Vancouver, British Columbia, July 10, 2007-Teradici Corporation today announced it has selected the MIPS32® 24Kc™ Pro processor core for Teradici's groundbreaking TERA Host and Portal chipset. MIPS Technologies' 24Kc™ core was selected as a highly-configurable processor core with exceptional performance on a MHz per milliwatt basis.
"Teradici recognized the advantage of partnering with MIPS Technologies for the embedded processor for our first device," said Maher Fahmi, vice president of silicon engineering, Teradici Corporation. 'The reliability and performance of MIPS' technology' in combination with Teradici's experienced firmware and SoC design teams, resulted in our early silicon success-allowing our OEM customers to rapidly adopt our PC-over-IPTM processor."
Teradici's chipset TERA Host and Portal chipset is based on breakthrough algorithm innovations in image and I/O bridging. This groundbreaking technology platform for the first time delivers a complete PC or workstation user experience over standard corporate networks. The MIPS 24Kc core manages the media stream IP packets in Teradici's chipset, and is an important element in the power efficiency of Teradici's solution.
"Teradici has developed an innovative solution that is capturing the attention of industry-leading OEMs delivering performance-driven computing," said Brad Holtzinger, vice president of worldwide sales at MIPS Technologies. "We are excited to team with a company that is at the forefront of powerful, new technology, and look forward to working with Teradici on its next-generation data center-based computing designs."
Teradici has developed sophisticated compression algorithms and transparent hardware bridging technology to create a full, responsive, and multimedia-rich PC experience. The TERA Host and Portal chipset is the engine of Teradici's PC-over-IP technology. In the datacenter, PC or workstation blades, rack mount or tower PCs integrate the TERA Host Processor. At the end user's desk, the TERA Portal Processor is integrated into a very simple, stateless device.
About Teradici Corporation
Teradici Corporation has developed a unique technology, called PC-over-IP, which makes network delivered computing a viable corporate computing reality. Founded in 2004 and headquartered in Burnaby, B.C., Canada, Teradici for the first time enables an exceptional end user experience for datacenter-based computing. Through a combination of unique graphics algorithms and high-performance silicon processing, the company is changing how personal computers are used, deployed and managed. More information is available at www.teradici.com.