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2004-06-18 Chip melds TCP, RDMA for Ethernet
Siliquent is sampling a single-chip Ethernet processor that can handle TCP offload duties and RDMA operations
2002-09-13 Zarlink SAR ICs integrate PLL, SRAM
Zarlink Semiconductor has announced the immediate availability of what they claim to be the industry's two most highly integrated AAL1 segmentation and reassembly chips for TDM-to-ATM conversion
2014-03-13 Xilinx rolls out OTN reference designs
The reference designs promise to give customers single-chip solutions for 4x100G OTN transponder and 200G OTN switching applications
2004-06-21 Infineon, Broadcom develop ADSL2+ CPE chips
Infineon will make its first foray into the DSL customer premise equipment chip market with the release of an integrated ADSL2/2+ chipset
2014-08-19 How Bluetooth LE drives IoT designs
With the ever increasing focus on wearable computing, the current version 4.0 of Bluetooth LE is enabling a wide range of new devices and form factors through low-power and low-cost modules
2004-09-02 RapidIO steps into data plane
The RapidIO Trade Association has finished two specifications considered key for using the packet-switched interconnect technology in data plane applications for communications systems.
2001-06-01 LSI Logic's C-Cube bid part of home net push
LSI Logic's move to acquire C-Cube Microsystems is part of a larger strategy to amass key IP components before tackling the market for home-gateway ICs.
2006-07-19 Enigma samples out 'first' linearly scalable packet switching chipset
Enigma Semiconductor announced it is sampling a linearly scalable packet switching chipset, touted to be the world's first.
2002-10-21 Embedded processors, cores target broad app range
Designers detailed a diverse array of embedded processors at the end of the Microprocessor Forum at San Jose, California.
2003-07-16 Samsung adds ARM9 core for SoHo ADSL apps
Samsung Semiconductor is offering a new class of controller for ADSL applications based on the ARM9 RISC core. The S3C2510 ADSL communications processor is intended for high-performance small-office/home-office applications.
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