In this web seminar, sponsored and hosted by the HyperTransport Consortium, you will learn about Commex Technologies' in-server content-aware routing technology and its HyperTransport HTX-based add-in card solution. The Commex solution smartly leverages multiple CPU cores to achieve reduced TCO via more efficient server CPU resource utilization (multicore scalability), multicore differential services (e.g., simultaneous low latency and high throughput from single server), and improved server availability. Benefits of the Commex technology are demonstrated for several applications, including web, streaming media, financial, and telecom.

To deliver its state-of-the-art multicore performance optimization, Commex content-aware routing technology leverages the direct CPU connect capability of the HyperTransport HTX slot connector for low packet traffic latency and high throughput.

Ze'ev Rivlin, Commex Technologies, Ltd., Vice President, Marketing
Ze'ev Rivlin leads the Commex Technologies marketing team, focusing on product marketing and strategy, competitive positioning, and business development. Since 1999, he has led marketing and business development efforts at several startups. Before coming to Commex, Ze'ev drove business development efforts at Oplus Technologies (acquired by Intel Corporation) developing new markets for video processing SoCs resulting in successful introduction of numerous products with Tier 1 Japanese OEMs such as Yamaha. At Intel, he was a strategic planner developing innovative new features for Intel's Mobility Group platforms, including computationally efficient HW implementations of Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR). Ze'ev possesses expertise in the field of ASR, engaging in research in the field from 1990-1998 at AT&T Bell Labs and SRI International, and in various other capacities, deriving new strategic applications for ASR in the market. Ze'ev holds a B.S. in Computer Science from Temple University and an M.S. in Electrical Engineering from Drexel University.

Mario Cavalli, HyperTransport Consortium, General Manager
Mario Cavalli is responsible for directing the industry strategy, market positioning activites, membership development and overall business and finances of the HyperTransport Technology Consortium. Mario is an experienced industry executive with more than 30 years of involvement in advanced semiconductor and computer system technology and over 20 years of executive management expertise in the U.S. and Europe. As president of Business Development International, a company he founded in 1990, Mario developed considerable executive level involvement with the worldwide electronics industry and played a key role in the launch of innovative semiconductor and computer technologies into global markets for U.S. and European companies, resulting in two successful IPOs. Mario is a former executive vice president in international sales for Selectica, Inc., a leading supplier of enterprise software platforms for e-commerce applications. He was also responsible for the direction of Ing. C. Olivetti & C., S.p.A.'s advanced PC technology acquisition program.