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Lattice chip powers Avaya multiservice switches

Posted: 29 Oct 2002 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:field-programmable system chip? avaya multiservice switches? ethernet?

Avaya Inc. has installed Lattice Semiconductor Corp.'s ORLI10G Field-Programmable System Chip (FPSC) within its Avaya P580 and the Avaya P882 MultiService Switches.

Avaya has integrated 10Gb Ethernet (10GbE) modules into the flagship products of its Cajun MultiService Switching family, designed to provide additional bandwidth and smarter networking hardware and software. All 10GbE traffic that flows through the Avaya switches will be carried by Lattice's ORLI10G FPSC, a 10Gb line interface device that acts as a conduit for Ethernet traffic transmitted over optical components.

"Lattice is pleased to provide Avaya with a solution for 10Gb Ethernet in their Avaya Cajun family of MultiService Switches," said Stan Kopec, VP of marketing at Lattice. "The ORLI10G was designed to handle the demands of 10GbE architectures, an essential technology for the rapidly expanding Metropolitan networking market. The ORLI10G's embedded XSBI core solves high-speed transponder interface issues, while our PCS IP core provides the critical Physical Coding Sublayer functions."

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