IDT DDR3 Register Device and PCI Express Switching and Timing Solutions
SAN JOSE, Calif., January 6, 2009 – IDT® (Integrated Device Technology, Inc.; NASDAQ: IDTI), a leading provider of essential mixed signal semiconductor solutions that enrich the digital media experience, today announced support for Intel® Xeon® processor based on Nehalem which includes production ready, PCI Express® (PCIe®) switching and timing solutions and Intel-validated Double Data Rate 3 (DDR3) register.
“IDT is pleased to provide solutions that are specifically designed to address the challenges found in the next generation of server platforms. Our solution targets the high-performance requirements of next-generation servers and workstations, while continuing to maintain the power efficiency that is critical in this market,” said Mario Montana, vice president and general manager of the IDT Enterprise Computing Division. “We are pleased to work together with Intel to provide our joint customers with a solution designed to solve their real world problems while reducing power consumption and without sacrificing performance.”
“IDT DDR3 registers are a welcome addition to their portfolio of products validated by Intel,” said Paul Fahey, Director of Platform Memory Operations at Intel Corporation. “The availability of validated DDR3 memory enables developers to take advantage of its increased bandwidth when designing platforms based on the Intel® Core i7® and future Nehalem-based Xeon processors.”
IDT extends its DDR3 memory interface leadership with aJoint Electron Device Engineering Council(JEDEC)-compliant integrated register and phase-locked loop (PLL) for DDR3 registered dual in-line memory modules (RDIMMs). The SSTE32882HLB supports the wide range of operating clock speeds, from DDR3-800 to DDR3-1333 with the capability to reach DDR3-1600 speed, and surpasses key requirements for clock dynamic offset, jitter and setup time.Moreover, the device includes expanded built-in test and debug capabilities to facilitate design, test and debug of new RDIMM module designs.
The IDT server solution also includes PCIe Gen2 switching and timing solutions. The IDT switching solutions provide high performance I/O expansion specifically targeting the needs of servers and workstations. They also minimize power consumption, maximize performance-per-watt, and reduce total cost of ownership and thermal design complexity. The IDT timing solutions exceed the demanding PCIe Gen2 and Quick Path Interconnect™ (QPI) phase jitter requirements of Intel® Xeon® processor based on Nehalem.
For additional information on IDT solutions for the computing market, visit www.IDT.com.
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