The Linley Processor Conference is our largest event and includes presentations on the latest processor chips, processor IP and other technology required to efficiently process packet, sensor, and vision data. The conference is targeted at system designers, equipment vendors, OEM/ODMs, automakers and subsystem suppliers, service providers, press, and the financial community.
Don't miss MoSys' presentation, "Bandwidth Engine 3 Accelerates Scalable SDN Flow Rates and Awareness" at this year's Linley Tech Processor Conference.
Abstract: The third generation Bandwidth Engine is architected for high access rate, throughput and intelligent offload for network processing. MoSys will disclose the initial offerings, including a device optimized for the EZchip NPS-400 used in intelligent white box solutions for carrier and data center applications where traffic management and flow awareness are important. The addition of BE-3 to NPS-400 increases the packet processing rate by delivering higher lookup bandwidth, while optimizing the overall power efficiency and improving performance density.
Santa Clara Convention Center
Santa Clara, California
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