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2003-06-04 Interphase cards eliminate network bottlenecks
The 45NS (PMC) and 55NS (PCI) network security acceleration adapters from Interphase Corp. are designed to eliminate the bottleneck on network traffic caused by VPNs, gateways, secure routers, and firewalls.
2012-02-16 Intel details next-gen comms platform
The Crystal Forest platform will enable equipment manufacturers to design more flexible platforms, from small- to medium-sized business firewalls to high-end routers.
2013-10-30 IBM licenses ARM Cortex processors for comms apps
IBM plans to offer the microprocessors to its custom-chip clients, companies that build network routers, switches and the cellular base stations.
2002-05-02 Hitachi ZBL SRAMs operate up to 250MHz
Designed using the company's 0.185 CMOS process, Hitachi Ltd's series of 9Mb/18Mb zero bus latency (ZBL) SRAMs operate up to 250MHz and are used as buffer or table memories in communication equipment such as routers and switches.
2001-03-26 High Performance CAMs For 10 Gb/s And Beyond
This paper explains the relevance of high-performance ternary CAMs (content addressable memories) with single-cycle longest-match search throughput in emerging terabit routers and high-speed switches.
2004-03-01 Hifn protocol processor targets IPsec, SSL apps
Hifn's HIPP II 8155 security protocol processor delivers optimal price and performance for IPsec and SSL apps such as routers, switches, and VPN gateways.
2015-11-03 Hardware emulation for complex networking chips
To overcome network congestion and outages, project teams designing complex switches and routers have turned to hardware emulation as the foundation for their verification strategy.
2004-02-25 Global router, switch market up 13 percent in Q4 '03
The worldwide revenue for service provider routers and switches totaled $1.4B during the fourth quarter of 2003, up by 13 percent from the third quarter of the same year.
2002-06-16 Gigabit Ethernet finds solid ground in design puzzle
The advent of 10GbE standard is generating widespread interest in designing low cost triple-speed networking cards, cabling, stacking switches and core routers for high-speed network apps.
2005-08-25 Getting the most from multiprocessor SoC design
Multiple processor designs are now found in a number of applications ranging from cellular phones and ink-jet printers all the way up to huge network routers.
2011-04-18 Front-end module offers WiFi, Bluetoot filtering
Avago Technologies has released the AFEM-S102 front-end module with filtering for 802.11b/g/n WiFi and Bluetooth radios in handsets and mobile routers for tablets and other portable PC devices.
2007-07-26 Femtocells challenge Wi-Fi dominance in the home
Femtocells represent the first real challenge to the increasing dominance of Wi-Fi routers in the home.
2004-03-12 Exar clocks offer improved skew performance
Exar has developed a series of clock and timing devices targeted at wireless basestations, network switches, and routers.
2008-08-28 Ethernet SFP cage 'first' to offer 10 ports
Pulse, a Technitrol Co., has introduced a 1x10, small form-factor pluggable (SFP) cage for use in Ethernet equipment such as blade servers, switches, routers, and add/drop muxes.
2003-05-29 ESD Protection IEEE 1394 Data Lines
This application note discusses ESD suppression and protection in IEEE 1394 Data Lines, used mostly in PCI adapter cards, hubs, routers, etc.
2007-06-18 Entropic fields broadband chip for China
With China in mind, Entropic Communications Inc. will release a second-generation broadband access client chip aimed at low-cost customer-premises equipment, such as simple access points, home gateways and advanced routers.
2004-09-16 Designing an easy-to-use wireless router for the SOHO market
Discuss challenges encountered when designing routers that address WLAN or Wi-Fi scalability in the home and enterprise.
2003-06-01 Design of low-cost multiprocessing platform for packet processing
With the growing Internet traffic demands for high-speed processing, routers are expected to provide advanced packet-processing functions like classification, filtering, queuing, and differentiated services.
2009-02-11 DDR cable assemblies provide 40Gbit/s speed
Molex Inc. has developed DDR cable assemblies that increase system speeds while improving signal quality and lowering overall costs. Based on the DDR specifications by the InfiniBand Technology Group, Molex's LaneLink DDR InfiniBand cable assemblies are suitable for server storage applications including SAN switches, routers and server storage racks as well as RAID devices.
2002-06-28 Cypress samples SiGe SONET/SDH serdes
Cypress Semiconductor's CYS25G0102DX OC-48/STM-16 serdes is designed for use in OC-48/STM-16 switches, routers, DWDM systems and add/drop MUXs.
2003-04-16 Cut to the core of optimal MPLS router design
Sophisticated router design necessitates quick and seamless integration of VPNs, IPSec, NATs and firewalls; a robust understanding of the steps involved in the process of MPLS routers are needed to come up with such a design.
2007-01-16 Current-feedback op amps for high-speed apps
Applications that benefit from the unique qualities of a current-feedback amplifier include: presentation-quality video line drivers and routers, ADC drivers, IF amplifiers and clock buffers. Current-feedback amplifiers shine anywhere signal fidelity and high speed are the primary goals.
2000-05-03 Content-Addressable Memory (CAM) and its network applications
CAM is ideally suited for several functions, including Ethernet address lookup, data compression, pattern-recognition, cache tags, high-bandwidth address filtering, and fast lookup of routing, user privilege, security or encryption information on a packet-by-packet basis for high-performance data switches, firewalls, bridges and routers. This article discusses several of these applications as well as hardware options for using CAM.
2005-11-29 Connector modules target networking, telecom equipment
Pulse recently announced the availability of a new line of unfiltered connector modules designed for networking and telecom infrastructure equipment such as switches and routers.
2007-01-19 Compact LDO powers FPGA, MCU apps
Micrel has launched a compact dual 2A LDO regulator aimed at powering FPGA and MCU applications, including broadband modems, routers, STBs, home entertainment systems, storage networks, wireless base stations and car infotainment systems.
2012-03-26 CMOS logic ICs operate from 1.65-5.5V
Diodes' 74LVCxx logic ICs are designed for computing applications such as desktops and notebooks, hard disks and optical drives, routers and hubs.
2006-02-17 Clock generator targets comm apps
Maxim Integrated Products introduced the MAX9491, a VCXO clock generator for communications systems such as routers and switches.
2009-10-19 Cellular router packs 3G, Ethernet, GPS, Wi-Fi
Digi International's cellular router offers the functionality of enterprise-class routers plus a vertically-focused feature set for specific industry apps.
2002-02-27 CATC unveils world's first InfiniBand 4X protocol analyzer
Claimed to be the world's first analyzer for the Infiniband 4X protocol, the IBTracer 4X, shortens engineering development cycles and reduces the costs of developing InfiniBand-based semiconductors, switches, routers, and software.
2003-07-25 Broadcom wireless processor produces smaller gateways
Broadcom Corp. has released the AirForce BCM4712 system-on-a-chip that includes a 54g MAC/baseband and integrated 10/100 Ethernet and USB interfaces. Combined with the BCM2050 2.4GHz radio, the product enables secure 802.11g wireless LAN access points, routers and gateways to be produced in smaller form factors.
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