Five OEMs select Marvell G.hn Powerline chipset

Tuesday 5 June 2012 | 10:04 CET | News
Billion, ZTE, Delta Networks, T&W and Comtrend have selected Marvell's ITU-T G.hn-compliant transceiver chipset for their routers and modems. They implemented Marvell's GE-DW360F G.hn Powerline reference design, which includes a G.hn-compliant MAC/PHY transceiver, the Marvell 88SE1510 Gigabit PHY, the 88LX3142 digital baseband processor, the 88LX2718 analogue front end, full ITU-T G.hn protocol stack and a software API. Targeted for multi-media streaming applications, the GE-DW360F delivers performance of up to 1Gbps PHY rate. The Billion G.hn product series, ZTE's new ZXHN H505 modem, Delta

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Billion Electric / Comtrend / Delta / Marvell / T&W / ZTE Belgium
Countries: World
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