SAS3508 12Gb/s SAS Tri-Mode RAID-on-Chip (ROC)

PCIe to 8-port SAS/SATA/PCIe ROC featuring Tri-Mode SerDes Technology

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Deliver the highest class of expander scalability and performance available. Enabled for the latest 12Gb/s SAS and SATA specifications, the SAS35x40 supports T-10 zoning across 255 zones, port mirroring, spread spectrum clocking, and twelve I2C interfaces for enclosure management and debugging. DataBolt bandwidth optimizer technology aggregates bandwidth to provide 12Gb/s SAS performance to the host when using 6Gb/s and 3Gb/s SATA end devices, making it ideal for high-capacity and other storage applications. The 35x40 expander is supported by an industry-leading Software Development Kit (SDK) and tool suite for easy integration, de-bug and troubleshooting.
 
  • Enable higher enclosure capacities through 40 PHY edge expansion
  • Provide high device throughput with SAS and SATA support up to 12Gb/s, including wide port support
  • Aggregated bandwidth provides higher total performance with DataBolt technology
  • Lowest power utilization expander and industry-leading SerDes for performance and robustness
 
Broadcom's BCM7325 is a single-channel, multiformat high-definition satellite receiver chip that enables manufacturers to develop low-cost satellite Set-top Boxes (STBs).
 
Broadcom’s BCM7325 System on a Chip (SoC) enables functionality for Direct Broadcast Satellite (DBS) Set-top Boxes and supports multiple formats including the DVB-S, DVB-S2 and 8PSK standards. With capabilities that go beyond current DVB-S2 silicon implementations for both integration and performance, the BCM7325 offers STB manufacturers a significantly lower-cost solution for the development of DVB-S2-capable Set-top Boxes. The BCM7325 is built around previous generations of Broadcom digital cable and satellite STB chips and technology, so service providers that deploy Set-top Boxes designed around the BCM7325 can cost-effectively provide their subscribers with advanced HD television viewing features and improved picture quality.
The NL88650 Knowledge-Based Processor (KBP) performs high-speed operations on large rule databases for a wide range of telecommunications applications, including enterprise switches and routers. It provides network awareness and enables real-time modifications and updates to the routing configuration, making it ideal for packet classification, policy enforcement and forwarding. 
 
This family of KBPs addresses next-generation classification needs through high-performance, parallel decisions and improved entry storage capabilities. Up to four parallel operations allow the device to reach several Billion Decisions Per Second (BDPS).  Embedded Error Correction Circuitry (ECC) improves system testability and operational reliability. The key processing unit (KPU) and the context Buffer (CB) enable efficient interface transfers with flexible search key construction. 
 
This KBP seamlessly connects to the Arad BCM88650.
The BCM60500 HomePlug® AV2 powerline device delivers carrier-grade reliability and Gigabit-class speeds over home electrical wiring.
 
Broadcom’s BCM60500 HomePlug AV2 device can achieve physical layer rates of up to 1.5 Gigabits per second (Gb/s) over a home's existing electrical wiring. The device enables simultaneous multiroom HDTV distribution, low-latency real-time online 3D gaming and whole-home Internet coverage. Broadcom's BCM60500 is part of Broadcom’s complete line of Adaptive Home Network solutions that integrate with Wi-Fi, set-top box, gateway and TV platforms for superior in-home Internet coverage and reliability.
Broadcom's NL71024 and NL7512 products are a family of processors designed to provide classification in enterprise, metro and wide-area networking platforms.
 
These devices offer the ability to store up to 512K 36-bit IPv4 routes with advanced search rates.
Dual 40-Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) PPI-to-XLAUI (40-Gigabit electrical interface) PHY that incorporates an electronic dispersion compensation (EDC) equalizer supporting SR4, LR4 and copper CR4 line-card applications.
 
The BCM84784 is a multirate PHY targeted for QSFP+ modules. The BCM84784 is fully compliant with the 40-GbE SR4, LR4 and copper CR4 standards and also supports backward-compatible 8-by-10/1 GbE per lane, per the IEEE 802.3ae.

The BCM82332 is a physical layer device that supports 10G, 40G and 100G Ethernet.

In 100G mode, the device gearboxes four lanes of 25Gb/s data into a standard 10 by 10Gb/s CAUI bus. In retimer mode, the BCM82332 retimes 12 lanes of 10Gb/s data supporting three 40G Ethernet ports, twelve 10G Ethernet ports, or a mix thereof. This 12-lane structure is specifically designed to interoperate with Broadcom’s Trident 2+ high-density switch. The 25Gb/s, line side, interface is fully compliant with the 100G Ethernet IEEE802.3ba and IEEE802.3bj standards including support for IEEE CL73 (Autoneg), CL91 (FEC) and CL92 (Transmit Training).

The BCM7335 is a high-definition PVR satellite System on a Chip for Direct Broadcast Satellite (DBS) Set-top Boxes.
 
Broadcom’s BCM7335 is a satellite System on a Chip (SoC) Set-top Box (STB) solution with PVR functionality that supports worldwide standards for Direct Broadcast Satellite STBs based on DVB-S2, DVB-S and 8PSK, and is backward compatible with the DVB-S standards. The BCM7335 is built around previous generations of Broadcom digital cable and satellite STB chips and technology, so service providers that deploy Set-top Boxes designed around the BCM7335 can cost-effectively provide their subscribers with advanced HD television viewing features, improved picture quality and PVR functionality.
 
Implements the one- and two-stream 802.11ac specification to enable speeds up to 433 and 867 Mb/s, respectively, and is backward compatible with Not Recommended for New Design 802.11b/g/a/n devices.
 
This product family is used as client devices in smartphones, tablets, set-top boxes, digital televisions, PC products and other products requiring small size and low-power connectivity solutions. Each product has a single-chip dual-band transceiver that integrates all the major functional blocks in a complete 802.11ac wireless subsystem, including radio, baseband and MAC, along with, depending on customer application requirements, Bluetooth and FM radio. These highly integrated solutions provide the increased coverage and throughput performance required for high-quality video and media applications in the home and enterprise and can be added to any end product regardless of the application processor used.
Broadcom’s BCM7572 is a DTA cable Set-top Box System-on-a-Chip (SoC) solution for cable service providers to transition analog subscribers directly to HD programming.
 
Broadcom’s BCM7572 is a DTA cable Set-top Box System-on-a-Chip (SoC) solution for cable service providers to transition analog subscribers directly to high-definition programming. The SoC provides the network capacity that operators require to provide additional HD content. The BCM7572 reduces the manufacturer's overall Bill-of-Materials (BOM) cost.
Octal-channel 10-GbE SFI-to-XFI (10-Gigabit serial electrical interface) PHY that incorporates an electronic dispersion compensation (EDC) equalizer supporting SFP+ line card applications with integrated IEEE 1588 timestamping.
 
The BCM84780 is a multirate PHY targeted for SMF, MMF or copper twin-ax applications interfacing to both limiting-based and linear-based SFP+ and SFP modules. The BCM84780 is fully compliant with the 10-GbE IEEE 802.3aq standard and also supports 1000Base-X for 1-GbE operation.
Serializer/Deserializer (SerDes) Framer Interface Level 5 (SFI-5.2/XLAUI/OTL3.4/STL256.4) multiplexer (MUX) for use in 300-pin MSA 40 Gb/s modules.
 
The BCM84146 has an OIF-SFI-5.2/XLAUI/OTL3.4/STL256.4-compliant four-bit wide receive system data interface with a deskew channel operating from 2.488 Gb/s to 2.788 Gb/s. The device multiplexes and precodes data to the serial transmitter (operating from 39.8 Gb/s to 44.6 Gb/s). There is an additional deskew lane for the SFI-5.2/XLAUI/OTL3.4/STL256.4 interface.
Communications device targeted for applications in switching control and management, and residential router/gateway.
The BCM4707/4708/4709 family includes the BCM4707, BCM4708 and BCM4709. At the center of the device is a high-performance 1 GHz ARM® Cortex™-A9 dual-core with a 32 KB four-way set associative instruction cache, a 32 KB four-way set associative data cache and a 128-entry translation lookaside buffer (TLB). Enhanced CPU memory subsystem architecture provides increased system performance. The device uses 40 nm technology.

The ExpressLane™ PEX 8664 device offers 64 PCI Express Gen 2 (5.0 GT/s) lanes, capable of configuring up to 16 flexible ports. The switch conforms to the PCI Express Base Specification, rev 2.0. The 64-lane switch enables users to add scalable, high bandwidth, non-blocking interconnection to a wide variety of applications including servers, communications, storage, blade servers, and embedded systems. The PEX 8664 supports the PCI-SIG defined Multicast protocol for PCI Express as well as Multi-root architecture supporting up to five upstream ports. The PEX 8664 also features an on-chip Non-Transparent port for dual-host and failover applications, as well as four on-chip Hot-Plug controllers, allowing users to implement single-chip solutions. The device is hardware configurable and software programmable, allowing users to tailor their port configurations and QoS operating characteristics to suit their application requirements. The PEX 8664 is offered in a 35 x 35mm 1156-ball FCBGA. This device is available in lead-free packaging. This device supports Access Control Services (ACS).

45G serial-to-SFI-5.2/XLAUI/OTL3.4/STL256.4 demultiplexer (demux) for use in 300-pin 40G modules.
 
The BCM84145 has an Optical Internetworking Forum (OIF) SFI-5.2/XLAUI/OTL3.4/STL256.4-compliant four-bit wide transmit system data interface with a deskew channel operating from 2.488 Gb/s to 2.788 Gb/s. The BCM84145 has two Clock and Data Recovery (CDR) circuits that recover the clock and data from the received signals, and then demultiplexes and transmits the data on the SFI-5.2/XLAUI/OTL3.4/STL256.4 interface. There is an additional deskew lane for the SFI-5.2/XLAUI/OTL3.4/STL256.4 interface. The CDR and demultiplexer are fully integrated. The data is recovered by the integrated CDR. The recovered data is interleaved to the SFI-5.2/XLAUI/OTL3.4/STL256.4 interface along with a deskew channel copying data sequentially from each data channel. The SFI-5.2/XLAUI/OTL3.4/STL256.4 timing clock is generated from the recovered clock. The extracted data can optionally be fed to a PRBS detector.
 
