IDT Joins Xelerated Program

Companies will co-develop solutions based on the Xelerator family of network processors and IDT's family of IP co-processors

October 22, 2001

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SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- IDT (Integrated Device Technology, Inc.; NASDAQ: IDTI), a leading communications IC provider, and Xelerated Packet Devices, a leading developer of high-performance network processors, today announced a strategic alliance. The two companies will co-develop solutions based on the recently announced Xelerator(tm) family of network processors and IDT's family of Internet protocol (IP) co-processors to enable high-performance line-card solutions for edge and core networking equipment. The collaboration will help speed the availability of off-the-shelf solutions for 40 Gbps dataplane applications. The objective of Xelerated's First-to-Forty(tm) partnership program is to enable system vendors to ship the world's first complete 40 Gbps full-duplex systems during the second half of 2002 and provide a virtual "one-stop-shop" for system vendors with best-in-class components from different vendors. "IDT is solidly positioned in the packet processing market by supplying a wide range of components including integrated communications processors, IP co-processors, telecom components, FIFOs and clock management devices," said Rick Kepple, IDT's vice president of strategic marketing. "IDT chose to collaborate with Xelerated Packed Devices as the partnership enables the development and deployment of system solutions that meet the rigorous demands for new generation 10Gbit and 40Gbit core and edge router systems." Xelerated Packet Devices AB Integrated Device Technology Inc. (IDT)

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