MoSys to Present 25G+ PHY Solutions for Terabit Line Cards and
Next-Generation Networking Equipment at the Linley Tech Carrier Conference
25G+ CDR and PHY devices must support a wide variety of rates and
configurations, flexible distances and broad electrical standards, and improve
SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- May 28, 2014
MoSys, Inc. (NASDAQ: MOSY):
MoSys (NASDAQ: MOSY), a leader in semiconductor solutions that enable
fast, intelligent data access for network and communications systems,
is presenting at The Linley Group’s Linley Tech Carrier Conference
2014. In his presentation, “100G+ Adaptive PHY Technology for
Scalable Reach and Design Flexibility,” MoSys’ VP of marketing and
sales, John Monson, will discuss the need for high-density
connections at the faceplate and flexibility of device placement in
Who: order to enable next-generation platforms and high-density line cards
to extend into the Terabit per second range, low power, high-speed
25G+ PHYs. In order to meet network equipment OEM requirements, 25G+
CDR and PHY devices must support a wide variety of rates and
configurations, flexible distances and broad electrical standards,
and improve ease-of-use. MoSys will introduce its latest LineSpeed™
PHY technology and describe application trends, timelines and
trade-offs for future platforms.
Service providers are under pressure to create new revenue-generating
services while simultaneously reducing costs. These economic forces
are disrupting the traditionally slow evolution of Carrier networks.
What: In response, providers are investigating or deploying new
technologies including software-defined networking (SDN), Network
Functions Virtualization (NFV), Cloud RAN, and heterogeneous wireless
networks (HetNet). Network-equipment vendors must meet customers'
emerging requirements or risk losing relevance and market share.
This two-day, single-track conference focuses on system design for
wired and wireless infrastructure including Carrier Ethernet, optical
transport, broadband infrastructure, and wireless base stations. The
conference will open with a presentation from The Linley Group
highlighting Carrier equipment design trends to provide context for
later presentations. The remainder of the program will include
subjects ranging from access designs to terabit line-card designs.
Relevant chips discussed will include network processors (NPUs),
FPGAs, small-cell processors, control-plane processors, PHYs, and
This conference is intended for system designers, network-equipment
vendors, OEM/ODMs, network service providers, carriers, press and the
financial community. Attendance is free to qualified attendees who
register by June 4, 2014.
When: The Linley Tech Carrier Conference takes place June 10-11, 2014.
Where: Hyatt Regency Santa Clara
5101 Great America Parkway
Santa Clara, California 95054
About MoSys, Inc.
MoSys, Inc. (NASDAQ: MOSY) is a fabless semiconductor company enabling leading
equipment manufacturers in the networking and communications systems markets
to address the continual increase in Internet users, data and services. The
company's solutions deliver data path connectivity, speed and intelligence
while eliminating data access bottlenecks on line cards and systems scaling
from 100G to multi-terabits per second. Engineered and built for
high-reliability carrier and enterprise applications, MoSys' Bandwidth Engine®
and LineSpeed™ IC product families are based on the company's patented
high-performance, high-density intelligent access and high-speed serial
interface technology, and utilize the company's highly efficient GigaChip™
Interface. MoSys is headquartered in Santa Clara, California. More information
is available at www.mosys.com.
Bandwidth Engine and MoSys are registered trademarks of MoSys, Inc. in the US
and/or other countries. GigaChip, LineSpeed and the MoSys logo are trademarks
of MoSys, Inc. All other marks mentioned herein are the property of their
Kristine Perham, +1-408-418-7670
Shelton Group, Investor Relations
Beverly Twing, +1-214-272-0089
Sr. Acct. Manager
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