Tuesday, October 9, 2007

Centillium and Jungo Collaborate on Gateways

Centillium Communications has partnered with Jungo to develop an integrated software platform for Centillium's Palladia high-performance system-on-chip (SoC) solutions for residential and business ADSL and VoIP residential and business gateway applications. The integration brings together Jungo's OpenRG and OpenSMB) software with Centillium's Palladia SoC product.

Centillium's Palladia 402 is an integrated VoIP solution for the ADSL markets. Palladia 402 integrates a network processor, as well as multiple dedicated hardware engines -- including a voice digital signal processor, a packet header processor, and an encryption accelerator -- that assist the network processor by off-loading many routine tasks. The Palladia 402 serves as a fully integrated data pump for ADSL2/2+/2++ networks with speeds of up to 50 Mbps downstream and 3 Mbps upstream. Additionally, Palladia 402 supports Ethernet and USB LAN interfaces, and a PCI interface with a glueless interface to many mini-PCI WIFI modules.

The OpenRG software platform for Palladia gateway SoC solutions is currently in development for Centillium's and Jungo's mutual customers. Reference designs will be available in early Q4 2007.



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