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Vitesse erteilt Freescale Lizenz für Gigabit Ethernet IP-Kerne

Vitesse Semiconductor Corporation (NASDAQ: VTSS), ein führender Anbieter für fortschrittliche IC-Lösungen für die Bereiche Carrier, Enterprise und für das Internet of Things-Netzwerke (IoT – Internet der Dinge), hat bekannt gegeben, dass Freescale® Semiconductor den VSC9953-01 SparX™ Gigabit Ethernet Switch IP-Kern von Freescale in den 28 nm QorIQ® T1040 Vierkern- und T1020 Zweikernkommunikationsprozessoren verwendet, die nun als Vorversion an die Kunden gehen. Zu den Zielanwendungen gehören Gateway Router und industrielle Automatisierung sowie Unified Threat Management (UTM) und Network Attached Storage (NAS)-Netzwerke. Zusammengenommen bietet die Prozessorfamilie von Freescale und das ergänzende Portfolio von Ethernet Switches von Vitesse, PHYs und Software Carrier-Grade Ethernet-Funktionalität für verschiedene Kontrollapplikationen und Anwendungen auf Datenebene.

„Die QorIQ T1040/T1020 64-bit eingebetteten Kommunikationsprozessoren von Freescale zählen zu den ersten in der Branche mit Gigabit Ethernet Switch“, erklärte Nikolay Guenov, Leiter Produktmanagement für die Digital Networking Group von Freescale. „Aufgrund des bewährten Switch-IP-Kerns von Vitesse und des hochwertigen Supports konnte Freescale eine hochintegrierte, skalierbar verwaltete Ethernet-Lösung mit herausragender Leistung und Konstruktionsvorteilen auf Systemebene schnell auf den Markt bringen.“

„Gigabit Ethernet-Konnektivität wird faktisch zum Standard bei verschiedenen Anwendungen, wie zum Beispiel Speicherung, Smart Grid und anderen industriellen Verwendungen“, führte Brian Jaroszewski, leitender Manager für Produktmarketing von IP-Lizenzierung bei Vitesse, aus. „Die Lizenzierung unserer IP-Kerne an Marktführer wie Freescale ist strategisch mit dem Ziel von Vitesse abgestimmt, auf benachbarte oder ähnliche Märkte vorzudringen. Die Tatsache, dass die Zuverlässigkeit und Qualität der IP-Kerne direkt in den externen Switch-IC-Chips validiert werden, minimiert das Risiko für unsere Kunden und verkürzt mithilfe von bewährten Gigabit-Ethernet-Lösungen die Markteinführungszeit.“

Ergänzendes Vitesse Portfolio für erweiterte Ethernet-Funktionalität

Für Netzwerkgeräte, die zusätzliche Gigabit Ethernet-Ports benötigen, die über die Grundkonfiguration von Freescales T1040/T1020 hinaus gehen, bietet Vitesse mehrere kompatible Ethernet-Switches, PHYs und Software für diverse Netzwerkanwendungen in den Bereichen Carrier, Enterprise und Internet of Things (IoT – Internet der Dinge):

  • Gigabit Ethernet PHYs: Vitesse bietet pin-kompatible Optionen für die integrierten PHYs in der Freescale Plattform, was eine einfache Aufrüstung auf Synchron-Ethernet bietet, hoch präzises Multi-Operator VeriTime™ IEEE 1588v2 Zeitstempeln und Intellisec™ IEEE 802.1AE MACsec Sicherheit;
  • Ethernet-Switches der Enterprise-Klasse: Mit SparX-III-18™ VSC7425 und SparX-III-26™ VSC7427 von Vitesse können OEMs die Freescale Lösung zur Lieferung von 12-, 16- und 24-Port Konfigurationen mit einem gemeinsamen Layer 2 (L2) Switch Software Stack konfigurieren, was die Hardware und das Software-Konstruktionsdesign vereinfacht und folglich die Rendite erhöht;
  • Carrier Ethernet Switch-Maschinen: Service-Bewusstsein und Funktionalität der Carrier-Stufe sind eine einfache Aufrüstung mit dem Angebot von Vitesse an Switch-Engines auf Carrier-Stufe und
  • Managed Ethernet Software Stack: Angefangen mit dem Freescale’s SDK v1.7, der im Dezember 2014 erhältlich wird, können die Kunden SMBStaXLinux von Vitesse, einen voll verwalteten L2 Ethernet Software Switch Stack über die T1040/T1020-Plattformen ausführen. Die Software von Vitesse CEServices™ ist auch zur Verwendung mit seinen Carrier Ethernet Switch-Maschinen erhältlich.

Über Vitesse

Vitesse (NASDAQ: VTSS) entwickelt verschiedene Hochleistungshalbleiterlösungen für Netzwerke in den Bereichen Carrier, Enterprise und Internet of Things (IoT – Internet der Dinge) weltweit. Die Produkte von Vitesse schaffen die Voraussetzungen für die am schnellsten wachsenden Netzwerkinfrastrukturmärkte, darunter Mobile Access/IP Edge, Cloud Computing, SMB/SME Enterprise und IoT-Networking. Besuchen Sie Vitesse auf www.vitesse.com oder folgen Sie uns auf Twitter @VitesseSemi.

Vitesse ist eine eingetragene Marke und SparX, SMBStax, CEServices, VeriTime und Intellisec sind Marken von Vitesse Semiconductor Corporation in den USA und anderen Ländern. Alle anderen hier aufgeführten Warenzeichen beziehungsweise eingetragenen Warenzeichen sind Eigentum ihrer jeweiligen Inhaber.

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