Paxonet designs Viti-48 telecom chip

By : |February 3, 2001 0

PUNE: Paxonet Communications (India) Pvt. Ltd. has designed PX4800 Viti48, a
telecom chip for use in multi-service switches and digital access switches used
in metro area networks.

Paxonet is part of Paxonet Communications Inc., a Delaware Corporation
company headquartered in Fremont, California, USA.

The chip is the industry’s highest density virtual tributary SONET/SDH
crossconnect, ideal for Metro Optical Access, Multi Service Switches and Digital
Access Crossconnect Systems (DACS).


Viti-48 is a single chip implementation of a single stage, non-blocking
switch for virtual tributaries across a full OC-48 data stream that raises the
bar on high integration and flexibility. Viti-48 is entirely conceived, designed
and developed at Paxonet’s centers in Pune and Bangalore.

Viti-48 is a critical component for the new generation multi-service switches
that support grooming and aggregation of data/voice traffic at data rates of 2.5
bps. The chip can be cascaded to support 10 Gbps data rates.

Viti-48 will address the rapidly growing market for metro-service switching
platforms, that is expected to soar from the present $3 billion to around $23
billion in 2003.

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