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CebaTech Announces CebaIP

CebaTech announced the development of the CebaIP Platform

EATONTOWN, N.J. -- CebaTech Inc., an innovative intellectual property (IP) developer using state of the art in-house electronic system level (ESL) development tools, today announced the development of the CebaIP Platform. CebaTech’s modular approach to offering IP cores makes each configuration quick and easy for design engineers to integrate into their application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs) or field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs).

The CebaIP Platform represents years of engineering experience in developing and deploying complex data and storage networking products. (See www.cebatech.com/media/Radar_Scope_CebaTech.pdf.) The platform is a protocol-complete hardware and software framework for developing end-to-end data and storage networking solutions. Using the CebaIP Platform’s integrated advanced direct memory access (DMA) controller with the OpenBSD software driver, designers are able to rapidly achieve complete data networking and storage product solutions.

The CebaIP Platform enables modular protocol-level connectivity between the media access controller (MAC) layer and host application layer interface. With supported data rates ranging from 1 Gb/s to 10 Gb/s, customers can choose from various platform configurations to meet the needs of their specific data and storage networking products. Implementation is supported for both ASICs and FPGAs.

“No other IP platform or subsystem offering dedicated to data and storage networking applications with this level of functional integration exists in the market,” said Chad Spackman, president of CebaTech. “Customers can choose from available platform configurations now, and grow with the platform over time to greater levels of integration and function to meet the changing demands of their respective markets.”

CebaTech Inc.

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