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MPLS Benchmarks Define Net Processor Performance
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Network processor vendors are lining up to claim performance pre-eminence when running the MPLS forwarding scheme. Fortunately, the Network Processing Forum's new "black box" MPLS benchmarks are already in place to level the playing field and return the real-world processor performance data that designers need.
Optimize Your DWDM Signal Chain—for the Long Haul
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Careful analysis of the component-selection decision matrix is essential to releasing the multiplexing scheme's capacity-multiplying potential.
Simulators Shred the Limits of Mixed-Signal Design
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Under pressure from 90-nm processes and rising clock frequencies, analog/digital SoC tools have stepped up to meet engineers' needs.
Actel Unveils Space FPGA Family
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The hi-rel business segment accounts for nearly one-third of Actel's total revenues. This segment includes space, military/aero, and automotive. Last month, Actel announced that it is pursuing the automotive electronics markets with the introduction of a group of extended-temperature-range devices (see Actel Goes After Auto Market). Designers of hi-rel equipment are attracted to Actel's antifuse FPGAs since
Altera Extends Temperature Range
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