December 16, 2005
Teak Technologies, a provider of theoretically optimal interconnect systems solutions, has been selected to lead the technical subcommittee on high-speed packet switching interconnects within Power.org, an open standards community around chips and systems which use Power architecture technology.
The Technical Subcommittee on Packet Switching Interconnects (PSI-TSC) is the first of its kind to be led by a startup. This subcommittee will exploit key industry directions in defining chip- and subsystems-level architectural reference design standards and specifications for a 10-GbE packet switch module/switching appliance targeted at next generation blade server platforms and to a lesser extent at mid- to low-tier HPC or clustering applications.
"We are very pleased to be leading this effort and will adopt a collaborative approach that involves all interested stakeholders industry-wide," said Sanjay Dua, Chief Marketing Officer at Teak Technologies. "Four major networking systems, semiconductor, software, and manufacturing OEMs have already begun participating in this effort. Our goal is to develop reference design specifications that incorporate best-of-breed solutions and allow for advanced implementations for the purpose of vendor differentiation. Additionally, these specifications will take an end-to-end solutions perspective and encompass all necessary platform requirements including platform management, QoS, and resource virtualization."
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