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Company Overview

EZchip's network processors provide outstanding flexibility and high performance coupled with superior integration and power efficiency. EZchip's NPUs are ideal for a wide range of layer 2 to 7 applications in Carrier, Cloud and Data Center networks, enabling new scalable architectures based on Network Virtualization, SDN and NFV.

 

EZchip Semiconductor is a public company traded on NASDAQ Global Market and the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (symbol EZCH).

 

 

Full Year 2013 and Q4 2013 Conference Call

held Feb. 12, 2014

> Webcast replay

> Script

 

> Q4 2013 Investors Presentation ( 1.2 MB)

 

News

EZchip Announces Filing of 2013 Annual Report

 

EZchip Announces Record Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2013 Results

 

Introducing NPS, a New Breed of C‑Programmable NPU that Enables the Next Wave of High-Performance Smart Carrier and Data-Center Networks

 

EZchip Announces OpenFlow 1.1 Implementations on its NP-4 100-Gigabit Network Processor

 

 

Upcoming Events

Network Virtualization & SDN World 2014

May 27-30, 2014 | London, UK

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Linley Carrier Conference

June 10-11, 2014 | Santa Clara, CA

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Recent Events: EZchip presented at the Linley Data Center Conference on Feb. 5-6 in Santa Clara, CA

 

Challenges in Implementing High-Performance SDN and NFV Systems ( 1.6MB)

Highlights

A New Era of Network Processing

Examines traditional network-processor (NPU) architectures, technology trends driving new requirements, limitations of NPUs and CPUs, and new architectures that overcome these challenges. > read

-- The Linley Group, Oct. 2013


EZchip is participating in the ETSI Industry Specification Group for Network Functions Virtualisation (NFV) to define the requirements for the virtualisation of network functions.

For more information visit www.etsi.org.

 

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Read the Microprocessor Report praising EZchip’s revolutionary new network processor family – the NPS – NPU for next-generation smart networks.

 

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> Microprocessor Report ( 425 KB)