MoSys, Inc. is a publicly traded fabless semiconductor company based in Santa Clara, California that sells solutions[buzzword] for data path connectivity, speed and intelligence while eliminating data access bottlenecks on line cards and systems scaling from 100G to multi-terabits per second. Prior to 2012 it also sold high-performance embedded DRAM under IP cores under the "1T-SRAM" moniker as well high-speed SerDes cores and DDR interface IP. Customers for MoSys IP included a wide range of IDMs, foundries, and other fabless semiconductor companies. Applications included networking, consumer products, graphics systems, general computing, and storage systems.
|Public (NASDAQ: MOSY)|
|Industry||Fabless semiconductor company (IC); semiconductor intellectual property (IP)|
|Founded||United States (September, 1991)|
|Headquarters||Santa Clara, California United States|
|Daniel Lewis - Chief Executive Officer|
|Products||Bandwidth Engine and LineSpeed integrated circuits for networking and communications equipment|
As of December 2010, MoSys IP cores had shipped in over 370 million devices, including mobile consumer devices, home entertainment systems, graphics systems, networking, and data storage systems. The popular Nintendo GameCube and Wii game consoles used MoSys 1T-SRAM memory IP.
- Bandwidth Engine family of integrated circuits: High-density serial memory devices which combine MoSys' patented 1T-SRAM high-density memory technology with its high-speed serial SerDes interface (I/O) technology. Most notably used with the Intel Arria 10 GX and Stratix IV FPGA.
- LineSpeed family of integrated circuits: High-speed CMOS PHY signal integrity solutions designed to support data rates up to 28 Gbit/s for networking, communications, compute, data center and storage applications.
- "MoSys Announces First Shipment and Sample Availability of its Bandwidth Engine IC".
- "MoSys, Inc. Reports Fourth Quarter 2012 Financial Results".
- "MoSys Announces 100G Multi-Mode Gearbox PHY for Networking and Communications Line Cards and Modules".
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