Sunday, December 10, 2006

Wintegra Ships its Next Gen Access Processor

Wintegra announced commercial availability of its next generation access processor. The WinPath2 uses six data processing elements (WinGines) instead of four. This change extends the performance of the WinPath1 family by more than doubling the processing capability for the Data Path. These WinGines are decoupled from the Control Path processor to better fine tune overall system performance and power. They are RAM based, ensuring "future proofing" of current designs by enabling a software download to upgrade to evolving protocol standards, such as WT-101 in DSL and new 3GPP standards in wireless.