Broadcom Drives High-Speed Broadband, Triple Play Services and Whole-Home Connectivity at BBWF 2011
Leveraging Broadcom's proven ability and leadership in xDSL, new products fuel breakthrough Internet speeds, high-bandwidth triple play services and reliable in-home networks.
High degrees of integration enable unprecedented levels of cost efficiency, energy management and small form factors, extending broadband services to more households and at lower costs.
Showcased at BBWF, Broadcom's latest reference designs will usher in new applications for home automation and whole-home connectivity, driving the next connected home revolution.
Visit Broadcom at BBWF 2011, September 27-29, in Paris (invitation only).
- Broadcom designs the industry's first xDSL Integrated Access Device SoC that integrates multi-mode ADSL2+ / VDSL2, 802.11n, DECT, VoIP and Ethernet Switching, enabling seamless distribution of voice, video and data services throughout the home.
- Proliferating higher-speed Internet, IPTV and mobile broadband services, Broadcom's latest VDSL2 Central Office SoC integrates G.vector, removing crosstalk noise for higher performing networks at lower costs.
- For an easier plug-n-play connected home, Broadcom's industry's first single chip Powerline Networking SoC is a key addition to its strong and diverse home networking standards portfolio.
- New reference designs based on the BCM63168 xDSL IAD SoC will enable multi-mode whole-home connectivity with Wi-Fi and PLC, and high performance triple play with dual-band concurrent Wi-Fi. Additional applications include home automation with DECT Ultra Low Energy (ULE) capability and advanced VDSL physical layer rates with G.vector and Channel Bonding.
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