Motorola Inc. plans to demonstrate the next generation of switching technology for standards-based open communicati...
May 31, 2006
Motorola Inc. plans to demonstrate the next generation of switching technology for standards-based open communications servers next week at GlobalComm 2006 in Chicago.
Using switching technology developed by Broadcom, Motorola will demonstrate a 10Gbps Ethernet AdvancedTCA switching blade integrated into a Centellis 3600 Series communications server.
Complex network functions, such as those required by IPTV, require high-bandwidth throughput and internal traffic management, combined with sophisticated high-availability and protocol integration.
“To help build a robust and reliable communications infrastructure, today’s Ethernet switching technology must address the ever-present need for quality of service at a lower cost and reduced time-to-market, while providing new and innovative features,” said Eric Hayes, director of marketing, for Broadcom’s enterprise switching business line.