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Broadcom releases new line of ‘green’ Gigabit Ethernet switches (May 01, 2008)

Broadcom Corp., a semiconductor manufacturer for wired and wireless communications, has announced what it says is the industry's first line of 65 nanometer (nm) single-chip Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) swit...


May 1, 2008  


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Broadcom Corp., a semiconductor manufacturer for wired and wireless communications, has announced what it says is the industry’s first line of 65 nanometer (nm) single-chip Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) switch products for small-to-medium-sized business (SMB) applications. This switch family includes 5-, 8-, 16-and 24-port configurations, with full Layer 2 (L2) switching to address the feature set and port density requirements of today’s SMB networks.

Products include single-chip 65nm GbE SMB switches that consists of the BCM53310 series, for unmanaged smart switches, and the BCM53118, for unmanaged switches and routers

A third product for wireless home routers and residential gateways, the BCM53115, was released earlier late last year.

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