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).
Q3 2013 Conference Call
held on Nov. 6, 2013
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> Q3 2013 Investors Presentation ( 1.6 MB)
EZchip Announces Record Third Quarter 2013 Results
EZchip Issues Clarifications Relating to Cisco’s Recent NPU Announcement
and Speculation Regarding ZTE
EZchip Announces Second Quarter 2013 Results
EZchip Announces First Quarter 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 Selects Marvell as its NP-5 ASIC Partner;
NP-5 has been selected by a leading tier-1 router vendor
NetLogic and EZchip Collaborate to Deliver High-Performance Packet Processing Solutions for Terabit Class Systems
EZchip Announces OpenFlow 1.1 Implementations on its NP-4 100-Gigabit Network Processor
EZchip's presention from the New Telecosm Summit on December 3rd in NYC
EZchip and the Cloud Network ( 9MB)
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Building Scalable and Efficient SDN and NFV Architectures ( 1.5MB)
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.
Read the Microprocessor Report praising EZchip’s revolutionary new network processor family – the NPS – NPU for next-generation smart networks.
> Microprocessor Report ( 425 KB)