31 Aug '12, 6pm

Networking memories for buffering applications—Part I: via @eetimes

Networking line rates have traditionally increased by more than 2x every 18months, outstripping Moore’s Law and in an attempt to keep pace with the ever increasing demand for high bandwidth content delivery and fast, reliable connectivity. Add to that the challenge of flexibility to handle new intelligence, standards and features. This creates significant challenges to memory throughput and access rate. FPGA based line cards compatible with high performance memory architectures allow the combination of bandwidth, intelligence and flexibility needed to process packets in real time and deliver a robust user experience free from delay and jitter. Studies have proven the tangible value of a quick, robust user experience, which requires almost continuous bidirectional traffic as opposed to the streaming bandwidth of high definition video. The real time processes for a responsiv...

Full article: http://www.eetimes.com/design/communications-design/43951...

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