integrated device tech inc (IDTI) Key Developments
IDT Announces Collaboration with Intel to Enable a Wire-Free World
Sep 9 14
Integrated Device Technology, Inc. announced at the Intel Developer Forum that it is working closely with Intel on the development of wireless charging solutions to accelerate the delivery and adoption of the nascent technology. As silicon and solutions leaders in wireless charging, the two companies expect to bring a new generation of wireless capabilities that make charging consumer products easier than ever. Based on magnetic resonance technology, these capabilities will enable the charging of multiple devices simultaneously and through chargers built into objects such as tabletops. This collaboration is the latest step in IDT's drive to deliver relief from the worry of running out of power, the clutter of wires, and the need to travel with chargers. The two companies, both board members of the Alliance for Wireless Power (A4WP), will define, design and manufacture next-generation solutions that comply with the A4WP magnetic resonance standard. The new technology will offer the ability to charge both lower and higher power devices, from wearables and phones to tablets and PCs. The companies expect to have their technology in products in 2015.
Orange Silicon Valley Uses Integrated Device Technology, Inc.'s Scalable x86 Compute Cluster and 20 Gbps RapidIO Interconnect Switches and Bridges as the Processing Platform During the Fifa World Cup Finals
Sep 4 14
Integrated Device Technology, Inc. announced that Orange Silicon Valley used IDT's scalable x86 compute cluster and 20 Gbps RapidIO interconnect switches and bridges as the processing platform to execute high-performance analytics on real-world social media traffic during the FIFA World Cup finals. For its test project, Orange Silicon Valley developed the platform to test the viability of real-time analysis of consumer interests and sentiments during the highly viewed World Cup matches. The analytics were deployed on IDT's RapidIO-connected x86 cluster running on the data center compute and networking (DCCN) motherboards developed by Prodrive Technologies. IDT's RapidIO switches offer 20 Gbps of bandwidth per link, 100 ns cut-through latency, robust fault tolerance and hot-swap support, built-in reliable transmission, and non-blocking switch performance--all of which are essential to running mission-critical analytics in a wireless network with co-located servers. The project with Orange sought to conduct deep analysis of network traffic in real time, co-located at the edge of the network at the base station. To check the viability of the plan, engineers tested their analytics on ultra-low latency, energy-efficient, computationally dense systems using real social media traffic.
Integrated Device Technology, Inc. to Showcase DDR4 Memory Interface Technology and Other Key Products at Intel Developer Forum 2014
Aug 27 14
Integrated Device Technology, Inc. announced that it will showcase its DDR4 memory interface technology and other key products at Intel Developer Forum 2014, Sept. 9 through 11 at Moscone West in San Francisco. The IDT demos will show how the company's products are being used to enable complete ecosystems for next-generation server systems. At IDF, IDT will demonstrate how its DDR4 LRDIMM handles bandwidth on a high-memory-intensive application. The demos can be seen at IDT's DDR4 Memory Community Exhibitor Booth 373 and the Samsung booth 375. In addition, at its Technology Showcase in booth 464 IDT will provide information on its latest developments in magnetic resonance wireless charging technology. The company also will demonstrate its high-performance analytics cluster with RapidIO(R), which will showcase how the company's RapidIO switches can be used in high-performance computing system servers to deliver lightning-fast analysis of massive volumes of data; programmable multi-channel power management IC (PMIC) designed for the Intel(R) Baytrail Atom(TM) processor. The IDT P9145, coupled with P9147/48 distributed power units, provides a scalable, programmable, multi-channel power management solution designed to meet high-performance requirements while offering high-feature integration that minimizes system board area and bill-of-materials cost and 89HT0832P 16-lane, 8Gbps PCIe(R) 3.0 retimer, which offers top analog performance, advanced digital processing and diagnostic features. This chip extends 8GTps communication over long PCB traces or cables.
Integrated Device Technology, Inc. Presents at Oppenheimer 17th Annual Technology, Internet & Communications Conference, Aug-13-2014 03:15 PM
Aug 7 14
Integrated Device Technology, Inc. Presents at Oppenheimer 17th Annual Technology, Internet & Communications Conference, Aug-13-2014 03:15 PM. Venue: Four Seasons Hotel, 200 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02116, United States. Speakers: Brian C. White, Chief Financial Officer and Vice President, Gregory L. Waters, Chief Executive Officer, President and Director.
Integrated Device Technology, Inc. Names Kousuke Hazama as Senior Manager and Country Manager for Japan
Aug 1 14
Integrated Device Technology, Inc. announced it has named Kousuke Hazama as senior manager and country manager for Japan, effective immediately. In his role, Hazama will be responsible for overseeing IDT operations throughout this key market for the semiconductor company. Hazama previously served as the representative director and Japan country manager for LSI Japan.