Lantig's new GRX350 Processor comes pack full of features for today's digital home. These include True Quality of Service (TrueQoS), Trusted Execution Processor (TrustWorld) and hardware-enforced virtualization. With its carrier-class network processing power, the GRX350 has the capability to manage the millions of packets from both wired and wireless devices.
More and more services are moving online, which before would come to us physically or we would go where it is. This increase in digital services has put a lot of pressure on broadband service providers to offer better internet speed to download and upload data. It does not matter where we live we want the same quality of service. The challenge some of these service providers face is it is not feasible possible to have the same quality service in every area they serve. This is where VDSL and LTE come in useful, both increasing internet speed for wired and wireless internet users.
The Broadband Forum and the University of New Hampshire-InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL) have issueed their first set of BBF-069 Certificates to Broadcom, Cisco, D-Link, Huawei and Lantiq. The certificate signifies that the device is TR-069 protocol compliant, which means it can be remotely manage. With TR-069 devices service providers have a easier job of managing remote base devices, removing the need to send out service engineers for common faults.
Dirk Wieberneit has joined Lantiq as the new Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) Business Unit. With previous roles at Trident Microsystems, Micronas and Infineon Technologies, Wieberneit has over twenty years in the consumer and communication semiconductor space, serving in different R&D, CTO and General Management positions.
Lantiq has introduced a new set of XWAY ARX300 device family for new ADSL2/2+ Broadband Home Gateways. The XWAY ARX300 family includes four System-on-Chip (SoC) derivatives to address different system configurations, ranging from cost-optimized fast Ethernet to feature-rich high-performance Gigabit Ethernet systems.
Lantiq, a chip manufacturer for broadband and home networking solutions has develop a family of chips supporting the ITU-T (International Telecommunication Union) G.hn standard. The new Lantiq XWAY HNX (comprises of XWAY STREAM, XWAY HARMONY, XWAY PROBE and XWAY PATH FINDER) has been developed for manufacturers of smart home systems using any combination of cable, phone and power wiring.
SoftAtHome and Lantiq have decided to join their respective expertise to develop and integrated platform for advance home gateways. SoftAtHome has combined its digital home operating platform with Lantiq’s broadband access and home networking technologies. So Far they have created a ChipSet Support Package (CSSP) that enables SoftAtHome Operating Platform (SOP) to rapidly be deployed on the latest XWAY XRX-100 processors.