Marvell Intros Voice/Video Chips

SUNNYVALE, Calif. -- Marvell (NASDAQ: MRVL), a technology leader in the development of extreme broadband communications solutions, today unveiled the industry's first router chips to enable telecom-quality voice and real-time video services over packet-based networks such as Ethernet local area networks and the Internet. Developed by Marvell's Galileo Technology Division and integrated into a single-chip system-on-silicon, the Horizon™ GT-96122 supports MIPS-architecture processors, while the GT-96132 is used in PowerPCTM-based systems.

"Marvell's Galileo Technology Division is the first in the industry to support telecom-quality communications to enterprise customers connecting to the Internet," said Dave Matteucci, Vice President and General Manager for Galileo's Internetworking Products Business Unit. "This architecture will enable the mass adoption of voice-over-IP and streaming video services by significantly reducing the cost of systems that support this technology."

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