The IBM PowerPRS 64Gu packet routing switch represents a significant advancement in both performance and compact, low-power design--an increasingly important factor, as space and power requirements become major issues for equipment manufacturers and network service providers.
What does PRS stand for?
PRS stands for Packet Routing Switch (IBM)
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a leading supplier of 10 Gigabit network processors and traffic managers, announced it is working with IBM to demonstrate interoperability between IBM's PowerPRS Q-64G Packet Routing Switch and Bay's Montego OC192c/10G Network Processor/Traffic Manager, as part of IBM's partners alliance program.
The IBM Packet Routing Switch, formerly code-named Prizma, and the IBM Network Processor, formerly Rainier, are the first two products in a range of next-generation network communication components which IBM is determined it will push into the merchant silicon channel ahead of rival products from MIPS and Intel.
NASDAQ:AMCC) today announced the latest members of the industry-leading Packet Routing Switch (PRS) multi-purpose switch fabric family.
Teradiant also demonstrated interoperability of its TeraPacket TN8450 traffic manager with the TeraChip(TM) switch fabric and the AMCC Packet Routing Switch Fabric.
AMCC) (NASDAQ: AMCC) today announced the latest member of the industry-leading Packet Routing Switch (PRS) multi-purpose switch fabric family, recently acquired from IBM.
the developer of next-generation optical networking solutions for metropolitan area networks, today announced it has incorporated IBM's Packet Routing Switch technology into its Single Switch Architecture.
Through this broad technology and services agreement, IBM will supply packet routing switch technology, customized ASICs (application specific integrated circuits), advanced PowerPC processors, and high-performance SRAM for Celox Networks' next-generation IP services delivery switch.