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Due to its simple three-layer structure, Crossbar technology can be stacked in 3D, delivering multiple terabytes of storage on a single chip.
The NEC iStorage Model S4900 series products combine the benefits of the InSpeed SOC 320 with additional state-of-the art technologies such as disk drives carrying rotational speeds of up to 15,000 RPM, a 192GB/s internal data transfer rate with enhanced Crossbar technology, advanced diagnostic capabilities that enable preventive disk drive maintenance.
In addition, the MCU family's innovative crossbar technology gives developers the flexibility to assign peripherals to specific pin locations, thereby easing system layout and eliminating pin conflicts.
The TPC-C tests were conducted on an HP 9000 V-Class Enterprise Server featuring the HyperPlane Crossbar technology with 16 64-bit 2000Mhz PA-8200 processors and 16GB of memory and a D-Class Enterprise Server featuring six 64-bit PA-8200 processors.
The HP Surestore Disk Array XP48 is based on the same innovative crossbar technology of the HP Surestore Disk Array XP512 but in a more compact package.
In addition, the system is based on next-generation crossbar technology and gains a significant leap in performance with the future 32-bit Pentium II Xeon and 64-bit Merced microprocessors.
I-Cube's LS SwitchSet utilizes proprietary crossbar technology, unlike other Fast Ethernet silicon vendors which utilize shared bus and shared memory architectures.
Unlike competitive shared bus and shared memory architectures which get congested at port counts above 4, I-Cube's crossbar technology consistently enables enough bandwidth to switch 100Mb Full-duplex wire speed traffic on every port.