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IDT rolls out design platforms for ADSL, SOHO gateways

Posted: 31 Jan 2002 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:communication system design tools? integrated devices technology? idt? jungo? communication system design?

Integrated Device Technology Inc. has developed the 79RP351 and 79RP355 reference platforms to help accelerate time-to-market for makers of ADSL and SOHO gateways. Both devices are based on the company's RC32355 integrated processor and will be ported with Jungo Ltd's OpenRG software to address the requirements of specific end-system configurations.

The 79RP351 data-only modem offers ADSL bridge/router and firewall features. It has 8Mb of SDRAM and 2Mb of Flash memory. It also provides an Ethernet and USB port. The 79RP355 is a hardware platform for integrated access devices. It features 16Mb of SDRAM and 2Mb of Flash memory. It also provides an Ethernet port, USB host and device connector, and an optional voice card for telephone interface.

The RC32355 processor gives both boards 8KB of instruction cache and 2KB of data cache. The two boards feature an Alcatel MTK20150 chipset that enables DSL connection and supports ADSL line rates. They also support Viewlogic format schematics and gerber files to enable customers to reuse certain hardware modules for their own designs.

The OpenRG software offers OEMs a comprehensive software package featuring network security, Internet sharing, system management, VPNs and plug-and-play home networking technology including HomePNA, IEEE 802.11b and Bluetooth.

The Linux-based software also contains remote upgrading capabilities and ATM (PPPoA, PPPoE, bridged/routed Ethernet over ATM) and TCP/IP protocol stacks.

The 79RP351 and 79RP355 platforms are priced individually at $2,500 and $4,500, respectively.

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