New Low Power Series Delivers Unparalleled Integration; Significantly Reduces Service Provider System & Operating Costs

7th April 2011
Source: Broadcom
Posted By : ES Admin
Broadcom Corporation announces its latest StrataXGS® BCM56440 switch series, developed specifically to address the economic and performance challenges of service providers as they upgrade legacy mobile networks to manage the exponential growth in wireless data traffic and transition to 4G.
Capable of delivering 1000x more bandwidth than legacy time-division multiplexing (TDM) based networks(1), the Broadcom® BCM56440 series offers carriers a seamless migration path to Ethernet-class performance and advanced services in the mobile backhaul network.

The BCM56440 switch series provides the industry's highest integration in its class, combining the functionality of up to seven off-the-shelf application-specific standard parts (ASSPs) into one 40 nanometer (nm) CMOS device, dramatically lowering OEM bill-of-material (BOM) cost while reducing service provider capital expenditure (CAPEX) on mobile backhaul equipment by up to 50 percent. In addition the BCM56440 eliminates the need for expensive, power-hungry network processing units (NPUs) and field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs), significantly reducing overall development costs and time to market.

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