Broadcom’s BCM7422 is a dual high-definition Set-top Box System-on-a-Chip video gateway solution.
 
Broadcom’s BCM7422 is a dual HD Set-top Box (STB) System-on-a-Chip (SoC) video gateway solution. The BCM7422 achieves high levels of performance and integration, reducing power consumption and lowering overall costs.
 
Designed for connecting multiple targets and hosts, the SAS35x24R expander provides high performance expansion for the most demanding storage applications in a small footprint. DataBolt bandwidth optimizer technology aggregates bandwidth to provide 12Gb/s SAS performance to the host when using 6Gb/s and 3Gb/s SATA end devices, making it ideal for high-capacity and other storage applications. Optimized for server backplanes with limited space, this 24-port expander’s scalability, fault tolerance, and software support will make your storage applications perform like never before. The 35x24R expander is supported by an industry-leading Software Development Kit (SDK) and tool suite for easy integration, de-bug and troubleshooting.
 
  • Enable higher enclosure capacities through 24 PHY edge expansion
  • Provide high device throughput with SAS and SATA support up to 12Gb/s, including wide port support
  • Aggregated bandwidth provides higher total performance with DataBolt technology
  • Lowest power utilization expander and industry-leading SerDes for performance and robustness
Whether you’re building external storage systems, or outfitting servers, the SAS 3008 provides choices for storage optimization by enhancing direct-attached storage (DAS) solutions. This high-performance I/O controller supports T-10 data protection model and optical support, PCIe hot plugging, and up to 1,000 connected devices.
 
  • Capitalize on the wide bandwidth of eight PCI Express 3.0 lanes with SAS transfer rates of up to 12Gb/s and SATA rates up to 6Gb/s
  • Extend existing end-user investments with DataBolt technology, which provides the benefits of 12Gb/s SAS with existing 6Gb/s drive devices.
  • Increase value with integrated support for RAID levels 0, 1, 1E, and 10 while providing support for additional MegaRAID options
  • Deliver more than million IOPS and 6,000 MB/s throughput performance
 
Broadcom’s BCM7019 is a Set-top Box (STB) solution for operators in emerging markets.
The BCM7019 is a single-chip, multi-format HD cable STB solution featuring high levels of integration including dual 866MHz cable tuners, 3D user interfaces and Euro/DOCSIS® 2.0-compatible modems with 3.0 channel bonding over four downstream channels. This level of integration and performance enables worldwide service providers to offer connectivity, HDTV programming and advanced 3D user interfaces to their subscribers while significantly reducing power requirements, complexity and overall bill of materials (BOM) cost.
High-bandwidth 1 GbE/10 GbE/40 GbE multilayer Ethernet switch designed for access and aggregation deployments.
 
The BCM56545 is a truly converged platform for enterprise and data center fixed/stackable applications and delivers 170 Gb/s of line-rate performance. Built on the proven StrataXGS® architecture, the BCM56545 brings groundbreaking innovations into the enterprise wiring closet. With the Broadcom AppAware™ engine, the BCM56545 enables ubiquitous traffic visualization and application-based flow, QoS and management capabilities cost-effectively.
The BCM82328 is a low-power, low-latency PHY integrating retimer and equalizer functions supporting 40-Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) and 10GbE applications.
 
In 40G mode, the BCM82328 supports two full-duplex 40GbE ports (XLPPI-to-XLAUI/KR4) for SR4, LR4, and copper CR4 QSFP+ line-card applications. In 10G mode, the BCM82328 supports eight full-duplex 10GbE ports (SFI-to-XFI/KR) for SR, LR and copper CR SFP+ line-card applications. 
 
  The BCM82328 was designed in 28nm CMOS technology to provide a low-power and low-latency solution with integrated AC-Coupling capacitors for direct interfacing to Broadcom Trident switch products. 
 
  
 
  The BCM82328 is available in 17mm x 17mm, 1mm pitch, 256-pin BGA, RoHS-compliant package.

The ExpressLane™ PEX 8712 is a 12-lane, 3-port, PCIe Gen 3 switch device developed on 40nm technology. PEX 8712 offers Multi-Host PCI Express switching capability that enables users to connect multiple hosts to their respective endpoints via scalable, high-bandwidth, non-blocking interconnection to a wide variety of applications including servers, storage, communications, and graphics platforms. The PEX 8712 is well suited for fan-out, aggregation, and peer-to-peer traffic patterns. Included is PLX's proprietary visionPAK debug software, which allows, for example, internal receive-eye observation after equalization and access to the devices' internal debug registers thus enabling faster time to market.

100 Gb/s "gearbox" PHY that multiplexes and demultiplexes four 25 Gb/s channels to/from ten 10 Gb/s channels supporting Ethernet and Optical Transport Networking (OTN).
 
The BCM84793 is compliant with the IEEE 802.3ba standard for 100 GbE and ITU OTL 4.4 signalling as well as 40 GbE, OTL 3.4 and OTL 4.10. The line interface supports four bidirectional lanes at 25.78125/27.952493 Gb/s for 100 GbE/OTL4.4 applications. It can also be configured to support two groups of four bidirectional lanes as well as 10 bidirectional lanes at 10.3125 to 11.18 Gb/s for 40G and 100G repeater applications. The system interface only supports 10 bidirectional lanes or two groups of four bidirectional lanes at 10.3125 to 11.18 Gb/s.
Broadcom's BCM7346 is a single-chip, dual-tuner, multiformat, high-definition AVC satellite Set-top-Box (STB) solution.
 
Broadcom’s BCM7346 is a single-chip, dual-tuner multiformat HD AVC satellite STB solution featuring an integrated Multimedia over Coax Alliance (MoCA) 1.1 core that enables service providers to deploy multiroom DVR while reducing cost and power requirements. The BCM7346 allows multiple users to store, time shift or access content from media servers or residential gateways for playback on STBs anywhere in the home, driving the transition to a more connected and interactive home network environment that also reduces the power, complexity and overall cost for the solution provider.
 
Broadcom has extended the reach of PCIe for use as a fabric for data center and cloud computing through its ExpressFabric initiative and platform of hardware and software. ExpressFabric can eliminate expensive bridging devices within the rack, such as adapter cards that translate native PCIe to Ethernet and back to PCIe. Yet ExpressFabric works seamlessly with other standards used within the rack and in rack-to-rack connectivity.
 
The industry-first ExpressFabric platform enables high performance, low latency, scalable, cost-effective fabric capabilities based on Gen3 PCI Express. The platform provides the ability to share I/O with standard SR-IOV or multifunction devices, and to enable multiple hosts to reside on a single PCIe-based network using standard PCIe enumeration – a capability not previously available on PCIe devices. The hosts communicate through Ethernet-like DMA, and do so using standard hosts, end-points, and application software.

The ExpressLane™ PEX8717 is a 16-lane, 10-port, PCIe Gen3 switch device developed using 40nm process node. PEX8717 offers PCI Express switching capability that enables users to create up to 9 downstream ports with varying widths including native x2. Today's processor south bridges offer x1 or x4 PCIe lanes, where x1 often does not provide enough bandwidth and x4's sheer size could waste valuable PCIe lanes. The introduction of a PLX native PCIe x2 interface, allows for optimal- or matching-bandwidth needed for new SATA, USB and SSD endpoints. Due to their backwards compatibility, designing with PCIe Gen3 switches in mixed (Gen1, Gen2 and Gen3) systems allows designers to future-proof their designs for full Gen3 enablement when migrating to next-generation end-points. The PEX8717 is well suited for fan-out, aggregation, and peer-to-peer traffic patterns. Included is PLX's proprietary visionPAK™ debug software, which allows, for example, internal receive-eye observation after equalization and access to the devices' internal debug registers thus enabling faster time to market.

Designed for connecting multiple targets and hosts, and featuring a small footprint, the SAS3x28R expander provides high performance expansion for the most demanding storage applications. DataBolt bandwidth optimizer technology aggregates bandwidth to provide 12Gb/s SAS performance to the host when using 6Gb/s and 3Gb/s SATA end devices, making it ideal for high-capcity and other storage applications. Optimized for server backplanes with limited space, this 28-port expander’s scalability, fault tolerance, and software support will make your storage applications perform like never before. The 3x28R expander is supported by an industry-leading Software Development Kit (SDK) and tool suite for easy integration, de-bug and troubleshooting.
 
  • Enable higher enclosure capacities through 28 PHY edge expansion
  • Provide high device throughput with SAS and SATA support up to 12Gb/s, including wide port support
  • Leverage DataBolt technology to aggregate bandwidth from lower-speed drives for higher total performance
  • Ensure ample enclosure bandwidth through 2MB of integrated RAM and an ARM Cortex-R4 300 MHz processor

The ExpressLane™ PEX8718 is a 16-lane, 5-port, PCIe Gen3 switch device developed on 40nm technology. PEX8718 offers PCI Express switching capability that enables users to connect a host to the endpoints via scalable, high-bandwidth, non-blocking interconnection to a wide variety of applications including servers, storage, communications, and graphics platforms. In addition to the lanes and ports, the device offers one NT port and clock isolation capability. Due to their backwards compatibility, designing with PCIe Gen3 switches in mixed (Gen1, Gen2 and Gen3) systems allows designers to future-proof their designs for full Gen3 enablement when migrating to next-generation end-points. The PEX8718 is well suited for fan-out, aggregation, and peer-to-peer traffic patterns. Included is PLX's proprietary visionPAK debug software, which allows, for example, internal receive-eye observation after equalization and access to the devices' internal debug registers thus enabling faster time to market.

