Mindspeed to Showcase ‘Connected Home’ Applications at Broadband World Forum 2012
For this year's Broadband World Forum in Amsterdam, Mindspeed Technologies as announced plans to demonstrate leading-edge solutions and services based on their Comcerto 2000 processor. The featured demonstrations will include application and content-aware broadband home gateway solutions for fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) infrastructure and services.
Mindspeed's Comcerto 2000 family of processors are designed for a wide variety of applications, including multi-service gateways, wireless access points and controllers, network attached storage (NAS), Voice-over-IP (VoIP) and for residential, enterprise and networking equipment used by small and medium businesses. It is the first communications processors to support deep packet inspection (DPI).
"Our latest ARM Cortex A9-powered solution is ideal for running OSGI bundles, which enable a new class of broadband subscriber services including home automation, security, energy management and e-healthcare," said Marco E. Bello, executive director of marketing and product management.
According to Mindspeed the Comcerto 2000 family enables a new class of cost-effective products that support new protocols and higher speeds with lower power consumption. It is designed to bring software defined networking (SDN) to the edge of the network through an API, helping to reduce the cost of delivering complex personalized consumer services and other applications in today's ultra-connected society.
"We have a growing ecosystem of technology partners that are supporting our Comcerto processor family, and we are pleased to showcase the latest 'connected life' services that highlight advanced capabilities, such as deep packet inspection for content-aware applications, and a new generation of software-defined networking solutions," said Bello.
The Broadband World Forum in Amsterdam will run from October 16-18, 2012.