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Gateway reference platform aims for 'always-on' homes

Posted: 03 Nov 2010     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Gateway-on-a-Chip  residential gateway reference platform  optical broadband gateway 

Marvell Semiconductor Inc. and Jungo Ltd have collaborated on a residential gateway reference platform that uses Jungo's OpenRG residential gateway software and Marvell's AVANTA Application Gateway-on-a-Chip (GoC). This platform aims to enable service providers and network operators to support 'always-on' home services and value-added applications.

VP of Technology and Strategy for the Enterprise Business Unit at Marvell, Nafea Bshara says, "Our collaboration with Jungo offers customers a field- proven, cost-effective, and scalable solution for the fast growing optical broadband gateway and service-router market." She cites, "Combining the superior architecture and performance of the AVANTA GoC with Jungo's OpenRG software suite enables Marvell to bring to market a complete, ready-to-deploy, open source-friendly application gateway platform."

The AVANTA Application GoC features a universal PON (UPON) interface with seamless auto-sensing and auto-configuration between ITU-GPON, IEEE-EPON, China-specific EPPON, and Point-2-Point Gigabit Ethernet.

The UPON residential gateway platform powered by Jungo's OpenRG software offers a managed gateway with intelligent data routing with quality of service (QoS), carrier-class VoIP, IPv6 support, and virtual private networks with firewalls. The platform also provides seamless support for multiple WAN and LAN technologies, including EPON, GPON Gigabit Ethernet, USB and WiFi. The modular software architecture is easily tailored to offer additional capabilities and services.





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