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Pericom Launches HiFlex(TM) Clock Generator Family

Innovative Solution Offers High Performance for Cloud Computing and Networking Applications

SAN JOSE, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 01/28/13 -- Pericom Semiconductor Corporation (NASDAQ: PSEM), a leading supplier of high-speed connectivity, signal-conditioning and timing solutions, today introduced a new family of HiFlex Clock Generators offering multiple frequency outputs with very low jitter, high integration, and high flexibility -- perfect for use in networking, cloud computing, and other high performance platforms that require multiple frequencies and outputs. The new HiFlex clock generator family is designed to drive down the Bill of Materials (BOM) cost and to increase board space utilization of the timing tree. By integrating multiple components of a timing tree into a single clock generator IC, instead of using crystal oscillators (XOs) and fan out buffers, Pericom's family of HiFlex clock generators enables cost savings without sacrificing the necessary performance of customer designs.

One of the main drivers of growth today in the networking segment is the growth in cloud computing and services. According to Forrester Research, cloud computing is projected to be a $241 billion market by 2020 and the infrastructure market has a significant portion of it. Pericom's HiFlex clocks can provide the high performance timing needed for infrastructure, enterprise networking, and data center servers that are part of the cloud-computing ecosystem. Various Tier 1 networking system manufacturers in North America, Asia and Japan have already deployed this family of innovative products in their equipment.

"Timing is absolutely critical in high performance systems to ensure everything is in sync," said Wendy Zhou, marketing director for Pericom's Timing group. "Traditional XOs can provide very good jitter performance, but lack flexibility in terms of output frequency, number of outputs, and also increase board space and costs. Pericom's HiFlex clock family provides a better alternative to system engineers who want a simple and easy design clock tree that meets all performance requirements."

Key features and benefits of the HiFlex Clock IC family include: multiple frequency outputs specific to key protocols, user programmable frequencies across different output protocol types via pin strapping or I2C, jitter performance comparable to traditional XO products, and reduced BOM cost and board space.

Family Offering, Pricing and Availability

  • PI6LC4820 -Ethernet application - 9 outputs
  • PI6LC4830 -PCIe GEN2 application - 5 outputs
  • PI6LC4831A - Ethernet+PCIe GEN2 - 17 outputs
  • PI6LC4840 -Ethernet application - 10 outputs
  • PI6LC4833 -Power PC/Femtocell - 14 outputs
  • PI6LC4872 - Ethernet+Fiber Channel Application - 7 outputs

All part numbers are available now and in volume production.
Prices range across the family from $4.00 to $10.00 @ 10Ku quantities.
Please contact Pericom sales for volume pricing and more information.
Please visit HiFlex Clocks on the Pericom website: http://www.pericom.com/products/clocks/hiflex-clock/#tab-finder for specific details.

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About Pericom:
Pericom Semiconductor Corporation (NASDAQ: PSEM) enables serial connectivity with complete solutions for computing, communications and consumer market segments. Pericom's integrated circuits (IC) and frequency control products (FCP) provide the connectivity, timing, switching, bridging and signal conditioning of high-speed signals required by today's electronic applications. Company headquarters are in San Jose, Calif., with design centers, sales and customer support offices worldwide.

HiFlex is the trademark of Pericom Semiconductor Corporation, all rights reserved. PCI Express and PCIe are registered trademarks of PCI-SIG.

Contact:

NA/EU Marketing Contact:
Wendy Zhou
Marketing Director
Pericom Semiconductor
San Jose, California USA
408-435-0800 x259
Email Contact

Asia Marketing Contact:
Jen Lee
Marketing Director
Pericom Semiconductor
Taipei, Taiwan ROC
+886 2 6616 5700 x891
Email Contact

NA/EU Press Contact:
Sacha Arts
Bella Vista Communications
Los Gatos, California, USA
408-356-3099
Email Contact

Asia Press Contact:
SunRay Liu
New Synergy Consulting
Beijing, PRC
+86-10-6843-0125
Email Contact

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