Xelic Announces Availability of Two New Cores in support of ITU G.Sup43 for OTN Applications
October 12, 2009 -- Xelic, Inc. today announced the availability of its new 10G Multiprotocol Mapper Core (XCO2M) along with a PCS to XGMII Encoder/ Decoder Core (XCI2PX) for Optical Transport Network (OTN) applications. These two cores are the latest in Xelic's portfolio of cores for OTN Applications. The new 10G mapper is ITU G.Sup43 - 6.2, and 7.3 compliant, and supports mappings for 10GbE, 8GFC, CBR, standard, and non-standard ODU2 frame payload types. The XCO2M was designed to support use with or without an external MAC. To facilitate a PCS interface, the XCI2PX can be used as a bridge to the XCO2M.
Xelic's chief focus today is OTN. Its recent entry into ITU Study Group 15 has accelerated deployment of building blocks in support of the latest developments in standardization. Xelic currently has a proven offering of cores for client termination and aggregation via multi-protocol mapping, multi-rate ODU multiplexing, framing, and FEC/EFEC for OTN at 2.5G, 10G, and 40G - with 100G in development.
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