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Why I donít buy Eyalís 40G story

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krisi
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krisi   2/21/2012 2:13:54 PM
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Can anyone independently confirm that Aquantia's IP is in Intel Twinville? That would be a great scoop for Aquantia...Kris

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vijay1111   2/21/2012 7:05:51 PM
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@Kris, I think it is from a startup called Aquantia.

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ramirod   2/22/2012 12:13:59 AM
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Yes, Aquantia is the 10GbaseT PHY inside Twinville They have been working on this MAC+PHY integration for about 3 years Broadcom & SolarFlare (fire sold to Marvell last year) have their MAC+Phy solution competing with Twinvile although not successful in 40nm The only other 10GbaseT PHY vendor was Teranetics sold to PLX 2 years ago at low price as well because Teraneticso couldn't win Twinville at Intel

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krisi   2/22/2012 3:28:04 AM
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Anyone has power numbers for both Aquantia/Intel and SolarFlare/Marvell solutions? I believe Aquantia is using analog signal processing and SolarFlare digital...Kris

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