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52 Week High
06/12/14 - €8.81
52 Week Low
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Market Cap
370.5M
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applied micro circuits corp (APDA) Details

Applied Micro Circuits Corporation provides connectivity and computing solutions in the United States and internationally. The company offers X-Gene, a server on a chip product for use in cloud data center, computing, and enterprise applications; and embedded computing products that are applied in control- and data-plane functionality, wireless access points, residential gateways, wireless base stations, storage controllers, network attached storage, network switches and routing products, and multi-function printers. It also provides connectivity products, which include framer/mapper devices for optical transport network equipment, and physical layer devices that transmit and receive signals in high-speed serial format; and X-Weave products, which are designed for the needs of public cloud, private cloud, and enterprise data centers. The company sells its products through a network of independent manufacturers' representatives, direct sales force, and distributors. It has collaboration agreement with TE Connectivity to develop high-speed cable connectivity solutions for data center networks. Applied Micro Circuits Corporation was founded in 1979 and is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California.

591 Employees
Last Reported Date: 05/30/14
Founded in 1979

applied micro circuits corp (APDA) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer, President and Direct...
Total Annual Compensation: $600.0K
Chief Financial Officer, Chief Accounting Off...
Total Annual Compensation: $137.8K
Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary
Total Annual Compensation: $312.5K
Vice President of Corporate Marketing and Hum...
Total Annual Compensation: $293.0K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

applied micro circuits corp (APDA) Key Developments

Applied Micro Circuits Corporation and TE Connectivity Collaborate to Develop High-Speed Cable Connectivity Solutions for Data Center Networks

Applied Micro Circuits Corporation and TE Connectivity announced their collaboration to develop high-speed cable connectivity solutions for data center networks. The collaboration will result in active copper cables for connecting servers to top-of-rack (TOR) switches at 50Gbps and 40Gbps speeds using AppliedMicro's DSP-based transceiver and TE Connectivity's high-speed copper cable assemblies. Rapid growth in data center and the increasing CPU density within a rack typically create challenges in managing cable connections to the TOR switches while still maintaining the airflow required for cooling. By enabling bandwidth over copper cables, data center operators will be able to reduce the number of cables connecting CPUs to TOR switches by up to 75% resulting in higher manageability, better cooling and lower cost.

GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY Co. Ltd. and Applied Micro Circuits Corporation Announces Availability of GIGABYTE's MP30 Server Platform

GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY Co. Ltd. and Applied Micro Circuits Corporation have announced the availability of GIGABYTE's MP30 server platform. Powered by AppliedMicro's X-Gene Server on a Chip solution, the MP30 platform offers customers compelling performance-per-watt capability. The MP30 platform enables its users to optimize server hardware for specific workloads, thereby improving performance and value and reducing total cost of ownership. Built around X-Gene's ARMv8-A architecture and offering up to 128GB of highly accessible on-board memory, the GIGABYTE MP30 platform is intended for deployment as a general purpose server for memory-intensive workloads such as in-memory databases, storage, and content distribution networks. Fully compliant with ARM Server Base System Architecture (SBSA) and Server Base Root Requirements (SBBR) standards, GIGABYTE's MP30 server platform represents an optimized application solution for cloud and scale-out computing, supported by a robust network of over 1,000 open source software developers.

DataCentred Integrates AppliedMicro's X-Gene ARM AArch64 Processors into their OpenStack Public Cloud Platform

DataCentred announced that they have integrated servers running AppliedMicro's X-Gene(TM) ARM AArch64 processors into their OpenStack public cloud platform. This development will enable the innovative data center service provider to give customers access to 64 bit ARM hardware via a virtualized architecture that can be spun up on demand. Customers will be able to develop applications on an opex model, thereby avoiding expensive and complex setup and entry costs. The move is also expected to attract businesses and developers who want to take advantage of the cost savings the lower-power chips offer. The emergence of 64-bit ARM processors on servers has huge promise for massive reduction in overall power usage in the data center. The development has come as a result of DataCentred's partnership with Codethink, the system level software infrastructure experts. The two companies have been working together since 2014 to deliver multi-architecture OpenStack cloud service infrastructure for customers requiring access to specific architectures to run targeted workloads. Codethink is working with customers needing the advantages of specific chipsets for their chosen applications such as centralized virtualization of ARM devices. Running OpenStack on HP Moonshot servers running ARM AArch64 processors is the first example of this exciting collaboration. The innovation will eventually drive down the cost of data center operation and, ultimately, the cost of virtualized instances within a customer's service framework. DataCentred's use of open source technologies already enable it to offer the cheapest UK-owned and operated cloud services. This new development will make the service even more attractive to price-sensitive and environmentally-aware consumers.

 

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