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EZchip processor powers next-gen ZTE metro switch

Posted: 04 Sep 2002 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:network processor? metro switch?

ZTE Corp., a telecom equipment manufacturer in China, has selected EZchip Technologies' NP-1 network processor to power its next-generation metro switch. The NP-1 is a single-chip 10Gb 7-layer full-duplex network processor with an integration that according to EZchip, slashes the chip-count, power dissipation, complexity, and cost of network processing solutions by as much as 80 percent, while increasing time-to-market support for new applications.

"Since the sampling of NP-1 in April this year, we have seen significant increase of interest and design win momentum with leading network equipment vendors," said Amir Eyal, VP of business development of EZchip Technologies. "The NP-1 represents tremendous cost savings for ZTE and will enable them to reduce development time while increasing the lifecycle of their products in the marketplace."

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