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2006-06-09 FPGAs embed IEEE 1588-compatible Ethernet MAC IP core
Altera and MorethanIP have teamed up to offer what they claim is the first triple-speed Ethernet MAC IP core supporting the IEEE 1588 standard for precision clock synchronization.
2002-07-19 Fordahl oscillator has 120ppm/15 years frequency stability
The DFN-MLECPI series of LVPECL/PECL oscillators from Fordahl SA operates over the frequency range of 622.08MHz to 800MHz.
2002-09-04 Force10 rolls out GbE switches
Force10 Networks Inc. is rolling out E-Series GbE switches that support scaled packet switches across a copper backplane.
2004-10-22 Extreme, Foundry extend wireless LAN switch lineups
Foundry and Extreme extended their WLAN switch lineups with an emphasis on simplified deployment, VoIP support, security and lower cost products for remote offices.
2003-08-13 Extreme Networks to roll 48-port Ethernet switches
Extreme Networks in Australia is offering the Summit 200 10/100 24 and 48-port Ethernet switches.
2002-06-16 Execute or be executed
Before you buy into some PowerPoint presentation, check out the track record of the design team, cautions Linley Group Principal Analyst Linley Gwennap.
2011-08-04 Ethernet switches meet Layer 2, 3 requirements
Extreme Networks' Ethernet Access Switches promise cost effective Layer 2 connectivity for the access layer of the Enterprise network
2010-07-01 Ethernet switch simplifies IPv4/v6 networking
Kontron has released the Gigabit Ethernet switch VX3910, which offers 3U VPX and OpenVPX platforms enterprise-class switching functionality with a total of 28GbE ports
2007-03-16 Ethernet switch packs security functions
The latest member of Broadcom Corp.'s StrataXGS III family of Ethernet switches is sophisticated enough to be called a true security processor.
2001-05-01 Ethernet moves past 10Gbps
Advances in Ethernet and the emergence of an intelligent optical layer have given birth to an alternative transport architecture that extends the power of Ethernet to MANs, WANs, and LAN backbones.
2009-12-21 Ethernet controllers, PHYs support IEEE P802.3az
Broadcom Corp. is offering a range of Ethernet controller and PHY device solutions that support the Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE) IEEE P802.3az draft standard.
2002-04-11 Ericsson 10Gbps EML module transmits up to 80km
The PGT 20406 10Gbps EML module from Ericsson Microelectronics combines a continuous wave DFB laser with an electro-absorption modulator, enabling it to transmit optical signals at distances of up to 80km.
2005-09-23 Ensuring QoS in oversubscribed networks
IP (VoIP), video-conferencing, wireless access, storage management, application hosting, e-mail/web access and document sharing. As this
2011-05-16 Data center offers hosting and net solutions
Extreme Networks has unveiled the Open Fabric data center solution with its Cloud-scale architecture that enables managed hosting and cloud service providers to set up network solutions
2002-05-27 Cypress framer extends 10GbE to SONET/SDH
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. has announced the release of the POSIC10G single-chip framer that extends 10Gb Ethernet LANs over standard SONET/SDH networks.
2004-03-11 Control plane bridge chips span to SPI 4.2Chipsets extend fiber with copper in last mile
Cavium has crafted a device family that provides transparent bridging between an SPI 4.2 device and existing PCI-X.
2006-08-07 Companies shifting to Ethernet/IP-based tech, says report
The MAN test equipment market earned a revenue of $591.7 million in 2004 and is forecasted to reach $1.1 billion in 2011, according to a recent report from Frost & Sullivan.
2002-05-10 CommScope ships 10Gb Ethernet fiber-optic cable
CommScope Properties LLC has announced the availability of its LaserCore 505m fiber-optic cable designed for 10Gb Ethernet applications in LAN, SAN, and WAN infrastructures.
2004-05-04 Cisco, IBM team for data center applications
Cisco Systems and IBM Corp. announced Thursday (April 29, 2004) that they are working together to integrate Cisco's networking boxes with IBM's data center equipment.
2002-03-14 Cielo moves VCSEL arrays into metro nets
Cielo Communications this week is moving its VCSELs into the metropolitan network with the announcement of parallel arrays
2003-06-16 Choosing the right topology for Ethernet
Examine design guidelines for the different Ethernet types and review common problems that occur in Ethernet environments during installation and operation.
2007-07-19 Chips rev up GPON systems
With an eye toward cost reduction and providing triple-play services in a bandwidth-efficient manner, service providers are turning to GPON systems over Ethernet PON to transport 2.5Gbps services in the last mile.
2004-09-02 C-Cor expands Ethernet reach with Optinel acquisition
Broadband access gear supplier C-COR is expanding its optical packet transport capabilities by buying closely held Optinel Systems Inc. for an initial cash payment of about $9.5 million and the assumption of certain liabilities.
2007-05-01 BroadLight unveils quad-channel GPON controller
BroadLight Inc. has increased its optical-line termination solution by a power of four, with the introduction of a quad-channel gigabit passive optical network controller.
2006-05-24 BroadLight unveils new GPON chip
BroadLight Inc. is introducing an optical network termination chip for multi-tenant/multi-dwelling applications using gigabit passive optical networking infrastructure.
2006-11-16 BroadLight rolls out GPON PHY
BroadLight Inc. has upgraded the physical layer IC in its Gigabit passive optical network (GPON) solution, in the last step prior to creating a single-chip optical line-termination system.
2005-03-01 Broadcom: Gbit IP phone won't jam up traffic
The rekindling of the VoIP market sends Broadcom to devise a solution for broadband signal traffic.
2003-03-06 Broadcom to expand networking line with Gadzoox acquisition
Broadcom Corp. has acquired a substantial portion of the assets of Gadzoox Networks Inc.
2013-11-07 Broadcom system management sol'n targets cloud computing
The Broadcom BCM5725 device offers a streamlined, power-efficient and robust Ethernet and manageability solution geared for large data centre and cloud environments.
2002-07-05 Broadcom security chip speeds SSL/TLS record processing
A Broadcom Corp. security processor chip, the BCM5850, is a 2.4Gbps device, speeds the throughput of SSL and TLS e-commerce transactions and data transfers, avoiding security-related bottlenecks on high-speed networks.
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