Broadcom's BCM4550 satellite channel stacker solution is a fully integrated satellite Outdoor Unit (ODU) solution to support Full-Band Capture (FBC) technology.
 
Broadcom's BCM4550 with integrated Full-Band Capture digital-tuning technology minimizes satellite TV installation costs and complexity, delivering single-wire architecture into the home. Enabling design efficiency and scalable bandwidth to operators, Broadcom's ODU technology provides a TV-everywhere connected home experience with additional high-definition video streams, multiroom DVR and IP services.

The ExpressLane™ PEX8713 is a 12-lane, 10-port, PCIe Gen3 switch device developed using 40nm process node. PEX8713 offers PCI Express switching capability that enables users to create up to 9 downstream ports with varying widths including native x2. Today's processor south bridges offer x1 or x4 PCIe lanes, where x1 often does not provide enough bandwidth and x4's sheer size could waste valuable PCIe lanes. The introduction of a PLX native PCIe x2 interface, allows for optimal- or matching-bandwidth needed for new SATA, USB and SSD endpoints. Due to their backwards compatibility, designing with PCIe Gen3 switches in mixed (Gen1, Gen2 and Gen3) systems allows designers to future-proof their designs for full Gen3 enablement when migrating to next-generation end-points. The PEX8713 is well suited for fan-out, aggregation, and peer-to-peer traffic patterns. Included is PLX's proprietary visionPAK™ debug software, which allows, for example, internal receive-eye observation after equalization and access to the devices' internal debug registers thus enabling faster time to market.

100 Gb/s "gearbox" PHY that multiplexes and demultiplexes four 25 Gb/s channels to/from ten 10 Gb/s channels supporting Ethernet and Optical Transport Networking (OTN).
 
The BCM84790 is compliant with the IEEE 802.3ba standard for 100 GbE and ITU OTL 4.4 signalling as well as 40 GbE, OTL 3.4 and OTL 4.10. The line interface supports four bidirectional lanes at 25.78125/27.952493 Gb/s for 100 GbE/OTL4.4 applications. It can also be configured to support four bidirectional lanes at 10.3125 to 11.18 Gb/s for 40G repeater applications. The system interface only supports 10 bidirectional lanes or four bidirectional lanes at 10.3125 to 11.18 Gb/s.

The ExpressLane™ PEX8714 is a 12-lane, 5-port, PCIe Gen3 switch device developed on 40nm technology. PEX8714 offers PCI Express switching capability that enables users to connect a host to the endpoints via scalable, high-bandwidth, non-blocking interconnection to a wide variety of applications including servers, storage, communications, and graphics platforms. In addition to the lanes and ports, the device offers one NT port and clock isolation capability. Due to their backwards compatibility, designing with PCIe Gen3 switches in mixed (Gen1, Gen2 and Gen3) systems allows designers to future-proof their designs for full Gen3 enablement when migrating to next-generation end-points. The PEX8714 is well suited for fan-out, aggregation, and peer-to-peer traffic patterns. Included is PLX's proprietary visionPAK debug software, which allows, for example, internal receive-eye observation after equalization and access to the devices' internal debug registers thus enabling faster time to market.

The SBX fabric is equally applicable to the next-generation Carrier Ethernet Switch Router (CESR) and Enterprise Core modular platforms.
 
Its linear scalability allows end users to offer a family of platforms using the same fabric design and architecture. Customers can develop these platforms with a common fabric architecture and then target them to both enterprise and CESR applications with specialized line cards. For CESR applications, the SBX fabric feature set meets the stringent QoS and high-availability requirements demanded by the carriers when offering network-wide SLAs to end customers. For Enterprise Core platforms, the high density and scale of the fabric along with the QoS features address the needs of the next-generation core platforms. Complete solutions are offered along with the BCM88130 by providing a family of queuing engines and forwarding engines that offer progammability and high-density switching.
Highly integrated multilayer switch designed to address new and emerging service provider networking applications.
 
The BCM56685 is part of Broadcom's seventh-generation StrataXGS® product line. The BCM56685 offers the right combination of cost-effective Carrier Ethernet technology, with the ability to deliver outstanding system solutions for broadband access equipment. With its 2.5 Gb/s interfaces, the BCM56685 is tailored for direct interfaces to GPON ports and dense DSL line cards, minimizing total system power, board area and solution cost.

The ExpressLane™ PEX 8716 is a 16-lane, 4-port, PCIe Gen 3 switch device developed on 40nm technology. PEX 8716 offers Multi-Host PCI Express switching capability that enables users to connect multiple hosts to their respective endpoints via scalable, high-bandwidth, non-blocking interconnection to a wide variety of applications including servers, storage, communications, and graphics platforms. The PEX 8716 is well suited for fan-out, aggregation, and peer-to-peer traffic patterns. Included is PLX's proprietary visionPAK debug software, which allows, for example, internal receive-eye observation after equalization and access to the devices' internal debug registers thus enabling faster time to market.

Broadcom's BCM88470 Series, also known as the StrataDNX® Qumran-AX switch series, can help build highly scalable, feature-rich, centralized, fixed or modular aggregation switches to enable cloud-scale networking and Carrier network applications. The BCM88470 devices process up to 300 Gbps traffic, supporting up to 48 full-duplex 10G Ethernet (GE) ports, 16 full-duplex 40GE ports, or 4 full-duplex 100GE ports at Layer 2 through Layer 4 with integrated deep-buffer traffic management capabilities, and a fabric interface.
The BCM88470 series is based on the seventh generation of the Dune scalable switching product line.
It is used to build a variety of network switch solutions with flexible I/O interfaces, such as Ethernet or OTN.

The ExpressLane™ PEX 8696 device is the industry's first PCIe switch to offer 96 PCI Express Gen 2 (5.0 GT/s) lanes, capable of configuring up to 24 flexible ports. The switch conforms to the PCI Express Base Specification, rev 2.0. The 96-lane switch enables users to add scalable, high bandwidth, non-blocking interconnection to a wide variety of applications including servers, communications, storage, blade servers, and embedded systems. The PEX 8696 supports the PCI-SIG defined Multicast protocol for PCI Express as well as Multi-root architecture supporting up to eight upstream ports for backplane applications. The PEX 8696 also features an on-chip Non-Transparent port for dual-host and failover applications, as well as four on-chip Hot-Plug controllers, allowing users to implement single-chip solutions. The device is hardware configurable and software programmable, allowing users to tailor their port configurations and QoS operating characteristics to suit their application requirements. The PEX 8696 is offered in a 35 x 35mm 1156-ball FCBGA. This device is available in lead-free packaging. This device supports Access Control Services (ACS).

The Broadcom® BCM81330 is a single-chip, low-power Pulse Amplitude Modulation (PAM-4) PHY. It integrates equalizer and retimer functions, supporting eight full-duplex, 56-Gb/s ports for backplane applications. In the octal 56-Gb/s mode, the BCM81330 supports duplex 8× 56-Gb/s PAM-4 to 8× 56-Gb/s PAM-4 to drive Long Reach (LR) (30 dB) backplane in fabric/line cards.
 
The BCM81330 also supports multiple standard/line rate, including both PAM-4 and Non Return-to-Zero (NRZ). The BCM81330 provides forward error corrections (FECs) support. On-chip clock synthesis is performed by a single, low-cost 156.25 MHz reference clock via high-frequency, low-jitter phase-locked loops (PLLs). Individual clock recovery is performed on the device by synchronizing directly to the respective incoming data streams.
 
The BCM81330 is designed in 16-nm CMOS technology to provide a low-power solution with integrated AC-coupling capacitors. The BCM81330 is available in a 19-mm × 19-mm, 1.0-mm pitch, 324-ball BGA, RoHS-compliant package.
Broadcom's BCM88270 Series, also known as the StrataDNX® Qumran-UX switch series, can help build highly scalable, feature-rich, centralized, fixed or modular aggregation switches to enable cloud-scale networking and Carrier network applications. The BCM88270 devices process up to 120 Gbps traffic, supporting up to 28 full-duplex 1G Ethernet (GE) ports, 8 full-duplex 10GE ports or 2 full-duplex 40GE ports at Layer 2 through Layer 4 with integrated deep-buffer traffic management capabilities, and a fabric interface.
The BCM88270 series is based on the seventh generation of the Dune scalable switching product line.
It is used to build a variety of network switch solutions with flexible Ethernet port rates.
The ExpressLane™ PEX8796 is a 96-lane, 24-port, PCIe Gen3 switch device developed on 40nm technology. PEX8796 offers Multi-Host PCI Express switching capability that enables users to connect multiple hosts to their respective endpoints via scalable, high-bandwidth, non-blocking interconnection to a wide variety of applications including servers, storage, communications, and graphics platforms. In addition to high number lane/port count, the device offers two NT ports and clock isolation capability.
 
Due to their backwards compatibility, designing with PCIe Gen3 switches in mixed (Gen1, Gen2 and Gen3) systems allows designers to future-proof their designs for full Gen3 enablement when migrating to next-generation end-points. The PEX8796 is well suited for fan-out, aggregation, and peer-to-peer traffic patterns. Included is PLX's proprietary visionPAK debug software, which allows, for example, internal receive-eye observation after equalization and access to the devices' internal debug registers thus enabling faster time to market.
Broadcom's BCM7354 is a single-chip, multiformat, high-definition satellite Set-top-Box (STB) solution that enables service providers to deploy multiroom DVR while reducing cost and power requirements.
 
Broadcom’s BCM7354 is a single-chip, multiformat HD satellite STB solution featuring integrated Ethernet MII and physical layer capabilities for connectivity with Broadcom Wi-Fi and powerline solutions that enable service providers to deploy multiroom DVR while reducing cost and power requirements. The BCM7354 allows multiple users to store, time shift or access content from media servers or residential gateways for playback on STBs anywhere in the home, driving the transition to a more connected and interactive home network environment that also reduces the power, complexity and overall cost for the solution provider.
 
