Tehuti to Show Controller

Tehuti Networks will participate in a public demonstration showcasing a 10G Backplane Ecosystem in Molex at NXTcomm 2007

June 18, 2007

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AUSTIN, Texas -- Tehuti Networks, a semiconductor company providing 10 Gigabit Ethernet (10GbE) single-chip, low-power network TCP/IP controllers, will participate with AMCC, Fulcrum Microsystems and Molex in a public demonstration showcasing a 10G Backplane Ecosystem in Molex booth #3754 at NXTcomm 2007, June 18-21 at the McCormick Place in Chicago, IL.

The demonstration consists of a Tehuti Networks TN3016-D controller that will transmit data packets to an AMCC QT2055 evaluation board. The 10 Gigabits per second (Gbps) signal from the AMCC board is sent across the Molex I-Trac reference backplane to an AMCC/Fulcrum reference switch. The Fulcrum switch will forward the data to a second Tehuti Networks controller. The result is a complete end-to-end server, backplane and switch server 10 Gbps solution with streaming video outputs.

"Tehuti Networks is pleased to participate in the industry's first real application demonstration of 10GBASE-KR backplane Ethernet with networking industry leaders including AMCC, Molex and Fulcrum Microsystems," said Blaine Kohl, vice president of marketing and sales, Tehuti Networks. "Not only is Tehuti Networks a proponent of 10GBASE-KR, but our small-footprint and low-power controllers are leading the way for next-generation backplanes."

Tehuti Networks Ltd.

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