HotRail Intros CMOS Transceivers

HotRail Inc. introduced ultra high-speed, low-power CMOS transceivers for next-generation networking system designs.

May 1, 2000

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SAN JOSE, CA--HotRail Inc., an Internet infrastructure IC company, today introduced two high-bandwidth CMOS transceivers for networking applications. The new ICs are the HotRail Channel HRP2100 parallel data transceiver, supporting up to 16 gigabits per second (Gbps) chip-to-chip transmission rates, and the SkyRail Link SRP3100 serial transceiver, which supports either 2.5 Gbps or 3.125 Gbps data rate interconnect applications at distances up to 30 meters.

HotRail also announced that the core technologies used in the new products will be integrated into additional transceiver ICs, and in a series of crossbar switch fabric ICs designed to meet the emerging demand for systems supporting interconnect data rates of 10 Gbps and greater. Both cores are also being licensed to strategic partners for integration into system level networking and data communications ICs.

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