The BCM5871X is a series of quad-core 64-bit 2GHz ARM® v8 Cortex®-A57 communication processors targeting a broad range of networking applications including virtual CPE (vCPE) and NFV appliances, 10G service routers and gateways, control plane processing for Ethernet switches, and network attached storage (NAS). The BCM5871x combines advanced computing, networking and virtualization functions on a single SoC with the industry’s first quad-core A57 CPU delivering 34,000 DMIPS below 10 watts, providing unprecedented levels of integration and setting a new bar on performance and power efficiency.
 
The BCM5871x integrates Broadcom’s server class network interface controller with virtualization, stateless offloads, and packet processing capabilities. As result, the BCM5871X networking interfaces can be shared across various VMs, increasing productivity and bandwidth efficiency. Moreover, Broadcom’s TruFlow™ packet flow processing technology enables Open vSwitch acceleration through CPU offload helping to scale and increase VNF density, in addition to offering flexible Software-Defined Networking (SDN) provisioning and policy controls.
 
The BCM5871x SoCs are supported by Yocto-compliant Linux Development Kit (LDK) and pre-integrated Switch Development Kit (SDK) and WiFi drivers. The BCM5871x software includes support for open source projects and development models (KVM, OpenStack, Open vSwitch, OpenDaylight, DPDK, and ODP™).
A high-definition IP Set-top-Box (STB) solution enabling advanced Internet protocol digital entertainment services in a low-cost, high-performance and compact package.
 
Complementing Broadcom's family of DVR-enabled media server solutions, the BCM7231 allows solution providers to cost-effectively expand IPTV services, such as networked DVR and IP video services, for both client-server and low-cost standalone deployment models.
The BCM3322 is a hybrid Internet protocol (IP) gateway System on a Chip (SoC).
 
The BCM3322 enables manufacturers to rapidly design and deploy performance- and feature-optimized hybrid cable, terrestrial and digital subscriber line (DSL) IP gateway products for the connected digital home. It is part of the Broadcom SoC portfolio of next-generation devices with integrated MoCA technology. MoCA 2.0 supports an improved packet error rate, enabling higher quality of service levels for operators and allowing the effective use of higher numbers of tuner/demods being integrated into next-generation Set-top-Box (STB) and gateway devices.
Represents the industry's first 100 Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) capable switching silicon.
 
The BCM88600 series integrates the features and functionality of an entire high-performance line card into a single chip, thus enabling a new generation of networking solutions. The series features the only merchant silicon solution that can process a single stream of 100GbE at Layer 2-Layer 4 with integrated traffic management capabilities. The BCM88600 series allows OEMs to build scalable modular switching platforms with capacity ranging from 100 Gigabits per second (Gb/s) to 100 Terabits per second (Tb/s). The series can be used to build a variety of network switch solutions, from small fixed standalone configurations to large modular chassis-based solutions. Multiple chassis of different sizes can be seamlessly interconnected via a two-stage fabric element (e.g. FE600), delivering thousands of wirespeed 10GE/40GE/100GE ports. The unified infrastructure enables system vendors to build a single scalable product line sharing the same switching infrastructure to address a variety of densities and applications.
Broadcom’s BCM7584 is a cost-optimized System on a Chip (SoC) that delivers advanced multituner experiences for cable systems worldwide.
 
Broadcom’s BCM7584 is a low-cost, high-definition (HD) digital cable Set-top Box SoC with integrated Full-Band Capture and IP video server technology. The BMC7584 is part of Broadcom’s solutions that provide a complete single-chip solution with a high-performance CPU, 3D graphics and Full-Band Capture technologies to enable operators throughout the world to provide cost-effective and advanced video experiences to subscribers.
The SAS 2308 opens the door to low-cost, agile IO connectivity solutions for external storage, blades, or low- to mid-range servers. When performance and scalability are critical, the SAS 2308 delivers, improving end-user satisfaction and accelerating time to market.
 
  • Capitalize on the wide bandwidth of eight PCI Express 3.0 lanes with SAS and SATA transfer rates of up to 6Gb/s
  • Supports power management, T-10 Data Protection Model, PCIe hot plugging, and up to 1,000 connected devices
  • Supply superior performance – up to 10,000 outstanding I/O without external RAM and 600,000 IOPS
  • Increase value with integrated support for RAID levels 0, 1, 1E, and 10
Implements the one- and two-stream 802.11ac specification to enable speeds up to 433 and 867 Mb/s, respectively, and is backward compatible with Not Recommended for New Design 802.11b/g/a/n devices.
This product family is used as client devices in smartphones, tablets, set-top boxes, digital televisions, PC products and other products requiring small size and low-power connectivity solutions. Each product has a single-chip dual-band transceiver that integrates all the major functional blocks in a complete 802.11ac wireless subsystem, including radio, baseband and MAC, along with, depending on customer application requirements, Bluetooth and FM radio. These highly integrated solutions provide the increased coverage and throughput performance required for high-quality video and media applications in the home and enterprise and can be added to any end product regardless of the application processor used.
Based on Broadcom’s scalable 10G Ethernet controller architecture, NetXtreme® C-Series controllers can be used to build highly-scalable, feature-rich networking solutions in servers for cloud-scale applications.
 
NetXtreme® C-Series addresses the performance and service demands of mega-scale data center networks for high throughput and advanced flow processing. Features such as TruFlow™ increase VM density up to 50%, freeing more CPU cycles for additional virtual machines. On-chip tunneling protocol processing for Geneve, VXLAN, and NVGRE provides up to a 5X throughput increase while lowering CPU utilization up to 90% compared to software-only solutions. NetXtreme® C-Series controllers also support advanced networking technologies such as SDN and NFV, to facilitate the management of cloud networks and to enable service provider solutions.
 

The ExpressLane™ PEX 8724 is a 24-lane, 6-port, PCIe Gen 3 switch device developed on 40nm technology. PEX 8724 offers Multi-Host PCI Express switching capability that enables users to connect multiple hosts to their respective endpoints via scalable, high-bandwidth, non-blocking interconnection to a wide variety of applications including servers, storage, communications, and graphics platforms. The PEX 8724 is well suited for fan-out, aggregation, and peer-to-peer traffic patterns. Included is PLX's proprietary visionPAK debug software, which allows, for example, internal receive-eye observation after equalization and access to the devices' internal debug registers thus enabling faster time to market.

The Broadcom® BCM81328 is a single-chip, 8× 56-Gb/s full-duplex, front-panel Pulse Amplitude Modulation (PAM-4) PHY. It is a low-power device supporting both the PAM-4 and Non Return-to-Zero (NRZ) data formats. It supports various operation modes such as Retimer and Gearbox modes. It also supports 10G, 25G, 40G, 50G, 100G, 200G, and 400G line-card applications. On-chip clock synthesis is performed by a low-cost 156.25 MHz reference clock via high-frequency, low-jitter phaselocked loops (PLLs). 

The BCM81328 is fabricated with advanced, low-power 16-nm CMOS technology. The BCM81328 is available in a 15-mm × 15-mm, 0.8-mm pitch, 324-pin BGA, RoHS-compliant package.

The ExpressLane™ PEX 8725 is a 24-lane, 10-port, PCIe Gen 3 switch device developed on 40nm technology. PEX 8725 offers Multi-Host PCI Express switching capability that enables users to connect multiple hosts to their respective endpoints via scalable, high-bandwidth, non-blocking interconnection to a wide variety of applications including servers, storage, communications, and graphics platforms. In addition to high number port count, the device offers on-chip DMA engines, two NT ports and clock isolation capability. Due to their backwards compatibility, designing with PCIe Gen3 switches in mixed (Gen1, Gen2 and Gen3) systems allows designers to future-proof their designs for full Gen3 enablement when migrating to next-generation end-points. The PEX 8725 is well suited for fan-out, aggregation, and peer-to-peer traffic patterns. Included is PLX's proprietary visionPAK debug software, which allows, for example, internal receive-eye observation after equalization and access to the devices' internal debug registers thus enabling faster time to market.

Broadcom’s BCM7435 is a Set-top Box (STB) platform that enables operators to securely deliver premium broadcast content converged with Web-based content and services to multiple screens in the connected home.
 
Broadcom's BCM7435 with transcoding shows video broadcast content streaming simultaneously to multiple devices, while concurrently supporting secure Web applications. This enables operators to offer new, Web-based services while protecting high-value broadcast content.
 
  As a result, pay-TV users can access more apps, social networking and an overall Web-based TV experiences.
Broadcom’s BCM7358 is targeted at emerging markets to accelerate low-cost and interactive high-definition TV experiences.
 
The Broadcom BCM7358 high-definition satellite Set-top Box System on a Chip reduces design complexity, size and overall system cost to accelerate deployment of HD satellite Set-top Boxes throughout emerging markets. Broadcom's 40 nm design combines a high-performance CPU, advanced security functionality and connectivity support including DLNA® (Digital Living Network Alliance).
 
Broadcom's BCM7356 is a single-chip, multiformat, high-definition satellite Set-top Box (STB) solution featuring integrated Ethernet MII and physical layer capabilities.
 
Broadcom’s BCM7356 is a single-chip, multiformat HD satellite Set-top Box solution featuring integrated Ethernet MII and PHY capabilities for connectivity with Broadcom Wi-Fi and powerline solutions that enable service providers to deploy multiroom DVR while reducing cost and power requirements. The BCM7356 allows multiple users to store, time shift or access content from media servers or residential gateways for playback on STBs anywhere in the home, driving the transition to a more connected and interactive home network environment that also reduces the power, complexity and overall cost for the solution provider.
 
System-on-a-Chip (SoC) for multi-HD/UltraHD IP Set-top Boxes (STBs). It integrates the High-Efficiency Video Codec (HEVC), or H.265 standard, which enables more UltraHD content.
 
