December 03, 2016 6:31 AM ET

Technology Hardware, Storage and Peripherals

Company Overview of Kandou Bus SA

Company Overview

Kandou Bus SA engages in the design of high speed, pin-, and energy efficient serial links. The company’s technology is used for applications in a range of electronic devices, such as DRAM, where the links increase data transfer speed while lowering energy consumption; graphics cards, where the links lower heat dissipation and increase data throughput; server backplanes, where the links increase speed of data transfer and lower heat dissipation; mobile devices, where the links increase battery life; game consoles, where the links increase data transfer speeds. Its technology is also used for applications in routers, where the links increase of data transfer speeds and lower pin-count; and FP...

PSE-D

Lausanne,  1015

Switzerland

Founded in 2011

Phone:

41 21 693 89 91

Fax:

41 21 693 75 10

Key Executives for Kandou Bus SA

Co-Founder, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer
Co-Founder, Chief Technology Officer and Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Kandou Bus SA Key Developments

Kandou Bus to Introduce Technique for Increasing the Bandwidth of a Multi-Drop Bus at DesignCon 2016

Kandou Bus announced that it will present a paper at DesignCon 2016 that will propose a method for increasing the useful channel spectrum in a multi-drop bus. In a presentation by Ali Hormati, Research Engineer, Kandou will introduce a signaling scheme that delivers significantly more bandwidth than conventional single-ended and differential methods. MDC Signaling offers significant system-level architectural advantages: Multi-Drop Chord Signaling (MDC Signaling) was architected to address the need for growing bandwidth in NAND-based SSD systems where a controller must communicate with many NAND die, or in DDRx multi-drop architectures. The increased capacity offered by MDC Signaling allows system architects and chip designers to contemplate systems with much higher NAND or DDRx capacity. MDC is based on a unique concept whereby the spectrum of a transmitted signal is shaped to match the frequency response of the given channel. Since the signal spectrum now has a notch at a similar frequency to the channel, the useful channel spectrum after the notch can be used advantageously. MDC can be combined with other existing signaling techniques like single-ended, differential and Chord Signaling to further improve signal integrity and lower power.

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