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May 21

2013

Silicon-proven Solution Enables RapidIO Connectivity for ARM® AMBA Eco-System

Petaluma, Calif. (May 21, 2013). Praesum Communications announces general availability of its Serial RapidIO 2.2 Endpoint Core for ARM AMBA 4 AXI4. "The Praesum Communications AXI to RapidIO interface is a key enabling technology required by ARM-based processing solutions to operate in these applications," said Sam Fuller, Executive Director of the RapidIO Trade Association. "Praesum is an active contributor to the RapidIO specification development, and a long time provider of RapidIO technology to the industry."

January 22

2013

Leading RapidIO Solutions Provider Deploys Smart Switching Technologies

Petaluma, CA January 22, 2013. Praesum Communications announced today that they have re-joined the RapidIO Trade Association as a sponsor. As one of the earliest adopters of RapidIO, Praesum has been committed to creating smart switching technologies in the form of Intellectual Property (IP) cores, boards, and system level products for more than a decade.

January 11

2011

Silicon-proven Solution Enables RapidIO Connectivity for Military Aerospaceand Other Signal Processing Markets

Petaluma, CA, January 11, 2011, Praesum Communications announces general availability of its Serial RapidIO 2.1 Endpoint Core. “Our early access customers have been deploying the 2.1 core for more than a year,” said Praesum CEO Kent Dahlgren. “We are now offering the core to all customers.” Like the entire Praesum IP product line, the Serial RapidIO 2.1 Endpoint Core provides the following benefits:

January 8

2008

Solution Enables Low Cost RapidIO Connectivity for Wireless Infrastructure and Other Markets

Petaluma, CA, January 28, 2008, Praesum Communications continues to expand its portfolio of Serial RapidIO Endpoint solutions with support for the LatticeECP2M™ family of low-cost FPGAs. In addition, Praesum has joined Lattice's ispLeverCORE™ Connections IP partner program.

April 24

2006

Pioneering IP Vendor Extends SwitchKit Offerings

Petaluma, California, April 24, 2006. Praesum Communications continues to expand its portfolio of switching solutions with SwitchKit IP support for the Xilinx developed Aurora protocol.

February 14

2005

Praesum Communications Introduces RapidIO® SwitchKitTM

RapidIO Leader Delivers First Member of Switching Tool-Kit Family

February 14, 2005, Petaluma, California. Praesum Communications continues to break new ground in networking technology with the introduction of RapidIO SwitchKit, a set of Intellectual Property (IP) building blocks for quickly creating customized RapidIO switches.

July 15

2002

​Praesum Introduces World’s First RapidIO® Processor Solution

Preasum Communications, Inc. announced today availability of a new RapidIO IO Logical Layer Initiator Intellectual (IP) Property core. This core, when combined with Praesum’s RapidIO Physical Layer core, represents a complete solution for creating RapidIO processors. The solution has been demonstrated in a Xilinx Virtex-II Pro FPGA resulting the world’s first RapidIO processor.

July 9

2001

Praesum Releases Industry’s First RapidIO® IP Solution

Praesum Communications, an emerging developer of new generation networking and telecommunications equipment, has released the first Rapid IO Core Technology to Xilinx, Inc. The core addresses the demand for high-performance networking and equipment with a 64-bit high performance implementation of Rapid IO capable of scaling to OC-192 line rates or 10 gigabit per second. The core is fully compliant with Revision 1.1 of the RapidIO Physical Layer 8/16 LP-LVDS specification, and supports a flexible buffer management scheme suitable for both end-station and switch-port applications.