ADI Engineering supports the Intel IXP422 network processor with complete gateway platform solution.
The new platform will speed development and deployment of advanced low-cost gateways, integrated access devices (IADs), wireless access devices, and routers. Combined with complete third-party gateway software and operating system support from Intoto, Jungo Software Technologies, MontaVista Software, and WindRiver Systems, Coyote offers system vendors, OEMs, and ODMs a turnkey solution for rapid and cost-effective development and deployment of residential and small/medium enterprise broadband products.
With Coyote, ADI Engineering will offer a cost optimized yet scalable gateway platform for the Intel IXP422 network processor, offering system vendors a highly integrated data gateway solution for ADSL gateways/routers, wireless access points, and IADs. Supported by ADI Engineering's complete hardware and software development services, the Coyote solution can easily be tailored to meet the specific vendor requirements.
With the Intel IXP422 network processor, Coyote will provide WAN connectivity via Ethernet, LAN connectivity via 802.11a/b single or dual mode and Ethernet, USB, and serial interfaces. The platform is easily expandable via two MiniPCI slots. With its pre-integrated comprehensive software support, Coyote offers a complete gateway and access device solution.
"The Coyote gateway solution utilizes the integrated data and security features of the Intel IXP422 network processor to provide a variety of services for networking applications," said Nick Finamore, general manager of the Intel Network Processor Division. "ADI Engineering's Coyote provides equipment manufacturers an integrated solution for developing access devices based on the Intel IXP422 network processor."
"ADI Engineering is excited to announce our support of the Intel IXP422 network processor with a complete gateway solution," said Steve Yates, President of ADI Engineering. "Coyote enables customer premise equipment manufacturers to leverage the cost effectiveness and performance of the Intel IXP422 in a complete, pre-integrated package."
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|Publication:||EDP Weekly's IT Monitor|
|Date:||Feb 24, 2003|
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