Sunnyvale, Calif.–Jan. 6, 1998–Artisan Components, Inc. announced that VLSI Technology has signed a $1.1 million corporate-wide agreement topurchase Artisan's 0.20-(m Process-Perfect High-Speed 300-MHz synchronous single-and dual-port SRAM generators. VLSI Technology will use the products in the development of its networking communications, digital entertainment, and advanced computing applications with implementation to begin immediately.

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Sunnyvale, Calif.–Jan. 6, 1998–Artisan Components, Inc. announced that VLSI Technology has signed a $1.1 million corporate-wide agreement topurchase Artisan's 0.20-(m Process-Perfect High-Speed 300-MHz synchronous single-and dual-port SRAM generators. VLSI Technology will use the products in the development of its networking communications, digital entertainment, and advanced computing applications with implementation to begin immediately.

Spokane, Wash.–Dec. 18, 1997–Packet Engines, Inc. (Spokane) demonstrated the PE-4884 Gigabit Routing Switch performing wire-speed routing on 24 Gigabit Ethernet ports across 1.44 million subnet route addresses at last week's GigNet 97 High Speed LAN Solutions Expo in San Jose.

The aggregate routing performance of the PE-4884 in this configuration is more than 35 million packets per second.

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The PE-4884 was configured with 24 Gigabit Ethernet ports, each connected to a NetCom Systems SmartBits. Each port was configured with 60,000 subnet addresses, for a total of 1.44 million addresses. The NetCom Systems SmartBits generated 24 continuous streams of standard Ethernet IP packets and sent them to each port ofthe PE-4884, which in turn routed each packet to the designated address.

The PE-4884 Gigabit Routing Switch is designed to meet the current and future demands of enterprise network backbones. The switch provides non-blocking capacity for 52 Gbps of bandwidth, supporting full loads on up to 25 Gigabit Ethernet ports or 240 Fast Ethernet ports. It supports up to 64,000 MAC or IP addresses per port and provides wire-speed Layer 3 routing and Layer 4 filtering and forwarding for IPv4, IPv6, and IPX traffic.

The PE-4884 has a routing throughput of more than 35 million packets per second and a backplane routing capacity of greater than 70 million packets per second. The switch can route based on a matrix of Layer 3 and Layer 4 attributes providing broadcast containment/suppression, and advanced filtering and forwarding for comprehensive accounting, fire-walling and security. The PE-4884 also offers a broad range of connectivity options with interfaces forGigabit Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, FDDI, SONET, and ATM.

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Also at GigNet, Packet Engines and The Tolly Group performed benchmark tests in which the Packet Engines G-NIC Gigabit Ethernet Network Interface Card (NIC) operated at over 420 Mbps running Microsoft Windows NT Workstation and Server 4.0, on a CarreraComputers Alpha-based system, earning the G-NIC a Tolly Verified” designation.

Packet Engines' G-NIC is a high performance Gigabit Ethernet NIC for 32-bit and 64-bit PCI bus computers. The G-NIC is designed with a range of features to maximize performance and host CPU availabilityin high-end servers and workstations. The G-NIC is ideally suited for Intranets, server clusters, graphics systems, fast back-ups, and other demanding specialized applications. When used in conjunction with Packet Engines' FDR Gigabit Ethernet hubs or Gigabit Ethernet switches, the G-NICs support higher overall network performance.

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Packet Engines Spokane, WA http://www.packetengines.com

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Sunnyvale, Calif.– Oct. 28, 1997– SanDisk Corporation has completed development of the world's first Double Density 80-megabit flash chip. The accomplishment was made possible following two separate 80-megabit joint development programs that SanDisk worked onwith Matsushita Electronics Corp. (MEC) and NEC Corp. When SanDisk commences product shipments, currently planned for mid-1998, the chipwill allow the company to lower flash prices and significantly increase the capacity of all SanDisk flash storage products. The capacity of CompactFlash (CF) memory cards will be more than doubled to 60 megabytes with the 80-megabit chip, while the capacity of other products also will be substantially increased.

This Double Density 80-megabit chip will allow SanDisk to put 10 megabytes in a single standard TSOP (thin small outline package) andenable SanDisk to offer a two-chip, 10-megabyte chipset solution.

The achievement was accomplished by combining the 0.35-(m manufacturing technology of MEC and NEC with SanDisk's patented Double Density Flash. Double Density Flash essentially doubles the capacity of flash storage products by storing two bits of informationin each flash cell. Double Density Flash, sometimes referred to as multistate or multilevel flash technology, was first introduced by both SanDisk and MEC in November, 1996, when they introduced a megabit flash chip. SanDisk was the world's first company to ship 64-multistate flash storage products and is today the only company in production of such products.

With the 80-megabit (or 10-megabyte) flash chip, the top capacityof SanDisk CompactFlash cards increases from 24 to 60 megabytes, the highest capacity CF cards on the market. The top capacity of the flash chipset increases from 8 to 20 megabytes; Type II PC cards from150 to 200 megabytes; Type III PC cards from 300 to 500 megabytes; and SanDisk's embedded 1.8″ FlashDrive from 240 to 350 megabytes. These are now the industry's highest capacity products in their respective categories.

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