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Lantiq Enhances SHDSL Offering

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MUNICH -- Lantiq, a leading supplier of chips and software for broadband access and home networking, today announced an SHDSL initiative, designed to bring the unique data-rate and reach performance of G.SHDSL and Ethernet First Mile (EFM) to new applications.

Market Leading Performance - for New Applications:

  • A new firmware version (V 1.9) for the Lantiq SOCRATES SHDSL chipset is available, providing substantially enhanced interoperability.
  • Lantiq is launching a new SHDSL CPE test service program, providing customers with sophisticated test capabilities from the Lantiq Labs. (A service catalogue with pricing is available. Please request here (stefan.hirscher@lantiq.com.
  • To meet the long-term product availability requirements for industrial markets, Lantiq is committed to mainstream manufacturing technologies to achieve the best possible product lifetime. The four-channel SOCRATES SHDSL products also have been converted from gold to copper bond wiring, with samples available now.
  • Lantiq provides customers with additional options using transformers from Würth Elektronik. Please approach your Lantiq Support team (Thomas.Mohren@lantiq.com) to get further details.
  • A media backgrounder as well as new joint Lantiq-Teleconnect technology white paper describing a wide range of application examples were released today and are available here.
  • A brand new, ready-to-copy Ethernet-to-SHDSL/EFM reference board and module will be available in the second half of 2014. Lantiq partners with SHDSL specialist Teleconnect to dramatically simplify design-in of long reach broadband in new applications

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