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2003-07-01 Service level agreements breed traffic management schemes
Implementing differentiated services requires sophisticated traffic management schemes, which can only be implemented by a combination of hardware and software.
2008-06-19 Multicore processing receives an eight-core dose
Freescale Semiconductor introduces the QorIQ P4080 multicore processoran eight-core communications processor that the company claims is designed to set new standards for performance, power efficiency and programmability in the embedded multicore space
2004-10-01 MSE wins over edge routers
Here's why a properly architected MSE device offers distinct advantages over traditional edge routing technology.
2004-12-09 Cisco, Fujitsu to collaborate on high-end routers, switches
Cisco Systems and Fujitsu Ltd said Monday (Dec. 6) that they will collaborate on the development of high-end routers and switches for the Japanese market
2002-08-12 Switch fabric market to shift infrastructure paradigm
The switch fabric market is seen to have enormous growth potential and is slated to experience a healthy unit shipment CAGR of 141 percent from 2001 to 2006, according to In-Stat/MDR.
2003-02-25 Worldwide SPR market reaches $1.9B in '02
The worldwide service provider routers (SPRs) market totaled $1.9 billion in 2002 as SPRs continue to form the basis for additional telecom services and next-generation infrastructure, said Dataquest Inc
2009-02-18 Juniper, Nokia to deliver fully interoperable Carrier Ethernet
Juniper Networks Inc. and Nokia Siemens Networks announced an enhancement to their partnership with plans to deliver a fully interoperable Carrier Ethernet solution intended to provide resilient access and aggregation for service providers worldwide
2008-03-06 Cisco ups ante in networking ASIC design
Cisco Systems has debuted a router that packs on a custom 40-core processor a wide variety of networking services, leapfrogging competition in the $5-billion edge router market and taking to a new level Cisco's work on ASICs for networking systems
2002-10-15 Multiprotocol label switching moves to VPN duties
As extensions to the multiprotocol label switching standard make MPLS viable for virtual private network transport, experts are warning against taking the protocol too far, too fast.
2003-08-01 Getting max packet processing throughput per app flow
Next-generation IP service edge switch uses high-speed ASICs in combination with programmable network processors to yield maximum packet processing performance and flexibility
2008-07-24 Oxford controllers reduce cost for storage devices
Oxford rolls out four new controllers for consumer storage systems in its effort to expand into a growing field beyond its core competency in more mature 1394 and USB silicon. The latest controllers aim to raise performance while keeping costs low for digital home storage devices
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
2011-06-24 Freescale's AMP addresses explosive IP traffic growth
Running on a multithreaded 64bit Power Architecture e6500 core, the AMP series integrates an array of acceleration engines and power management systems to improve performance and power efficiency
2009-11-23 Ethernet switches speed up mobile, broadband services
Service providers are challenged to provide 'on demand' connectivity and a better user experience on 3G and future 4G networks
2012-02-13 Embedded SoC touts 120GHz of 64bit compute
The 48-core 2.5GHz OCTEON III MIPS64 processors are designed for enterprise, data center and service provider infrastructures
2015-10-26 Accelerated data path sol'n to ease CPU traffic from cloud
The ARMADA-385 ADP from Marvell delivers 5Gb/s of packet acceleration and promises an improved user experience, higher throughput and greater support for service providers and routers
2012-10-15 64bit processor integrates GbE switch
Freescale expands its QorIQ T1 and T2 families of 64bit processors with four pin-compatible products, including the quad-core T1040 'router on a chip
2008-06-16 Issues cloud Carrier Ethernet
You'd think that with its simple plumbing, Carrier Ethernet wouldn't have any major rhubarbs, but in fact three major issues influence its near-term success.
2006-03-31 Virtex-4 FPGAs turn into traffic managers for triple-play apps
Xilinx has partnered with Modelware to provide designers of networking infrastructure equipment with a product that will enable them to integrate advanced traffic management features into their systems.
2014-03-07 SDN shift drags router, switch sales
Software-defined networking, which aims to ease the work of building and running large networks, has many large buyers retooling for the technology, bringing down router and switch sales.
2013-03-22 Readers' top product picks of 2012
The top ten most read product announcements of EE Times Asia's engineering community.
2002-10-21 PMC-Sierra rolls dense OC-48 framer
PMC-Sierra Inc. calls its PM5332 Spectra 1x2,488 one of the highest-density, multirate SONET/SDH framers available.
2012-04-27 Panel discusses SDN's fate as the future of networking
A panel at NetEvents' APAC Press Analyst Summit held Hong Kong talked about the advantages of open flow to answer the issues encountered by networks as they cope with the growing traffic in data centers.
2009-07-20 NetLogic, TSMC work on 40nm Gbit PHY
NetLogic Microsystems Inc. and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. have partnered on 40nm-G semiconductor process technology for NetLogic's advanced knowledge-based processors and 10/40/100GbE PHY solutions.
2009-06-09 Juniper, Nokia Siemens ink Carrier Ethernet JV
Juniper Networks Inc. and Nokia Siemens Networks have agreed to form a joint venture to address the carrier Ethernet transport market.
2010-04-08 Is IPv6 ready for prime time?
It may sound arcane but without support for the latest version of the Internet Protocol, the rapid expansion of people and devices trying to link to the Internet could hit a major speed bump.
2016-05-13 IoT networks tip growth spurt for high performance processors
IHS revealed that as the PC and smartphone markets begin to stagnate, the computer and applications-processor suppliers are aggressively looking for adjacent markets such as IoT networking.
2004-03-18 Foundry Networks readies 10Gb fixed switches
Foundry Networks is about to launch its first fixed-configuration switches capable of 10Gbps rates.
2011-02-16 Cavium, Picochip partner for LTE
Cavium and Picochip are displaying an end-to-end LTE femtocell featuring Cavium's Octeon and Odyssey product lines at the Mobile World Congress.
2013-06-14 Broadcom logs tera-ops with communications chip
Broadcom's former NetLogic group leapfrogged rival Cavium by sampling the first communications processor to handle a trillion operations per second.
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