It also incorporates Dual Display, a feature that enables presentation of two simultaneous video channels from the same STB via independent HDMI outputs and remote control devices.
The BCM47452 is the industry’s lowest-power, smallest and most affordable wireless system on a chip.
The affordability of this chip enables all tiers of the enterprise market to transition to 802.11ac. The BCM47452 integrates two radios, power amplifiers and CPU on a single device. Its Real Simultaneous Dual-Band (RSDB) functionality lets OEMs support 2.4- and 5-GHz radio operation concurrently in a single device.
Complete two-port 100/1000/10GBASE-T solution operating at 100m over Category 6a or Category 7 unshielded twisted-pair cable.
 
It is based on a highly advanced digital signal processor-based architecture to allow robust operation over unshielded twisted-pair (UTP) wiring. It is a highly integrated solution combining enhanced analog front ends with digital adaptive equalizers, ADCs, phase-locked loops, line drivers, LDPC encoders and decoders, echo cancellers, crosstalk cancellers and all required support circuitry. The BCM84833 is optimized to enable switch, controller and other general 10-Gigabit Ethernet (10GbE) connectivity applications. Each port in the BCM84833 contains one XFI interface and two XAUI™ interfaces. Any one of these interfaces can be connected on the MAC side or line side. One of the four lanes on each XAUI interface is reserved to support the SGMII interface, which offers lower-speed 100/1000BASE-T operation. This dual port enables customers to design high-density Top of the Rack (ToR) switches and server NIC controllers for data center applications.
Designed for connecting multiple targets and hosts, the SAS35x36R expander provides high performance expansion for the most demanding storage applications in a small footprint. DataBolt bandwidth optimizer technology aggregates bandwidth to provide 12Gb/s SAS performance to the host when using 6Gb/s and 3Gb/s SATA end devices, making it ideal for high-capacity and other storage applications. The 35x36R expander is supported by an industry-leading Software Development Kit (SDK) and tool suite for easy integration, de-bug and troubleshooting.
 
  • Enable higher enclosure capacities through 36 PHY edge expansion
  • Provide high device throughput with SAS and SATA support up to 12Gb/s, including wide port support
  • Aggregated bandwidth provides higher total performance with DataBolt technology
  • Lowest power utilization expander and industry-leading SerDes for performance and robustness
Provide a higher level of storage performance with the SAS 2208 RAID-on-chip (ROC) controller, incorporating an 800 MHz, dual-core processor. The ROC features a DDR3 memory interface and can integrate with both a battery for data as well as onboard DDR3 cache. From RAID 0 to 60, the SAS 2208 meets the data protection levels demanded by mainstream storage applications while leaving lots of capacity for future scaling.
 
  • Utilize the wide bandwidth provided by eight PCI Express® 3.0 lanes with SAS and SATA transfer rates of up to 6Gb/s
  • Deliver best-in-class MegaRAID® data protection across integrated RAID 0, 1, 1E, & 10 with activation-based options for RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, 10, 50, & 60
  • Reduce BOM costs with affordable, single-chip design built around a low-power 800 MHz processing core
  • Available only to OEMs through direct sales
 
Broadcom's BCM7301 is a highly integrated System on a Chip for satellite Set-top Boxes.
 
Broadcom’s BCM7301 is a highly integrated and cost-effective satellite Set-top Box System on a Chip for single high-definition MPEG-4 decode and standard-definition display with USB-PVR and advanced connectivity features that supports Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA). It combines a satellite front-end with an integrated tuner and data transport processor, a high-quality video processing engine, four video DACs and a pair of high-fidelity audio DACs.
These 28 nm knowledge-based processors are based on heterogeneous architecture.
 
The architecture enables cutting-edge performance (2.4 billion searches per second), while delivering unprecedented power savings. This is achieved at deterministic latency, which is essential for the majority of telecommunications applications, including routers (core, edge and multiservice), enterprise, datacenter and carrier Ethernet switches, security appliances and wireless infrastructure equipment. The heterogeneous knowledge-based processor (KPB) provides network awareness and enables real-time modifications and updates to the routing configuration, making it ideal for packet classification, policy enforcement and Layer 2 / Layer 3 forwarding. The integration of an on-chip user data array facilitates a lower overall system cost to the end user by reducing bill-of-materials costs as well as ASIC complexity. 
 
The 28 nm heterogeneous KBPs deliver flexibility and scalability to address the needs of a large landscape of networking applications. Furthermore, the heterogeneous architecture is complemented with a feature-rich and easy-to-use software toolset encompassing Broadcom's proprietary NetRoute™ technology, which allows support for up to 2.4x the knowledge database capacity per device (9.6x larger database capacity per system) without compromising performance.
 
The BCM82251 is a low-power, low-latency PHY integrating retimer and equalizer functions that support 100GbE and 40GbE applications.
 
In 100GbE mode, the BCM82251 converts 4 × 25GE traffic into 2 × 50GE PAM4 and is capable of driving Direct Attached Cable and SR/LR optics. In 40GbE mode, the BCM82251 converts 2 × 20GE traffic into 1 × 40GbE PAM4, and is capable of driving Direct Attached Cable and SR/LR optics. BCM82251 supports single and dual 40GbE operation. On-chip clock synthesis is performed by a low cost 156.25 MHz reference clock (for all IEEE standard 100GbE/40GbE rates) via high frequency, low-jitter phase-locked loops (PLLs).
 
The BCM82251 is available in 8mm × 8 mm, 0.65 mm pitch, 144-pin BGA, RoHS-compliant package.

The BCM82864 is a quad channel 40G Ethernet device that gearboxes two lanes of 20Gb/s data into an IEEE standard four by 10Gb/s format.The 20Gb/s, system side, interface on the part is specifically designed to interoperate with Broadcom’s high density data center switches.

The10Gb/s, line side, interface is fully compliant with the 40G Ethernet IEEE802.3ba standard. In addition to the 40GbE gearbox mode, the BCM82864 can be placed in 100G Ethernet bypass mode. In this mode, lanes on both the system and line side of the device operate at 25Gb/s. The line side interface in 100G retime mode is fully compliant to CAUI4 and offers optional CL91 FEC for 100GBASE-SR4 and CR4 support.

The Broadcom BCM7230 is a low-cost, high-performance, small form factor Set-top Box (STB) offering for IP STBs.
 
Broadcom's BCM7230 high-definition IP STB solution enables advanced Internet protocol digital entertainment services in a low-cost, high-performance and compact package. Complementing Broadcom's family of DVR-enabled media server solutions, the BCM7230 allows solution providers to cost-effectively expand IPTV services, such as networked DVR and IP video services, for both client-server and low-cost standalone deployment models.

The BCM82793 is a physical layer device that supports 10G, 40G and 100G Ethernet.

In 100G mode, the device gearboxes four lanes of 25Gb/s data into a standard 10 by 10Gb/s CAUI bus. In retimer mode, the device retimes 10 lanes of 10Gb/s data supporting two 40G Ethernet ports, ten 10G Ethernet ports or a mix thereof. The BCM82793 is offered in an industry standard 19 x19 mm footprint, enabling upgrades to existing systems. The 25Gb/s, line side, interface is fully compliant with the 100G Ethernet IEEE802.3ba and IEEE802.3bj standards including support for IEEE CL73 (Autoneg), CL91 (FEC) and CL92 (Transmit Training).

The world's lowest-power, highest-integrated and smallest OC-48 SONET transceiver chip. The BCM8220 requires only one-fourth the power dissipation of competitive solutions. It is also the world's first OC-48 transceiver to feature a pin-efficient, four-bit, 622.08 Mb/s LVDS interface, which is the preferred interface standard for next-generation SONET equipment.
 
The BCM8220 FEC-capable (forward error correction), SONET/SDH transceiver is a fully integrated, SONET OC-48 (2.488/2.667 Gb/s) interface serialization/deserialization device with an integrated clock multiplication unit (CMU) and integrated clock and data recovery (CDR) circuit. Output frequency is selectable at 2.488 Gb/s or 2.667 Gb/s, allowing the user to use the FEC capability. On-chip clock synthesis is performed by the high-frequency, low-jitter, phase-locked loop on the BCM8220 transceiver chip, allowing the use of slower 77.76/155.52 MHz (83.35/166.71 MHz) external transmit clock references.
Broadcom’s BCM7445 UltraHD TV Home Gateway chip is designed for the home and multiscreen connected-home entertainment.
 
The BCM7445UltraHD TV Home Gateway Chip provides UltraHD (4Kx2K resolution) TV into the home for improved picture quality. UltraHD TV screens display four times the resolution of 1080p60 displays. The chip delivers four transcoded HD video streams over IP for content on any screen in the home. The CPU processing performance and home networking throughput supports a range of applications such as video-on-demand (VoD), gaming, social media and Web store applications.
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.

The ExpressLane™ PEX 8732 is a 32-lane, 8-port, PCIe Gen 3 switch device developed on 40nm technology. PEX 8732 offers Multi-Host PCI Express switching capability that enables users to connect multiple hosts to their respective endpoints via scalable, high-bandwidth, non-blocking interconnection to a wide variety of applications including servers, storage, communications, and graphics platforms. The PEX 8732 is well suited for fan-out, aggregation, and peer-to-peer traffic patterns. Included is PLX's proprietary visionPAK debug software, which allows, for example, internal receive-eye observation after equalization and access to the devices' internal debug registers thus enabling faster time to market.

Offers industry-leading integration and performance in a small footprint. The device offers up to 24 multilayer GbE ports and four XFI ports.
 
Offering the industry's highest level of integration, the BCM56150 has embedded 16 GPHYs as well as a powerful ARM® A9 processor. The BCM56150 is ideal for cost-sensitive edge-connectivity applications, such as light L3-managed wiring closet switches for enterprise or MTU/MDU switch for service providers. The BCM56150 family offers I/O configurations that address key segments of edge connectivity. A single device supports the popular 24x GbE switch with 4x 10GbE uplinks.
 

