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IDT, AMCC to offer network development solutions

Posted: 22 Oct 2004 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:integrated device technology? idt? applied micro circuits? multi-service edge routers? metro ethernet?

Integrated Device Technology Inc. (IDT) has extended its partnership with Applied Micro Circuits Corp. (AMCC). The companies will deliver a complete development solution for designers of communications equipment including multi-service edge routers, metro Ethernet, and broadband aggregation platforms.

Specifically, the solution is comprised of the AMCC nP3700 and nP3710 integrated network processor/traffic manager devices that interface to the family of IDT NSEs with fully integrated network processor forum (NPF) look aside (LA-1) interfaces. As part of the offering, AMCC is including a daughter card featuring the IDT 75K72234 NSE with dual LA-1 interfaces in the AMCC nPWorkbench 3700 hardware systems shipped to customers, as well as the IDT driver software and system level architecture model (SLAM) that is integrated with the AMCC nP3700 nPWorkshop software suite.

"IDT offers a broad portfolio of NSE solutions optimized to enhance the search performance of solutions based on our NPUs, and extending the successful relationship we have built was a logical choice," said Amit Banerjee, director of strategic marketing for AMCC's Communications Group.

"By teaming with AMCC, we are providing customers complete, easy-to-use solutions with integrated hardware and software development kits and reference designs, thereby reducing their time-to-market, increasing performance, and lowering overall system cost," added Dave Cech, director of marketing for the IDT IP co-processor division.





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