Manufacturing and Reliability
MoSys is an ISO 9000 certified IC manufacturer, and its Bandwidth Engine product has been qualified to meet carrier-grade reliability requirements.
The massive increase in number of users, amount of data per user and more complex, real-time bandwidth-intensive services, such as video-on-demand, Internet protocol TV, peer-to-peer, Cloud Computing, Web 2.0 applications, and 3G/4G, are spurring the demand for higher data throughput.
Service providers need innovative new technologies to manage quality of service and network security in addition to expanded monitoring, measurement and administration functions to satisfy high expectations in user experience. This means routers, switches, and communications equipment must support aggregate data rates in the 100s of Gbps with increased data processing per packet. In order to meet these requirements, data access and throughput bottlenecks between data processing elements and memory need to be solved.
MoSys® Bandwidth Engine family of ICs, with its combination of serial I/O, high-speed memory, efficient access, and intelligent offload drastically increases data accesses per second, removing these bottlenecks.
Programmable HyperSpeed Engine (PHE) ICs further leverage the company’s proven serial interface technology and high-density integrated memory, by adding 32 Risc core processors to enable customizable search, security, and data analysis functions for networking, security, and data center applications.
LineSpeed™ 100G PHY products are optimized to enable higher-density, lower-power data path connectivity as electrical interface rates transition from 10Gbps to 25Gbps, which is necessary to support high density 10, 25, 40, and 100G electrical and optical Ethernet and Optical Transport Network (OTN) interfaces.
When LineSpeed PHYs are combined with the packet processing offload capabilities of the Bandwidth Engine family and/or the integrated processing engine capability of Programmable HyperSpeed Engine (PHE), MoSys solutions are enabling speed, density and intelligence in the network.