The ExpressLane™ PEX 8733 is a 32-lane, 18-port, PCIe Gen 3 switch device developed on 40nm technology. PEX 8733 offers Multi-Host PCI Express switching capability that enables users to connect multiple hosts to their respective endpoints via scalable, high-bandwidth, non-blocking interconnection to a wide variety of applications including servers, storage, communications, and graphics platforms. In addition to high number port count, the device offers on-chip DMA engines, two NT ports and clock isolation capability. Due to their backwards compatibility, designing with PCIe Gen3 switches in mixed (Gen1, Gen2 and Gen3) systems allows designers to future-proof their designs for full Gen3 enablement when migrating to next-generation end-points. The PEX 8733 is well suited for fan-out, aggregation, and peer-to-peer traffic patterns. Included is PLX's proprietary visionPAK debug software, which allows, for example, internal receive-eye observation after equalization and access to the devices' internal debug registers thus enabling faster time to market.

As server interfaces in the enterprise data center transition from 1 to 10GbE, and virtualization continues to increase link utilization, data center networks are demanding top-of-rack (ToR) switches with dense 10GbE ports and 100GbE connectivity to the spine layer.
 
With support for up to eight 100GbE ports and more than 100 10GbE ports, the StrataXGS® Trident-II+ switch series can be used to build highly scalable, lower power, feature-rich ToR switches. Together with spine switches built around the StrataXGS Tomahawk™ and StrataDNX™ switch series, the Trident-II+ series form the ideal combination to drive cloud scale networking adoption in the enterprise market.
 

 
  In addition, fabrics of BCM56868 with BCM56860 devices can be interconnected via the HiGig2™ protocol to support multi-terabit chassis designs for large-scale data center, enterprise and service provider applications. The StrataXGS Trident-II+ switch with integrated SmartSwitch™ technology has been designed to address performance, capacity and service requirements for next generation data centers and cloud computing applications.

The ExpressLane™ PEX8780 is a 80-lane, 20-port, PCIe Gen3 switch device developed on 40nm technology. PEX8780 offers Multi-Host PCI Express switching capability that enables users to connect multiple hosts to their respective endpoints via scalable, high-bandwidth, non-blocking interconnection to a wide variety of applications including servers, storage, communications, and graphics platforms. In addition to high number lane/port count, the device offers two NT ports and clock isolation capability. Due to their backwards compatibility, designing with PCIe Gen3 switches in mixed (Gen1, Gen2 and Gen3) systems allows designers to future-proof their designs for full Gen3 enablement when migrating to next-generation end-points. The PEX8780 is well suited for fan-out, aggregation, and peer-to-peer traffic patterns. Included is PLX's proprietary visionPAK debug software, which allows, for example, internal receive-eye observation after equalization and access to the devices' internal debug registers thus enabling faster time to market.

The ExpressLane™ PEX8734 is a 32-lane, 8-port, PCIe Gen3 switch device developed on 40nm technology. PEX8734 offers Multi-Host PCI Express switching capability that enables users to connect multiple hosts to their respective endpoints via scalable, high-bandwidth, non-blocking interconnection to a wide variety of applications including servers, storage, communications, and graphics platforms. In addition to high number lane/port count, the device offers two NT ports and clock isolation capability. Due to their backwards compatibility, designing with PCIe Gen3 switches in mixed (Gen1, Gen2 and Gen3) systems allows designers to future-proof their designs for full Gen3 enablement when migrating to next-generation end-points. The PEX8734 is well suited for fan-out, aggregation, and peer-to-peer traffic patterns. Included is PLX's proprietary visionPAK debug software, which allows, for example, internal receive-eye observation after equalization and access to the devices' internal debug registers thus enabling faster time to market.

The ExpressLane™ PEX 8680 device is the industry's first PCIe switch to offer 80 PCI Express Gen 2 (5.0 GT/s) lanes, capable of configuring up to 20 flexible ports. The switch conforms to the PCI Express Base Specification, rev 2.0. The 80-lane switch enables users to add scalable, high bandwidth, non-blocking interconnection to a wide variety of applications including servers, communications, storage, blade servers, and embedded systems. The PEX 8680 supports the PCI-SIG defined Multicast protocol for PCI Express as well as Multi-root architecture supporting up to six upstream ports. The PEX 8680 also features an on-chip Non-Transparent port for dual-host and failover applications, as well as four on-chip Hot-Plug controllers, allowing users to implement single-chip solutions. The device is hardware configurable and software programmable, allowing users to tailor their port configurations and QoS operating characteristics to suit their application requirements. The PEX 8680 is offered in a 35 x 35mm 1156-ball FCBGA. This device is available in lead-free packaging. This device supports Access Control Services (ACS).

Dual-channel 10-Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) SFI-to-XAUI™ LAN/WAN PHY that incorporates an electronic dispersion compensation (EDC) equalizer supporting SFP+ line card applications.
 
The BCM84728 is a lower-power version of the BCM8728 dual SFI-to-XAUI PHY and also supports 1588 and WAN interface Sublayer (WIS) mode. The BCM84728 is a multirate physical layer device targeted for SMF, multimode fiber (MMF) or copper twin-ax applications interfacing to both limiting-based and linear-based SFP+ and SFP modules. The BCM84728 is fully compliant with the 10GbE IEEE 802.3aq standard and also supports 1000BASE-X and SGMII modes.
Broadcom has extended the reach of PCIe for use as a fabric for data center and cloud computing through its ExpressFabric initiative and platform of hardware and software. ExpressFabric can eliminate expensive bridging devices within the rack, such as adapter cards that translate native PCIe to Ethernet and back to PCIe. Yet ExpressFabric works seamlessly with other standards used within the rack and in rack-to-rack connectivity. The industry-first ExpressFabric platform enables high performance, low latency, scalable, cost-effective fabric capabilities based on Gen3 PCI Express. The platform provides the ability to share I/O with standard SR-IOV or multifunction devices, and to enable multiple hosts to reside on a single PCIe-based network using standard PCIe enumeration – a capability not previously available on PCIe devices. The hosts communicate through Ethernet-like DMA, and do so using standard hosts, end-points, and application software.
Central Office (CO) VDSL2 SoC that integrates vectoring technology, removing crosstalk interference and proliferating higher-speed Internet, IPTV and mobile broadband services.
 
Broadcom's BCM65x00 Family Central Office SoC increases capacity (throughput/data rates) on infrastructure equipment and extends the value and reach of broadband services to more households by leveraging the company's third generation of standards-compliant VDSL2 technology and existing knowledge base of real-world deployments.

The ExpressLane™ PEX 8636 offers 36 PCI Express Gen 2 (5.0 GT/s) lanes, capable of configuring up to 24 flexible ports and fully conforms to the PCI Express Base Specification, rev 2.0. With 24-ports, the PEX 8636 is the largest PCIe switch in the industry serving the communications and networking markets. The PEX 8636 architecture implements Multicast as defined in the PCI Express Specification. With support for 64 multicast groups and 24 ports, the PEX 8636 provides the user with flexibility in the programmability of multicast, a required feature in the primary markets served by the PEX 8636. Any available port in the PEX 8636 can be the source of a multicast transaction based. PEX 8636 also supports cut-thru with the industry's lowest latency of 200ns (x1 to x1) and offers state of the art test and debug features which provide visibility into the various internal blocks including the SerDes. The device also features an on-chip Non-Transparent port for dual-host and failover applications as well as Virtual Switch Mode function for endpoint migration. The PEX 8636 is offered in a 35 x 35mm 1156-ball FCBGA and is available in lead-free packaging. This device supports Access Control Services (ACS).

Broadcom has extended the reach of PCIe for use as a fabric for data center and cloud computing through its ExpressFabric initiative and platform of hardware and software. ExpressFabric can eliminate expensive bridging devices within the rack, such as adapter cards that translate native PCIe to Ethernet and back to PCIe. Yet ExpressFabric works seamlessly with other standards used within the rack and in rack-to-rack connectivity.
 
The industry-first ExpressFabric platform enables high performance, low latency, scalable, cost-effective fabric capabilities based on Gen3 PCI Express. The platform provides the ability to share I/O with standard SR-IOV or multifunction devices, and to enable multiple hosts to reside on a single PCIe-based network using standard PCIe enumeration – a capability not previously available on PCIe devices. The hosts communicate through Ethernet-like DMA, and do so using standard hosts, end-points, and application software.
Designed for connecting multiple targets and hosts, the SAS3x24R expander provides high performance expansion for the most demanding storage applications in a small footprint. DataBolt bandwidth optimizer technology aggregates bandwidth to provide 12Gb/s SAS performance to the host when using 6Gb/s and 3Gb/s SATA end devices, making it ideal for high-capcity and other storage applications. Optimized for server backplanes with limited space, this 24-port expander’s scalability, fault tolerance, and software support will make your storage applications perform like never before. The 3x24R expander is supported by an industry-leading Software Development Kit (SDK) and tool suite for easy integration, de-bug and troubleshooting.
 
  • Enable higher enclosure capacities through 24 PHY edge expansion
  • Provide high device throughput with SAS and SATA support up to 12Gb/s, including wide port support
  • Aggregated bandwidth provides higher total performance with DataBolt technology
  • Help ensure ample enclosure bandwidth through 2MB of integrated RAM and an ARM Cortex-R4 300 MHz processor
GPON gateway processors designed to facilitate the realization of more cost-effective optical network terminals (ONTs) or optical network units (ONUs) used in conjunction with service provider passive optical networks (PONs).
 
The Broadcom BCM6800 family provides unparalleled levels of integration utilizing Broadcom's GPON system-on-a-chip (SoC) solutions. With field-proven, carrier-grade residential gateway software, Broadcom's GPON portfolio enables manufacturers to accelerate GPON penetration into telecommunications markets with end-to-end solutions. Broadcom's foundation of GPON solutions, the BCM685xx series addresses high-speed connectivity and stringent Quality of Service (QoS) requirements for residential triple-play services including video-on-demand (VoD), HD-IPTV, voice over IP (VoIP) and high-speed Internet (HIS). By providing consistent software integration across all carrier access CPE platforms, Broadcom offers carriers and system vendors a turnkey system to accelerate next-generation end-to-end FTTx networks.
 
