Thursday, January 25, 2007

Fujitsu Shows 10Gbps Ethernet Switch Chip

Fujitsu Microelectronics America (FMA) is showcasing its 65-nanometer process technology and 10Gbps Ethernet switch at this week's DesignCon in Santa Clara, California. Fujitsu's 65nm process technology integrates 11 interconnect layers and uses advanced copper and porous low-k dielectric materials to increase device signal speeds and reduce power consumption. Fujitsu's single-chip, 20-port, 10 Gbps Ethernet switch chip supports a direct, 10Gbps serial interface to XFP optical modules, providing a solution for network server, blade server and storage applications. The switch chip delivers 400+Gbps, non-blocking, aggregate switching bandwidth through 3Mbytes of proprietary, multi-stream shared buffer memory, with the on-chip 10Gbps serial SerDes.


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