CebaTech is focused on helping customers save time and improve efficiency in the development of electronic designs. The company is pioneering a new approach to ESL-based design in which untimed ANSI C is the design language, verification takes place in a pure C software environment, architecture is explored and implemented in the C source, and synthesizable Verilog RTL is automatically generated. The result is a flow that dramatically shortens the development time for complex chips -- whether they be ASSP-, ASIC- or FPGA-based designs. CebaTech enables rapid implementation of software algorithms in dedicated hardware, which allows customers to produce lower cost and lower power chips.
"The low latency, high bandwidth interconnect provided by HyperTransport, coupled with CebaTech's C-to-RTL compiler technology, enables the use of FPGAs as parallel co-processors in compute-intensive applications such as financial analysis, oil and gas exploration, and life sciences. Working with existing HyperTransport members such as DRC Computer Corp., CebaTech and its partners make possible the efficient delivery of previously unattainable levels of acceleration for compute-intensive applications," said John Emmitt, ESL Product Manager for CebaTech.
About the HyperTransport(TM) Technology Consortium
The HyperTransport Technology Consortium is a membership-based, non-profit organization that manages, promotes and licenses HyperTransport Technology. The HyperTransport Consortium consists of over 60 industry-leading members, including founding members Advanced Micro Devices, Alliance Semiconductor, Apple, Broadcom, Cisco Systems, NVIDIA, PMC-Sierra, Sun Microsystems and Transmeta. Membership is based on a yearly fee and it is open to any company interested in licensing the royalty-free use of HyperTransport technology and intellectual property. Consortium members have full access to HyperTransport technical documents database, they may attend Consortium meetings and events and may benefit from a variety of technical and marketing services, including the new, member-driven web portal, whose business benefits are part of a wide array of services offered by the Consortium free of charge to member companies. To learn more about member benefits and on how to become a Consortium member, please visit the Consortium Web site at www.hypertransport.org.
DRC delivers complete solutions for compute-intensive problems and for accelerating high-performance applications in a tightly coupled coprocessing environment. DRC is the leading provider of coprocessor systems that plug directly into a systems processor socket. Offloading CPU-intensive software subroutines to hardware in a DRC Reconfigurable Processor Unit (RPU) makes applications run many times faster than ordinary solutions connected to a peripheral bus. Coprocessor bandwidth and latency bottlenecks are all but eliminated. The company's RPU and development systems also solve the high-performance computing industry's growing physical limitations of heat, clock speed and density. More information about DRC is available at www.drccomputer.com.
Founded in early 2004 and headquartered in Eatontown, N.J., CebaTech Inc. develops ESL tools and intellectual property modules that accelerate the development and realization of software algorithms and complex communication protocols in silicon. CebaTech's products will include high-value, 10G TCP/IP cores for networking, storage, and communication systems and servers, as well as ESL technology that transforms SoC/ASIC/FPGA development into a C-based design process, alleviating existing verification bottlenecks, reducing costs and accelerating time to market.
CebaTech is privately held. For more information about the company, visit www.cebatech.com.
Linda Marchant, 919-451-0776