Both the XM1014 and XM1018 act as clock buffers that can be driven externally by either a single-ended or differential input at frequencies up to 250MHz. Like other X-EMI products, both of these parts are ideal for any electronics system, particularly those utilizing PCI Express. The widespread applicability of the products includes telecom equipment; server systems; consumer electronics; and, systems with DVI (digital visual interface) interconnects, such as monitors, HDTV, LCD projectors, set-top boxes, graphics cards and notebook computers.
Information on all products is available at X-EMI's booth in the PCI Express Community through October 18 at the Taipei International Convention Center. Booth visitors can also see a demonstration of the EMI-reduction products in X-EMI's portfolio.
Magellan's President & CEO, Mr. Stone Peng, said that he expects the X-EMI parts to be popular with Pan Asian manufacturers based on cost, integration and versatility. Potential customers can arrange for samples or volume orders of any of the available X-EMI parts. Pricing information can be obtained by contacting X-EMI at Email Contact or through the company's website; or by calling 512-493-9660.
X-EMI closed its Round A funding cycle in July at over $13 million. In addition to introducing the XM1011 clock synthesizer in Taiwan last week, the company's three EMI-reduction silicon products -- the XM1001, XM1004 and XM1008 -- were introduced worldwide in August. Each offers a stand-alone oscillator/frequency synthesizer with Extreme EMI Reduction(TM), a differential or single-ended input and output, PCI Express and SATA support. The XM1001 may also be used as a receiver with all X-EMI Extreme EMI Reduced Clock buffers (XClk(TM)) such as the quad XM1004 and octal XM1008.
CONTACT: Company: Louis Grantham, Director of Product Marketing of X-EMI,
office: +1-512-493-9660, mobile: +1-469-733-7812, Email Contact; or
Media: Karen Johnson, office: +1-512-858-9598, mobile: +1-512-632-9636,