A US company claims it has developed multispeed silicon for network OEMs, enabling them to integrate Gigabit Ethernet into existing 10/100Mbps systems.
Jato Technologies, based in Austin, Texas, said that its Netcelerator architecture and drivers will allow multispeed Ethernet to run on existing networks.
According to the company, its architecture makes older Ethernet controllers obsolete by combining host offload, bus acceleration and fast data transfer on to a single chip.
Jato is aiming its silicon and software at servers and high end workstations. It claims Netcelerator will allow data transfer at all three Ethernet speeds - 10, 100 or 1,000Mbps - plus embedded data buffers will cut the cost of external memory and host offload engines.
This last feature, said Jato, will allow virtual Lan filtering for up to 16 Vlans, IP at the chip level, 50 per cent faster PCI bus throughput than rival products, and fibre/Base-T ready interfaces.
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