Tuesday, May 30, 2006

Motorola to Demo AdvancedTCA with 10 Gbps Ethernet Switching

Motorola plans to demonstrate a 10Gbps Ethernet AdvancedTCA switching blade integrated into its "Centellis" 3600 Series communications server at next week's GLOBALCOMM 2006 in Chicago. The 10 Gbps test system, which will use switching technology developed by Broadcom, provides backwards compatibility to currently deployed 1GbE systems .

"Adding 10Gbps Ethernet switching -- designed with telecom in mind -- to our portfolio is key to extending the ability of ATCA to address a broad range of data plane applications. Network equipment providers will be able to deploy applications such as IPTV transport, Video on Demand and Community Gaming that require high bandwidth I/O or high bandwidth storage or a combination of the two on their standards-based common platforms built using Motorola's open communications servers," said Shlomo Pri-Tal, director, technology office, Embedded Communications Computing, Motorola.



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