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Vitesse Licenses Gigabit Ethernet IP Cores To Freescale

Mon, 05/19/2014 - 9:51am
Vitesse Semiconductor

Vitesse Semiconductor Corporation (Nasdaq: VTSS) (Camarillo, CA) has announced that Freescale® Semiconductor (Austin, TX) is using Vitesse’s VSC9953-01 SparX™ Gigabit Ethernet switch IP core in Freescale’s 28 nm QorIQ® T1040 quad-core and T1020 dual-core communications processors, now sampling to customers. Targeted applications include gateway routers and industrial automation, as well as unified threat management (UTM) and network attached storage (NAS) networking. Together, Freescale’s processor family and Vitesse’s complementary portfolio of Ethernet switches, PHYs, and software, deliver carrier-grade Ethernet functionality for diverse mixed control and data plane applications. 

“Freescale’s QorIQ T1040/T1020 64-bit embedded communications processors are among the industry’s first to integrate a Gigabit Ethernet switch,” said Nikolay Guenov, director of product management for Freescale’s Digital Networking group. “Vitesse’s switch IP core and support enabled Freescale to quickly bring to market a highly integrated, scalable, managed Ethernet solution with significant performance and system level design benefits.”

“Gigabit Ethernet connectivity is becoming a de facto standard in various applications such as storage, smart grid, and other industrial uses,” said Brian Jaroszewski, senior product marketing manager of IP licensing at Vitesse. “Licensing our IP cores to market leaders such as Freescale strategically aligns with Vitesse’s goal to penetrate adjacent or similar markets. The fact that the IP core reliability and quality are directly validated in Vitesse’s external switch IC chips minimizes our customers’ integration risks and expedites their time to market with field-proven Gigabit Ethernet solutions.”

For more information visit vitesse.com.

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