Embarking as the industry’s first off-the-shelf statistics engines, the LA-1 devices are poised for deployment in edge routers, broadband access equipment, and multi-service provisioning platforms. The chips employ network processor forum look-aside interfaces and relieve NPUs, FPGAs, and ASICs of the statistics-tracking functions. Available in RoHS-compliant, 576-ball, flip-chip packages, the 70P1338 and 70P1308 provide up to 256K and 512K counters, respectively. Both feature an enhanced multi-port memory cell architecture that ensures coherency for low latency statistics operations that require multiple statistics updates every 5 ns. Other features include a configurable 64-/32-bit ALU, which accommodates systems that need to upgrade legacy 32-bit operations to 64-bit operations without incurring performance penalties. Prices for the 70P1338 and 70P1308 are $55 and $65 each/25,000, respectively. INTEGRATED DEVICE TECHNOLOGY INC., Santa Clara, CA. (800) 345-7015.
Company: INTEGRATED DEVICE TECHNOLOGY INC.
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