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ICs Enable Shorter Development Time Of OC-48 Systems

Possessing on-chip features critical for next-generation optical networking equipment, the Danube is touted as the industry's first highly-integrated OC-48 SONET/SDH framing and pointer processor device. The chip provides an integrated solutions enabling users to reduce multiple functions down to a single chip, including aggregation, pointer processing, and grooming functions.
Danube is complemented by the S3455 CMOS OC-48, 4-bit LVDS transceiver IC, which completes an end-to-end chip solution that meets the power and space requirements of new intelligent optical networking equipment. The Danube and the S3455 are packaged in a 624 CBGA and 196 PBGA, respectively.

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