12.12.2006 08:00 AM
PMC-Sierra unveils carrier-grade residential gateway reference platforms

PMC-Sierra has announced a suite of multiservice residential gateway reference platforms for a range of advanced broadband access protocols.

The MSP7100-based platforms are available today in a range of WAN interface configurations, including ADLS2+, VDSL2, Ethernet and EPON, to enable delivery of carrier-grade services into the digital home. These platforms, based on PMC-Sierra’s VoIP-enabled multi-service processor family, allow OEMs and ODMs to develop residential gateways optimized for enhanced Triple Play service delivery.

Using a common system-on-chip (SoC) architecture and open-source software model, PMC-Sierra offers VoIP-enabled multi-service residential gateway reference designs and evaluation platforms, including PM2326-KIT ADSL2+, PM2327-KIT, PM2325-KIT and PM2328-KIT EPON.

For more information, visit www.pmc-sierra.com.



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