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GbE switch/router designed for space-constrained apps

Posted: 23 Mar 2006     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Mistral Solutions  embedded  CompactPCI  cPCI  SCP-681 

Mistral Solutions Pvt. Ltd, a provider of technology solutions and professional services in the embedded space, has announced the availability of the 3U CompactPCI (cPCI) SCP/DCP-681 Compact SwitchBlade Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) switch/router from Curtiss Wright, an end-to-end supplier of commercial and rugged grade COTS computing solutions.

The 10-port, fully managed, intelligent multilayer (layer 2/layer 3) card is available in both air-cooled (SCP) and conduction-cooled (DCP) configurations. This device provides up to ten wire-speed 10/100/1,000Mbps Ethernet interfaces in a single 3U cPCI slot and is designed for architecting system-wide intra-platform networks in weight and space constrained environments.

The SCP/DCP-681 supports a powerful set of CLI, Telnet, Web and SNMP management interfaces that can be used to configure a complete set of protocols and parameters, including PBIT, IBIT, CBIT, Layer 2 protocols, Layer 3 (IPv4/v6) protocols, Multicasting, QoS and Security. In addition, said Mistral, the SCP/DPC 681 has unique features such as the secure memory erase function that can be used for wiping memory, as well as an unparalleled combination of protocol standards not found in any other switch in the market.

When combined with SCP/DCP-122/124 3U CompactPCI single board computers, PMC graphics modules, PMC FPGA card, and 3U chassis, the SCP/DCP-681 is an integral component in a complete set of 3U CPCI building blocks for systems integrators designing small-form factor subsystems.




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