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Processor enables wireline speed over Wi-Fi

Posted: 09 Jul 2010     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:communication processor  WiMAX  Wi-Fi  CPE 

TranSwitch Corp. is offering the Atlanta 1000 communications processor that enable customer premises equipment (CPE) manufacturers to achieve high performance for PON, 4G (WiMAX, LTE) and other broadband applications. The company touts the device's power efficiency for PoE-capable CPE appliance development.

Atlanta 1000 delivers wire-speed data throughput over IEEE 802.11n Wi-Fi. It provides up to two channels of carrier-grade VoIP, configurable to a wide selection of industry standard narrowband and wideband low bit rate voice codecs from a field proven DSP with over a million [10 lakh] ports of commercial deployment.

Despite its small (17mm x 17mm) footprint, Atlanta 1000 packs a tremendous amount of computing power under the hood at less than 1W consumption. The triple processor SoC incorporates two independent RISC cores, a TranSwitch proprietary Sigma DSP core, and dedicated hardware accelerators for packet classification and traffic management. This unique architecture enables Atlanta 1000 to deliver high voice quality, data throughput and responsiveness of embedded Java Virtual Machine based applications even under full load conditions.

A complete system development kit and turnkey software platform enables OEM customers to achieve extremely fast time to market with the flexibility to customise and differentiate their products to achieve maximum market share. Atlanta 1000 has an open, Linux based software architecture, and a turnkey residential gateway reference design that includes VoIP gateway and secure data router functionality.





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