2224 switch to provide connectivity. This demonstration highlights and answers the growing demand from OEM customers for IC vendors to validate interoperability and standards in order to shorten the customers' design cycle.
Tehuti Networks will demonstrate its TN7585-D, the industry's first 10GbE dual port CX4, low-profile server adapter. The TN7585-D adapter's dimensions are a mere 4.6" by 2.5" with a power dissipation of 11W. It supports all major operating systems including Microsoft(TM), Linux(TM), FreeBSD® and Solaris(TM), and also supports software virtualization via VMWare® and Xen(TM).
The Fulcrum reference design, part number FM2224-EP-103, is a 24-port pizza-box style switch with 12 SFP+ module cages and 12 CX4 connectors. It represents the highest density, highest performance and lowest latency 10G Ethernet switch in a 1U form-factor available on the market today.
About Fulcrum Microsystems
Fulcrum Microsystems Inc. is a fabless semiconductor company focused on developing interconnect switch chips for next-generation board and system designs. The company's devices change the paradigm for interconnect, offering low latency, fine-grained flow control, and high throughput which combine to simplify board design and to build in more flexibility and higher performance. More information can be found at www.fulcrummicro.com.
About Tehuti Networks
Tehuti Networks is a fabless semiconductor company that develops solutions-on-a-chip (SoC) for accelerating 10 Gigabit Ethernet TCP/IP processing. Tehuti solutions improve processing performance and provide significant cost benefits to original equipment manufacturers and IT users. The company has received funding from Alice Ventures, Alice Lab, Technion R&D Fund, ProSeed Venture Capital Fund, and Lachman Goldman Ventures and the Chief Scientist of the Government of Israel. Tehuti Networks has executive offices in Austin, Texas and research and development in Herzelia, Israel.
More information is available at www.tehutinetworks.net.