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Broadcom launches universal central chip for fibre services

Wednesday 21 October 2015 | 09:41 CET | News
Broadcom has announced an universal central office chip for fibre service providers, saying the single-chip PON OLT device is the first commercial silicon solution for new XGPON-1 and NGPON-2 protocols. The chip is aimed at giving OEMs and operators flexibility in deployment, promoting broader fibre services around the world. The multi-mode BCM68620 system-on-a-chip (SoC) integrates support for both existing and next-generation fibre technologies under a common application programming interface (API), to enable a unified system software design that can be applied to all PON protocols

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Broadcom
Countries: World
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