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Marvell Introduces Industry's First 800G Multimode Electro-Optics Platform for Cloud Data Centers
2022-03-02 08:55:11 AM ET (PR Newswire)
Marvell (NASDAQ: MRVL) today announced the industry's first 800Gbps or 8 x 100Gbps multimode platform solution, that enables data center infrastructure to achieve dramatically higher speeds for short-reach optical modules and Active Optical Cable (AOC) applications. As artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML) and high-performance computing (HPC) applications continue to drive greater bandwidth requirements, cloud-optimized solutions are needed that can bring lower power, latency and cost to short-range data center interconnections. The new 800G platform, which includes Marvell's PAM4 DSP with a multimode transimpedance amplifier (TIA) and Driver, enables faster data center speeds scaling to 800Gbps, using conventional cost-effective vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser (VCSEL) technology while accelerating time-to-market with plug-and-play deployment.
Today's data centers are packed with equipment utilizing optical modules or AOCs connected by multimode optical fiber optimized for communication over short distances within data centers. This 100G per lane multimode fiber provides cost-effective, low-power, short-reach connectivity. To support multi-gigabit transmissions, multimode architectures often use VCSEL transmitters, which offer the cost benefits of reliability, power efficiency and easy deployment.
To increase interconnect speeds required by today's data center operators, they must upgrade their equipment while minimizing the cost and complexity of multimode fiber replacement. With the introduction of the industry's first 800G multimode platform solution data centers can double the data rate to achieve 800G speeds using the same multimode fiber. The new Marvell platform is an easy plug-and-play option for optical modules and AOC used in routers and switches, enabling faster, more cost-effective upgrades without overhauling fiber networks.
"As a pioneer in PAM4 DSP technology for data centers, Marvell is the first in the industry to offer a cost-effective, plug-and-play platform solution that supports 800G speeds using VCSEL technology and multimode fiber," said Lian Qin, associate vice president, Optical and Copper Connectivity Group, Marvell. "With this industry-first 800G multimode platform solution, we are transforming today's data centers to deliver the required bandwidth to support the data centers of tomorrow."
"The demand for high-speed optical interconnects in data centers continues to exceed expectations, increasing 80x over the past decade to reach 800G," said Vlad Kozlov, founder and CEO, LightCounting Market Research. "We predict continued strong demand for short-reach, low-cost multimode technology, and Marvell's 800G multimode platform is the first solution to address this market need. The platform delivers a highly integrated, cost-effective and easy-to-deploy approach that's optimized to drive massive data center growth in the coming years."
Marvell is addressing a variety of options in the data center as each cloud is unique, requiring varying distances for its interconnects and optimal technologies to support its infrastructure -- often a mix of different interconnect types. By fostering an open ecosystem of interoperable solutions, Marvell is enabling the delivery of cloud-optimized solutions to the world's largest carrier and data center networks.
PAM4 DSPsThe Marvell(R) Spica(TM) PAM4 DSP is the industry's first 800Gbps or 8x100Gbps PAM4 DSP to support 800G optical modules in QSFP-DD800 and OSFP form factors. Spica is a field-proven, low-power, high-performance PAM4 DSP, optimized for optical transceiver modules applications, with various package options for all major module form factors. Spica DSPs are optimized for both multimode and single-mode applications.
Multimode DriverThe Marvell IN5614DV is a 56GBaud low power VCSEL linear driver for PAM4 optical modules or Active Optical Cables. The TIA is optimized for routing with a channel pitch aligned to the VCSEL optics driving over multimode fiber.
Multimode TIAThe Marvell IN5669TA is a 56GBaud low power VCSEL TIA for PAM4 optical modules. It features a wide dynamic range to meet the different performance and link requirements for optical applications and excellent signal integrity necessary for PAM4 modulation schemes.
Marvell is showcasing its new 800G multimode platform solution alongside its comprehensive portfolio of cloud-optimized electro-optics PAM DSP, Coherent DSP, DCI modules, switch and PHY solutions at OFC in San Diego, Calif. (booth #2301) March 8-10, 2022.
AvailabilityThe Marvell chipset is available now and sampling to leading customers. Additional resources can be found on the media kit page.
About MarvellTo deliver the data infrastructure technology that connects the world, we're building solutions on the most powerful foundation: our partnerships with our customers. Trusted by the world's leading technology companies for over 25 years, we move, store, process and secure the world's data with semiconductor solutions designed for our customers' current needs and future ambitions. Through a process of deep collaboration and transparency, we're ultimately changing the way tomorrow's enterprise, cloud, automotive, and carrier architectures transform--for the better.
Needham Adjusts Marvell Technology's Price Target to $115 from $110, Keeps Buy Rating
2022-01-04 02:07:22 PM ET (MT Newswires)
02:07 PM EST, 01/04/2022 (MT Newswires) -- Marvell Technology (MRVL) has an average rating of outperform and price targets ranging from $62 to $120, according to analysts polled by Capital IQ.
(MT Newswires covers equity, commodity and economic research from major banks and research firms in North America, Asia and Europe.
Goldman Adjusts Marvell Technology Price Target to $98 From $95, Reiterates Buy Rating
2022-01-03 12:02:16 PM ET (MT Newswires)
12:02 PM EST, 01/03/2022 (MT Newswires) -- Marvell Technology (MRVL) has an average buy rating and price targets ranging from $63 to $120.
(MT Newswires covers equity, commodity and economic research from major banks and research firms in North America, Asia and Europe.
Marvell Technology, Inc. Declares Quarterly Dividend Payment
2021-12-17 04:05:09 PM ET (PR Newswire)
Marvell Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ: MRVL), today announced a quarterly dividend of $0.06 per share of common stock payable on January 26, 2022 to shareholders of record as of January 7, 2022.
