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  • IDT (Integrated Device Technology ) : IDT77V500

    Switch Controller - SwitchStar

    The IDT77V500 manages network traffic flow through the Switching Memory and enables the quality of service made possible by ATM. It uses the IDT77V400 switching memory to realize a high perfance swiching architecture. IDT's IDT77V400/500 switching solution delivers 1.24 Gbps performance with high levels of integrated functionality. The IDT77V500 Switch Controller further reduces chip count and system cost with the ability to manage more than 8,000 virtual connections without external memory.

    The use of multiple IDT77V400/500 sets provides an architecture that can be expanded to create larger switching structures, such as increased buffer size or larger port configurations. The IDT77V400 Switching Memory has the ability to process cells as large as 56 bytes in length, offering system designers the additional bytes per cell to optimize flow through the network. System traffic performance can also be enhanced using features offered by the IDT77V500 Switch Controller, including per VC queuing for scheduling fairness, CBR, VBR, UBR and ABR (EFCI) service class support, and multiple congestion management options.

    Technology: unknown
    Package: TQFP/TEP 100 Pin


    external WWW: http://www.idt.com/products/pages/SwitchStar-77V500.html

    external PDF: http://www.idt.com/docs/77V500_DS_74352.pdf


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