xDSL Integrated Access Device SoC
The BCM63168 is the industry's first single-chip multi-mode ADSL2+/VDSL2 Integrated Access Device (IAD) SoC with an unprecedented level of integration, delivering triple play services throughout the home.
The BCM63168 xDSL IAD SoC integrates multi-mode ADSL2+/VDSL2, supporting 5-band channel bonding with 802.11n, DECT, VoIP and Ethernet Switching into a single chip. It combines Broadcom's DSL industry leadership and proven ability in designing complete ADSL2+/VDSL2 carrier access solutions to reduce overall system cost and power, and meet the growing demands for high-bandwidth triple play services. Additionally, it deploys a higher performing, remotely manageable and eCOC compliant solution. By combining the BCM63168 with the BCM4360 5G WiFi solution, Broadcom enables carriers to reliably deliver high quality HD video content concurrently to a variety of wireless devices such as tablets, smartphones, PCs and connected TVs throughout the home.
- Multi-mode xDSL transceiver with seamless fallback supporting 5-band channel bonding
- High performance 400MHz dual-core MIPS CPU with packet and Quality of Service offload for advanced routing and service provided applications
- Concurrent 802.11n wireless connectivity throughout the home
- Gigabit Ethernet Switching with integrated Ethernet PHYs and multiple RGMII ports for flexible expansion and connectivity
- Multi-channel HD-voice