To deliver the data infrastructure technology that connects the world, we're building solutions on the most powerful foundation: our partnerships with our customers. Trusted by the world's leading technology companies for 25 years, we move, store, process and secure the world's data with semiconductor solutions designed for our customers' current needs and future ambitions. Through a process of deep collaboration and transparency, we're ultimately changing the way tomorrow's enterprise, cloud, automotive, and carrier architectures transform--for the better.
Marvell(R) and the Marvell logo are registered trademarks of Marvell and/or its affiliates.
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My 2nd and 3rd buy limit orders are 81.58 and 78.68, which are Fib Ret 0.50 and 0.618 respectively.
Support giving up. I’m about to get out.
Still waiting for the back-test on the 30 minutes. Let see if the support holds at the close.
Looks like 84 was bottom. Good call
Should be a nice gain.
Using Fibonacci Retracement, current support level is 84.47 at Fib 0.382. My 1st of 3 buy limit order is there. This is a healthy pullback since the Dec 2nd gap up and run.
Except today! Lol
Sounds like a plan.
I bought some time ago and I like
This company a lot.
Best to all Shareholders
MRVL is flying under the 5g radar I rebought some though not as many as previously. I like the companie the stock is trying to breakout recently but also like the slow progression upwards. We shall see not sure where I will sell again maybe after a real breakout to $50 or more.
Any reason why there are not many shareholders
Chatting about this company. Seems to me it’s doing well
But not much Rah Rah. Just wondering if I missed
Best to all Investors
Out some 43's on the boom!
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Arya said Marvell should be able to sustain double-digit revenue growth for at least the next couple of years as 5G-related sales ramp from between $40 million and $50 million in the second half of 2019 to between $300 million and $400 million in 2020 and between $500 million and $600 million in 2021.
Bank of America has a Buy rating and $32 price target for MRVL stock.
Today was perfect for adding more $MRVY.....
News: $MRVL This 5G Stock Has Jumped 60% in 2019, but Looks Good for More Upside
Marvell Technology Group (NASDAQ: MRVL) stock has been on fire this year, even though its business has not been in the best shape. The company's earnings have gone south for five straight quarters, while the top line has decelerated for two quarters in a row. Marvell's recently re...
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Did you notice the SEC filing and fine last week for misleading financial reporting/statements for an “undisclosed revenue management scheme”? SEC fines are common, but financial reporting fines/settlements seem to happen very infrequently for public companies.
I’m surprised the stock is not reacting to this news detailed in the SEC report. Here are my thoughts, I’d love to hear others.. am I way off here?
The SEC filing notes irregularities discovered in years 2015 and 2016 and MRVL settled with cease and desist. However, this kind of revenue management technique can be carried on for a long time (since a balance sheet account is being manipulated) and then blows up. Future years are not discussed one way or another in the SEC filing, other than the panic within the company about continuing the revenue scheme to keep meeting earnings and how this eventually affects future earnings.
The stock price barely reacted DESPITE the company issuing, the next day, earnings guidance that next quarter earnings is going to miss. I do not think investors realize how much earnings can miss when this kind of revenue scheme comes to an end and is reflected in the financial statements.
Tech company revenue recognition can be extremely difficult, especially for longer term projects, custom software, or third party suppliers or distributors. This undisclosed revenue scheme alleges that the company was pulling from future earnings (basically customer deposits or unearned revenue on in-process projects) to meet current earnings targets. "Unearned revenue" is the account on the balance sheet holding future earnings, and is where they were pulling from to meet projected revenues on their balance sheet.
However, in 2019 this unearned revenue account went from around $50-$70M most years to just under $5M. It appears the gig is up, as there is very little to pull from or all future earnings have been pulled for past earnings by the revenue scheme from this account (or unreasonably shipped to customers, as discussed in the SEC charges).
The last few quarters, unearned revenue/deferred income was so small it was buried with other liabilities, not presented on the front of the balance sheet, so it is difficult to track this account during 2019.
On page 6 of the SEC filing, the impact on future earnings and the vicious cycle of this unearned revenue scheme is highlighted. The SEC filing does not note when the undisclosed revenue management scheme ended or any information about 2017 and future years.
Here is an excerpt from Page 6 of the SEC report:
“ c. Second Quarter of Fiscal Year 2016 (ended August 1, 2015) 20. Several weeks into Q2 FY2016, Marvell’s senior management renewed its pressure on its sales managers to pull-in as much revenue as possible to meet the quarter’s revenue targets. Internal FP&A analyses reflected that the combination of declining market demand coupled with the effects of the prior quarter pull-ins had left the company almost $100 million short of its public revenue guidance of $710-$740 million. Again, senior management’s response was that the company could simply not afford to miss its revenue guidance. As one Marvell employee explained: “[W]e need to pull into this QTR, we are still short, we will worry about next QTR later.” “
Either way, the unearned revenue account affected dropped 90% on last fiscal year financials ending 2/2019 to only $5M and they announced disappointing earnings for next quarter.. I certainly am short now and curious to see how this scheme ending plays out in earnings released December 2019!!!
SEC filing https://www.sec.gov/litigation/admin/2019/33-10684.pdf
SEC news release https://www.sec.gov/news/press-release/2019-175
Marvell Financials https://investor.marvell.com/financial-information/annual-reports
Profits taken and we await next move in Marvell
*****Update******* Our trade has worked out perfectly in MRVL , so we have taken profits and will wait for reentry once the SMH has found some stability. Despite the lovely gains in the last few weeks call buyers have been very active, loading up on calls with a $28 strike. We do find this as a compelling reason to stay long but discipline dictates that profits must be taken, remember "PIGS GET SLAUGHTERED" greed is the devil to traders
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