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 (firstname.lastname@example.org.
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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