Fourth-generation programmable packet processors, built upon the proven XCore® packet-processing architecture.
 
The BCM88030 Series provides completely flexible and programmable forwarding solutions, ensuring that the most demanding existing and future applications can be supported. The BCM88030 Series delivers extremely high performance in single devices by utilizing an array of 64 purpose-built processing engines as well as large-scale hardware acceleration of key functions such as packet parsing, Exact Match and Longest Prefix Match (LPM) classification and lookups.
The ExpressLane™ PEX 8632 device offers 32 PCI Express Gen 2 (5.0 GT/s) lanes, capable of configuring up to 12 flexible ports. The switch conforms to the PCI Express Base Specification, rev 2.0. The 32-lane switch enables users to add scalable, high bandwidth, non-blocking interconnection to a wide variety of applications including servers, communications, storage, blade servers, and embedded systems. The PEX 8632 boasts the industry's lowest 32-lane PCIe Gen 2 latency at 145ns and unsurpassed performance with its non-blocking architecture, capable of supporting both host-centric as well as true peer-to-peer traffic. The PEX 8632 also features an on-chip Non-Transparent port for dual-host and failover applications, as well as three on-chip Hot-Plug controllers, allowing users to implement single-chip solutions. The device is hardware configurable and software programmable, allowing users to tailor their port configurations and QoS operating characteristics to suit their application requirements. The PEX 8632 is offered in a 27 x 27mm 676-ball FCBGA. This device is available in lead-free packaging. This device supports Access Control Services (ACS).
 
Complete quad 100BASE-TX, 1000BASE-T and 10GBASE-T solution operating at 100m over Category 6a unshielded twisted-pair cable.
 
Its 23x23 mm BGA package permits 48-port 1RU switches to be implemented with the physical layers in a single row, with room remaining for six Quad Small Form-Factor Pluggable (QSFP) uplinks. The BCM84848 offers lower power than our first-generation 40 nm 10GBASE-T PHYs while adding Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE) for 1000BASE-T and 100BASE-TX, in addition to 10GBASE-T. Optional Adaptive Voltage Scaling (AVS) delivers a low-power solution while enabling a low-cost implementation. The BCM84848 is based on a highly advanced digital signal processor architecture to enable robust operations over worst-case unshielded twisted-pair (UTP) cables.
Broadcom's BCM33843 is pin compatible and leverages the same software and system design as Broadcom's BCM3383 DOCSIS 3.0 cable gateway SoC, enabling operators to leverage existing designs to quickly deploy additional channels and more bandwidth.
 
The BCM33843 supports DOCSIS and digital video on any frequency eliminating limitations of "block" tuners. When combined with Broadcom's set-top box SoC with fast acquisition technology, video channels can be pre-tuned and users can enjoy the experience of Broadcom's FastRTV™ fast channel change technology.
 
Designed for connecting multiple targets and hosts, and featuring a small footprint, the SAS35x28R expander provides high performance expansion for the most demanding storage applications. DataBolt bandwidth optimizer technology aggregates bandwidth to provide 12Gb/s SAS performance to the host when using 6Gb/s and 3Gb/s SATA end devices, making it ideal for high-capacity and other storage applications. Optimized for server backplanes with limited space, this 28-port expander’s scalability, fault tolerance, and software support will make your storage applications perform like never before. The 35x28R expander is supported by an industry-leading Software Development Kit (SDK) and tool suite for easy integration, de-bug and troubleshooting.
 
  • Enable higher enclosure capacities through 28 PHY edge expansion
  • Provide high device throughput with SAS and SATA support up to 12Gb/s, including wide port support
  • Leverage DataBolt technology to aggregate bandwidth from lower-speed drives for higher total performance
  • Lowest power utilization expander and industry-leading SerDes for performance and robustness

This fourth-generation SAS RAID-on-Chip (ROC), based on its Fusion-MPT architecture, integrates the latest enhancements in SAS and PCIe technology. For OEMs and server vendors looking to build enterprise-class data protection and throughput into their entry to mid-range servers, the SAS 3324 ROC is an ideal, cost-effective choice.

The 24-port ROC device provides SAS data transfer rates of 12, 6 and 3Gb/s per lane and SATA data transfer rates of 6 and 3 Gb/s per lane. The high-port count ROC helps eliminate storage bottlenecks with eight PCI Express® 3.0 lanes and complies with the PCIe 3.0 specification that extends the PCIe data rates up to 8.0GT/s per lane.

  • Balance protection and performance for critical applications with MegaRAID levels 0, 1, 1E, 5, 6, 10, 50 and 60
  • Reduce EMI with Spread Spectrum Clocking (SSC) and protect confidential data with data encryption
  • Detect and recover data corruption with T-10 Optical Support and T-10 End-to-End Data Protection (EEDP)
  • Take advantage of 12Gb/s speeds while utilizing 6Gb/s drives and backplanes with DataBolt bandwidth aggregation technology
  • Deliver improved performance with SATA drives with SATA FIS-based switching
  • Available only to OEMs through direct sales

 

Enables industry-leading 3D graphics performance and full-featured multimedia (including 1080p video encode and decode) with a superior audio experience, all while maintaining low power consumption.
 
Designed in a low-power 40 nanometer (40nm) CMOS silicon process, the BCM11140 consists of a dual-core ARM® Cortex™-A9 at 1 GHz processor integrated with Broadcom's industry-leading VideoCore® IV graphics and multimedia subsystem and a rich set of peripheral interfaces. It also incorporates a three-port enterprise-class Gigabit Ethernet switch and two gigabit PHYs, making it ideal for high-definition IP Video phones and personal telepresence systems.
Broadcom’s BCM7563 extends Broadcom’s pin-compatible cable, satellite, IP and terrestrial TV chipset product portfolio.
 
The Broadcom BCM7563 includes a DVB-T2 tuner, demodulator, CPU, high-definition audio, video and graphics back-end to address growing digital terrestrial TV (DTT) adoption. The BCM7563 provides equipment manufacturers with an easier-to-build and lower-complexity solution. It also allows operators to upgrade services easily from one-way broadcast to Digital Video Recording (DVR) and future two-way interactive IP services such as HbbTV, Video on Demand (VoD) and online shopping.
Provides a complete solution for switching fabric and ingress/egress traffic management.
 
The device belongs to the Fabric Access Processor (FAP) family. The P130 is an 80-Gb/s, full-duplex, highly integrated switching device supporting L2/L3 packet processing with deep buffering and ingress and egress traffic management.
Highly integrated, ultralow- power, quad-port 10G, or a single-port 40G, OTN Framer/Mapper/PHY device.
 
It incorporates OTN mapping/demapping, framing/deframing and forward error correction (FEC) encoding/decoding functions to enable high-density and low-power packet optical transport applications. The OTN functions may be disabled by software, allowing the BCM84540 to operate as a LAN/WAN PHY with advanced equalization, targeted for SMF applications that interface to either SFP+ or XFP modules. With OTN functions enabled by software, the device enables an Ethernet-based line card to interface to an OTN network, without the need for an extra transponder card. With these functions enabled, the device also provides longer transmission distance and robust OAM support per the ITU-T G.709 OTN standard. The BCM84540 offers a powerful combination of mixed signal and digital processing technology functionality including high-speed PHY, Electronic Dispersion Compensation (EDC), clock synthesis, jitter-filtering phase-locked loops (PLLs) and selectable Forward Error Correction (FEC) codes. Comprehensive application coverage enables interoperability between different network operators and system equipment vendors.
 

The ExpressLane™ PEX8764 is a 64-lane, 16-port, PCIe Gen3 switch device developed on 40nm technology. PEX8764 offers Multi-Host PCI Express switching capability that enables users to connect multiple hosts to their respective endpoints via scalable, high-bandwidth, non-blocking interconnection to a wide variety of applications including servers, storage, communications, and graphics platforms. In addition to high number lane/port count, the device offers two NT ports and clock isolation capability. Due to their backwards compatibility, designing with PCIe Gen3 switches in mixed (Gen1, Gen2 and Gen3) systems allows designers to future-proof their designs for full Gen3 enablement when migrating to next-generation end-points. The PEX8764 is well suited for fan-out, aggregation, and peer-to-peer traffic patterns. Included is PLX's proprietary visionPAK debug software, which allows, for example, internal receive-eye observation after equalization and access to the devices' internal debug registers thus enabling faster time to market.

The ExpressLane™ PEX 8625 offers 24 PCI Express Gen 2 (5.0 GT/s) lanes, capable of configuring up to 24 flexible ports and fully conforms to the PCI Express Base Specification, rev 2.0. With 24-ports, the PEX 8625 is the largest PCIe switch in the industry serving the communications and networking markets. The PEX 8625 architecture implements Multicast as defined in the PCI Express Specification. With support for 64 multicast groups and 24 ports, the PEX 8625 provides the user with flexibility in the programmability of multicast, a required feature in the primary markets served by the PEX 8625. Any available port in the PEX 8625 can be the source of a multicast transaction based. PEX 8625 also supports cut-thru with the industry's lowest latency of 200ns (x1 to x1) and offers state of the art test and debug features which provide visibility into the various internal blocks including the SerDes. The device also features an on-chip Non-Transparent port for dual-host and failover applications as well as Virtual Switch Mode function for endpoint migration. The PEX 8625 is offered in a 35 x 35mm 1156-ball FCBGA and is available in lead-free packaging. This device supports Access Control Services (ACS).
Broadcom has extended the reach of PCIe for use as a fabric for data center and cloud computing through its ExpressFabric initiative and platform of hardware and software. ExpressFabric can eliminate expensive bridging devices within the rack, such as adapter cards that translate native PCIe to Ethernet and back to PCIe. Yet ExpressFabric works seamlessly with other standards used within the rack and in rack-to-rack connectivity. The industry-first ExpressFabric platform enables high performance, low latency, scalable, cost-effective fabric capabilities based on Gen3 PCI Express. The platform provides the ability to share I/O with standard SR-IOV or multifunction devices, and to enable multiple hosts to reside on a single PCIe-based network using standard PCIe enumeration – a capability not previously available on PCIe devices. The hosts communicate through Ethernet-like DMA, and do so using standard hosts, end-points, and application software.
The second generation of Dune Networks' Fabric Element devices is a self-routing switching element that integrates full-duplex serial links and runs at a speed of up to 6.25 Gb/s. The FE600 is used to build a single-stage switch fabric that supports tens of Fabric Access Processor (FAP) devices, or a folded three-stage switch fabric that supports a thousand FAP devices. The FE600 is oblivious to the FAP rate, the service scheme and the number of FAP devices connected to it.
The latest server designs and solid state drives continue to drive demands for optimum storage performance. For OEMs and server vendors looking to build enterprise-class data protection and throughput into their entry to mid-range servers the SAS 3108 RAID-on-Chip (ROC) is a natural choice. It delivers 12Gb/s SAS, 6Gb/s SATA, and the security of MegaRAID® data protection. Help eliminate storage bottlenecks in with eight PCI Express® 3.0 lanes with SAS transfer rates of up to 12Gb/s and SATA rates up to 6Gb/s.
 
