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HyperTransport Consortium Adds Support
Date: Wednesday March 13, 2002
Category: Computer / SFF PCs
Manufacturer Link: HyperTransport Consortium
HyperTransport Technology Consortium Demonstrates Continued Industry Interest and Adoption
 

SAN JOSE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--March 11, 2002--

New Adopter Members Include, Hewlett-Packard Company, Hifn, NEC Electronics, NurLogic Design, Inc., Phoenix Technologies Ltd., SandCraft, Inc., Schlumberger Semiconductor Solutions and Seaway Networks, Inc.

Members to Demonstrate HyperTransport Technology at Embedded Systems Conference

HyperTransport(TM) Technology Consortium, founded to develop, promote and manage specifications of the HyperTransport(TM) I/O link, demonstrates continued industry recognition with the announcement of several new Adopter members including: Hewlett-Packard Company, Hifn, NEC Electronics, NurLogic Design, Inc., Phoenix Technologies Ltd., SandCraft, Inc., Schlumberger Semiconductor Solutions and Seaway Networks, Inc. The consortium now boasts 40 members to drive the adoption of HyperTransport technology within the computer, networking and telecommunications industries.

"Our new members demonstrate the depth and breadth of companies in the industry adopting the HyperTransport I/O link," said Gabriele Sartori, president of the HyperTransport Technology Consortium. "With representation from computing, networking and imaging solutions companies to integrated circuits companies, HyperTransport technology continues to be evangelized within all facets of an ever-growing industry."

"The HyperTransport I/O link provides our developers with the technology they require to create next generation devices, management software products for PCs and other connected digital devices. HyperTransport technology achieves this with increased performance, connectivity and bandwidth, and more importantly, in a cost-effective manner," said Alan L. McCann, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Corporate Marketing and Products Division, Phoenix Technologies. "We are pleased to be a consortium member and endorse the technology as a viable and available specification."

As interest in the HyperTransport I/O specification grows, the HyperTransport Technology Consortium continues to offer Contributor and Adopter memberships based on the level of member activity and participation in the various technical and marketing activities and working groups. Upon joining the consortium, all members receive a royalty-free license for the HyperTransport specification and gain access to all available Intellectual Property (IP) based on the technology.

Members Exhibit at Embedded Systems Conference Further promoting HyperTransport technology as "Here and Now!," consortium members AMD, Altera, Broadcom, GDA Technologies, LSI Logic Corporation, QuickLogic, SandCraft, Inc. and Xilinx, Inc. will exhibit at the Embedded Systems Conference on March 12 - 16 in San Francisco, Calif. The conference is focused exclusively on microprocessors and related hardware technologies that are driving the embedded industry. About HyperTransport(TM) Technology

HyperTransport technology is a high-speed, high-performance, point-to-point link for integrated circuits, and is designed to meet the bandwidth needs of tomorrow's computing and communications platforms. HyperTransport technology helps reduce the number of buses while providing a high-performance link for PCs, workstations, and servers, as well as numerous embedded applications and highly scalable multiprocessing systems. It is designed to allow chips inside of PCs, networking and communications devices to communicate with each other up to 48 times faster than with some existing bus technologies.

About HyperTransport Technology Consortium

The HyperTransport Technology Consortium is a nonprofit corporation managed by its members. The consortium promotes the common business interests of providers to the networking, telecommunications, computer and high-performance embedded application through the conduct of a forum for the future development and adoption of the HyperTransport specification. AMD, API NetWorks, Apple Computers, Broadcom, Cisco Systems, NVIDIA, PMC-Sierra, SGI, Sun Microsystems, and Transmeta are the charter members that comprise the Executive Committee of the HyperTransport Technology Consortium. Companies interested in the HyperTransport specification are invited to join the consortium. Members of the consortium pay annual dues and receive a royalty-free license to HyperTransport IP, gain access to technical documentation and may attend consortium meetings and events. To become a member, visit the consortium Web site at www.hypertransport.org . Please review the Bylaws of the HyperTransport Technology Consortium, and complete the online membership application. HyperTransport is a trademark of the HyperTransport Technology Consortium.

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