[sf-lug] Fwd: [TeamAmiga-fpm] Light Peak
bliss at sfo.com
Fri Oct 22 09:24:07 PDT 2010
Well I may be wrong but some members of this lilst may be
interested in this item about high bandwidth communications.
It may come about...
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Subject: [EE CS Colloq] Intel Light Peak * 4:15PM, Wed October 27, 2010 in
Stanford EE Computer Systems Colloquium
4:15PM, Wednesday, October 27, 2010
NEC Auditorium, Gates Computer Science Building B03
Topic: Intel Light Peak
Speaker: Prashant R. Chandra
Senior Principal Engineer, Intel Labs
About the talk:
Light Peak is a new I/O interconnect technology developed by
Intel aimed at connecting computing and consumer electronic
devices to each other. Light Peak delivers high bandwidth
starting at 10 Gb/s and scaling to 100 Gb/s over the next decade.
Light Peak also has the ability to run multiple protocols
simultaneously over a single cable, enabling the technology to
connect devices such as peripherals, displays, disk drives,
docking stations, and more.
This talk will give a technical overview of the Light Peak
interconnect and describe potential applications of Light Peak
across the computing landscape from smart phones to personal
computers to servers.
More information about Light Peak can be found at:
About the speaker:
Prashant Chandra joined Intel Corpoation in 2000 and is currently
a Senior Principal Engineer in Intel Labs
(http://www.intel.com/research). His current work focusses on
next generation I/O interconnect and system architectures.
Previously he worked on the development of parallelizing
compilers and packet processing applications for network
processors. Prashant holds 14 issued patents in the areas of
computer architecture, network processing architectures, and
packet processing application design. Prashant received his Ph.D
in Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University in the
Prashant R. Chandra
[ 1 ] http://ee380.stanford.edu
[ 2 ] http://www.intel.com/go/lightpeak
ABOUT THE COLLOQUIUM:
See the Colloquium website, http://ee380.stanford.edu, for scheduled
speakers, FAQ, and additional information. Stanford and SCPD students
can enroll in EE380 for one unit of credit. Anyone is welcome to attend;
talks are webcast live and archived for on-demand viewing over the web.
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