MaxLinear announced the availability of three systems on the chips (SoC) Series AnyWAN for broadband access equipment. We have released a variety of products, such as URX850, URX851 and MxL25641. It isn’t surprising that MaxLinear bought the subsidiary of Intel for the development of client network solutions two years ago.
AnyWAN-type URX850/URX851 (FCBGA-837, 2426mm) are designed for 10Gb/s devices. They combine four Atom cores that can be stored at 2 GHz. Supports 5.1 and 16GB memory cards. The interface is: 4 PCIe 3.0, 4 PCIe 4, 4GB, 4 PCIe 4, 4, 3, 5GB, 3 GB USB 33.2. The URX851 also supports 10 Gb/s PON MAC. The number of HSIO lines is nine for the 850 and 8 for the 8501. The Voice DSP and PCM/SPI interfaces for FXS and DECT, among others are mentioned.
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The AnyWAN MxL25641 (FCBGA-577, 1717mm) product is oriented toward a 5-Gb/s class equipment. There are two Atom cores with a clock speed of up to 1.7 GHz. Added up to 4 GB of (L)PDDR4 memory and eMMC 5.1 flash storage can be used. The interfaces include 10 Gb/s PON MAC, XFIWAN, 4 x PCIe 3.0, 4 x XFI/PCIe 4.0, 2 x USB 3.0, and 9 x HSIO. AnyWAN hardware developer kit, URX851 and TAXL25641 will be available for developers.
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