  • Built-in support for data encryption for the protection of confidential data
  • Supports T-10 Data Protection Model for early detection of and recovery from data corruption
  • Balance protection and performance for critical applications with MegaRAID levels 0, 1, 1E, 5, 6, 10 and 50
  • Available only to OEMs through direct sales
 
Quad-channel 10 GbE SFI-to-XFI (10-Gigabit serial electrical interface) physical layer device that incorporates an electronic dispersion compensation (EDC) equalizer supporting SFP+ line-card applications.
 
The BCM84753 is a multirate PHY targeted for SMF, MMF or copper twin-ax applications interfacing to both limiting-based and linear-based SFP+ and SFP modules. The BCM84753 is fully compliant to the 10 GbE IEEE 802.3ae standard and also supports 1000BASE-X for 1 GbE operation, as well as 2G/4G/8G Fibre Channel.
Designed for connecting multiple targets and hosts, the SAS3x36R expander provides high performance expansion for the most demanding storage applications in a small footprint. DataBolt bandwidth optimizer technology aggregates bandwidth to provide 12Gb/s SAS performance to the host when using 6Gb/s and 3Gb/s SATA end devices, making it ideal for high-capcity and other storage applications. The 3x36R expander is supported by an industry-leading Software Development Kit (SDK) and tool suite for easy integration, de-bug and troubleshooting.
 
  • Enable higher enclosure capacities through 36 PHY edge expansion
  • Provide high device throughput with SAS and SATA support up to 12Gb/s, including wide port support
  • Aggregated bandwidth provides higher total performance with DataBolt technology
  • Help ensure ample enclosure bandwidth through 2MB of integrated RAM and an ARM Cortex-R4 300 MHz processor
Based on Broadcom’s scalable 10/25G Ethernet controller architecture, NetXtreme® C-Series controllers can be used to build highly-scalable, feature-rich networking solutions in servers for cloud-scale applications.
 
NetXtreme® C-Series addresses the performance and service demands of mega-scale data center networks for high throughput and advanced flow processing. Features such as TruFlow™ increase VM density up to 50%, freeing more CPU cycles for additional virtual machines. On-chip tunneling protocol processing for Geneve, VXLAN, and NVGRE provides up to a 5X throughput increase while lowering CPU utilization up to 90% compared to software-only solutions. NetXtreme® C-Series controllers also support advanced networking technologies such as SDN and NFV, to facilitate the management of cloud networks and to enable service provider solutions.
 
The ExpressLane™ PEX 8624 device offers 24 PCI Express Gen 2 (5.0 GT/s) lanes, capable of configuring up to 6 flexible ports. The switch conforms to the PCI Express Base Specification, rev 2.0. The 24-lane switch enables users to add scalable, high bandwidth, non-blocking interconnection to a wide variety of applications including workstations, communications, storage, and embedded systems as well as intelligent I/O modules and add-in cards. The PEX 8624 boasts the industry's lowest 24-lane PCIe Gen 2 latency at 145ns and unsurpassed performance with its non-blocking architecture, capable of supporting both host-centric as well as true peer-to-peer traffic. The PEX 8624 also features an on-chip Non-Transparent port for dual-host and failover applications, as well as three on-chip Hot-Plug controllers, allowing users to implement single-chip solutions. The device is hardware configurable and software programmable, allowing users to tailor their port configurations and QoS operating characteristics to suit their application requirements. The PEX 8624 is offered in a 19 x 19mm 324-ball FCBGA. This device is available in lead-free packaging. This device supports Access Control Services (ACS).
Quad-channel 10 GbE SFI-to-XFI (10-Gigabit serial electrical interface) PHY that incorporates an Electronic Dispersion Compensation (EDC) equalizer supporting SFP+ line-card applications.
 
The BCM84754 is a multirate physical layer device (PHY) targeted for single-mode fiber, multimode fiber or copper twin-ax applications interfacing to both limiting-based and linear-based SFP+ and SFP modules. The BCM84754 is fully compliant to the 10 GbE IEEE 802.3aq standard and also supports 1000BASE-X for 1 GbE operation.
 
Broadcom’s BCM7582 is a 40 nm Digital Transport Adapter (DTA) System on a Chip (SoC) for entry-level HD set-top box platforms.
 
Broadcom's BCM7582 targets global cable broadcasting markets and features advanced security. The chip is also part of Broadcom’s solutions for entry-level international HDTV cable markets, which feature scalable and cost-effective designs to reduce complexity, size and overall system costs to enable greater deployment of high-definition digital cable boxes throughout the world.
 
High-performance 480/640 Gb/s network fabric with 18 integrated Warpcores™.
 
Each WarpCore has four integrated 10G serializers/deserializers (SerDes) for native support of HiGig+™ and HiGig2™ at speeds of 10G, 12G, 13G, 16G, 21G, 25G, 32G and 42G to support a wide range of configurations. The BCM56740 is a purpose-built fabric chip designed to address performance and service requirements for enterprise, data center and Metro Ethernet markets. The BCM56740 architecture is optimized for maximum density with minimum power and board footprint and maintains software compatibility across the StrataXGS® product family to simplify customer designs and reduce customer time-to-market.
Quad-channel 10-Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) SFI-to-XAUI local/wide area network PHY that incorporates an Electronic Dispersion Compensation (EDC) equalizer supporting SFP+ line card applications.
 
The BCM84748 supports 1588 and WAN Interface Sublayer (WIS) mode. The BCM84748 is a multirate physical layer device (PHY) targeted for single-mode fiber, multimode fiber or copper twin-ax applications interfacing to both limiting-based and linear-based SFP+ and SFP modules. The BCM84748 is fully compliant with the 10GbE IEEE 802.3aq standard and also supports 1000BASE-X and SGMII modes.
 
Broadcom’s BCM7583 is a cost-optimized System on a Chip (SoC) that delivers advanced multituner experiences for cable systems worldwide.
 
Broadcom’s BCM7583 is a low-cost, high-definition digital cable Set-top Box SoC with integrated Full-Band Capture and IP video server technology. The BMC7583 is part of Broadcom’s solutions that provide a complete single-chip solution with a high-performance CPU, 3D graphics and Full-Band Capture technologies to enable operators throughout the world to provide cost-effective and advanced video experiences to subscribers.

This fourth-generation SAS RAID-on-Chip (ROC), based on its Fusion-MPT architecture, integrates the latest enhancements in SAS and PCIe technology. For OEMs and server vendors looking to build enterprise-class data protection and throughput into their entry to mid-range servers, the SAS 3316 ROC is an ideal, cost-effective choice.

The 16-port ROC device provides SAS data transfer rates of 12, 6 and 3Gb/s per lane and SATA data transfer rates of 6 and 3 Gb/s per lane. The high-port count ROC helps eliminate storage bottlenecks with eight PCI Express® 3.0 lanes and complies with the PCIe 3.0 specification that extends the PCIe data rates up to 8.0GT/s per lane.

  • Balance protection and performance for critical applications with MegaRAID levels 0, 1, 1E, 5, 6, 10, 50 and 60
  • Reduce EMI with Spread Spectrum Clocking (SSC) and protect confidential data with data encryption
  • Detect and recover data corruption with T-10 Optical Support and T-10 End-to-End Data Protection (EEDP)
  • Take advantage of 12Gb/s speeds while utilizing 6Gb/s drives and backplanes with DataBolt bandwidth aggregation technology
  • Deliver improved performance with SATA drives with SATA FIS-based switching
  • Available only to OEMs through direct sales

 

This fifth-generation SAS RAID-on-Chip (ROC) is based on its Fusion-MPT architecture. This next-generation ROC delivers enhanced performance and power reductions over previous generations. The ROC features Tri-Mode SerDes technology that enables a seamless operation of PCIe, SAS or SATA storage devices from any system design. 

The 8-port Tri-Mode ROC device provides SAS data transfer rates of 12, 6 and 3Gb/s per lane and SATA data transfer rates of 6 and 3 Gb/s per lane. The high-port count ROC helps eliminate storage bottlenecks with eight PCI Express® 3.0 lanes and complies with the PCIe 3.1 specification that extends the PCIe data rates up to 8.0GT/s per lane.

  • Balance protection and performance for critical applications with MegaRAID levels 0, 1, 1E, 5, 6, 10, 50 and 60
  • Reduce EMI with Spread Spectrum Clocking (SSC) and protect confidential data with data encryption
  • Detect and recover data corruption with T-10 Optical Support and T-10 End-to-End Data Protection (EEDP)
  • Take advantage of 12Gb/s speeds while utilizing 6Gb/s drives and backplanes with DataBolt bandwidth aggregation technology
  • Supports up to 2,000 SAS or SATA devices and 10,000 outstanding IOs and can achieve over 1 million IOs per second
  • Available only to OEMs through direct sales

 

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