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Lantiq teams with Qualcomm Ateros for gigabit home gateway refernce design

June 13, 2012 // Nick Flaherty

Lantiq teams with Qualcomm Ateros for gigabit home gateway refernce design

German communications chip designer Lantiq is working with Qualcomm Atheros on a reference design for a gigabit broadband home gateway.

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The joint design integrates the Qualcomm Atheros QCA9880 3x3 802.11ac solution and the Lantiq XWAY ARX300 or VRX288 universal gateway chipsets to combine xDSL to the home and WiFi.
The collaboration provides gateway manufacturers with a complete software and hardware reference design featuring the newest evolution of 802.11 Wi-Fi and proven DSL broadband gateway functionality. With full test and validation of the design by Lantiq and Qualcomm Atheros, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) can focus effort on value-added features built on a platform that achieves maximum wired and wireless throughput for triple-play broadband services. To ensure end-to-end Gigabit wireless interoperability, the reference design enables manufacturer readiness for the first wave of Wi-Fi certification of 802.11ac products, targeted by the industry for the first quarter of 2013.
Customer interest confirms that advanced home networks will operate with a mix of wired and wireless technologies that combine to deliver the best possible end-consumer experience," said Dirk Wieberneit, SVP/GM of the CPE Business Unit at Lantiq. "One of the benefits of the Lantiq and Qualcomm Atheros smart integration is that the Wi-Fi subsystem offloads the main processor so that the CPU power is available for other applications.
The Lantiq XWAY ARX300 and VRX288 are cost-optimized home gateway chipsets supporting either ADSL or VDSL broadband access. It uses a dual processor architecture with application processor CPU and dedicated 32bit protocol processing engine that assures wirespeed Gigabit routing performance with zero load on the application processor. It also includes a VDSL2 technology with advanced DSL Physical Layer features and service improvement techniques such as Erasure Decoding & ITU-T Universal Retransmission for up to 100/50 Mbps (downstream/upstream) data rates on VDSL networks to handle multiple IPTV streams and concurrent digital voice and data service access.
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