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Vitesse octroie des cœurs IP Gigabit Ethernet sous licence à Freescale

Vitesse Semiconductor Corporation (Nasdaq : VTSS), un prestataire de premier plan de solutions CI avancées pour les réseaux Carrier, Enterprise et Internet of Things (IoT), a annoncé que Freescale® Semiconductor utilisait le cœur IP de commutateur Gigabit Ethernet VSC9953-01 SparX™ de Vitesse dans les processeurs de communications 28nm QorIQ® T1040 quatre cœurs et T1020 double cœur de Freescale, désormais offerts aux clients sous forme d'échantillons. Sont parmi les applications ciblées : les routeurs passerelles et l'automatisation industrielle, ainsi que la gestion unifiée des menaces (GUM) et le stockage connecté au réseau (NAS). Ensemble, la gamme de processeurs de Freescale et le portefeuille complémentaire de logiciel, PHY et commutateurs Ethernet de Vitesse livrent une fonctionnalité Ethernet de classe opérateur pour diverses applications de plan de commande et de plan de données mixtes.

« Les processeurs de communications embarqués 64 bits QorIQ T1040/T1020 de Freescale sont parmi les premiers du secteur à intégrer un commutateur Gigabit Ethernet », a déclaré Nikolay Guenov, directeur de la gestion des produits pour le groupe Digital Networking de Freescale. « Le cœur IP de commutateur éprouvé de Vitesse et un soutien de premier ordre ont permis à Freescale de mettre rapidement sur le marché une solution Ethernet gérée extensible et hautement intégrée, présentant des avantages significatifs en termes de performance et de conception au niveau système ».

« La connectivité Gigabit Ethernet est en passe de devenir une norme de facto dans diverses applications, telles que le stockage, le réseau électrique intelligent et d'autres utilisations industrielles », a ajouté Brian Jaroszewski, directeur senior en marketing produit de concession de licence IP chez Vitesse. « Notre concession de licences de nos cœurs IP à des leaders du marché tels que Freescale s'aligne de façon stratégique à l'objectif de Vitesse qui est de pénétrer des marchés adjacents ou similaires. Le fait que la fiabilité et la qualité des cœurs IP sont directement validées dans les puces IC de commutateur externe de Vitesse minimise les risques d'intégration de nos clients et accélère leurs délais de mise sur le marché avec des solutions Gigabit Ethernet éprouvées sur le terrain ».

Portefeuille Vitesse complémentaire pour une fonctionnalité Ethernet étendue

Pour les équipements de réseau nécessitant des ports Gigabit Ethernet supplémentaires au-delà de la configuration T1040/T1020 de base de Freescale, Vitesse offre de multiples commutateurs, PHY et logiciels Ethernet compatibles pour diverses applications de mise en réseau Carrier, Enterprise et IoT :

  • Les PHY Gigabit Ethernet : Vitesse offre des options compatibles avec la broche aux PHY intégrés dans la plate-forme de Freescale, facilitant ainsi la mise à niveau à Synchronous Ethernet, à l'horodatage extrêmement précis multiopérateur VeriTime™ IEEE 1588v2 et à la sécurité Intellisec™ IEEE 802.1AE MACsec ;
  • Commutateurs Ethernet de classe entreprise : En exploitant SparX-III-18™ VSC7425 et SparX-III-26™ VSC7427 de Vitesse, les équipementiers peuvent configurer la solution Freescale pour livrer des configurations à 12, 16 et 24 ports avec une pile de logiciels de commutation commune Layer 2 (L2), simplifiant ainsi la conception matérielle et logicielle et augmentant le rendement du capital investi ;
  • Moteurs de commutation Carrier Ethernet : La sensibilisation au service et la fonctionnalité de classe opérateur ne nécessitent qu'une simple mise à niveau avec le moteur de commutation de classe opérateur de Vitesse ; et
  • Pile logicielle Ethernet gérée : En commençant par SDK v1.7 de Freescale, disponible en décembre 2014, les clients pourront exécuter Linux SMBStaX de Vitesse, une pile de commutateurs logiciels Ethernet pleinement gérés L2, sur l'ensemble des plates-formes T1040/T1020. Le logiciel CEServices™ de Vitesse peut également être utilisé avec ses moteurs de commutation Carrier Ethernet.

À propos de Vitesse

Vitesse (Nasdaq : VTSS) Vitesse conçoit un portefeuille diversifié de solutions à base de semi-conducteurs haute performance pour les réseaux Carrier, Enterprise et IoT du monde entier. Les produits Vitesse valident les marchés d’infrastructure de réseau dont la croissance est la plus rapide, notamment Mobile Access/IP Edge, Cloud Computing, SMB/SME Enterprise et IoT Networking. Visitez www.vitesse.com ou suivez-nous sur Twitter @VitesseSemi.

Vitesse est une marque déposée et SparX, SMBStaX, CEServices, VeriTime et Intellisec sont des marques de commerce de Vitesse Semiconductor Corporation aux États-Unis et dans d’autres juridictions. Toutes les autres marques de commerce ou marques déposées mentionnées dans ce communiqué appartiennent à leurs propriétaires respectifs.

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