AMC Packet Processor Card Based on Broadcom XLP 300 Series

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A new AMC card is a high-performance network processor-based acceleration card designed for use in AdvancedTCA- and MicroTCA-compliant systems. The RPM-100 from JumpGen Systems features the latest Broadcom XLP 300 Series processors with up to 1.4 GHz core frequency, enabling telecom customers to reach new levels of packet processing and deep packet inspection. The RPM-100 can be delivered with up to 16 Gbytes of dual-channel 72-bit wide DDR3 ECC memory running at 1600 MT/s. Two 10GigE SFP+ interfaces are provided on the front panel. 

JumpGen is pleased to be the first to incorporate Broadcom’s XLP 300 Series processors into an AMC platform. JumpGen’s in-depth knowledge of XLP technology and its supporting cast can now be translated to many other solutions in standard platforms and custom form factors.

The RPM-100 features the Broadcom XLP316, XLP308, or XLP304 with 2-4 cores—each quad-issue, 4-way simultaneous multi-threaded. The card has up to 16 Gbytes of DDR3 memory with ECC on dual-channel x72 bus with clock rate up to 1600 MT/s and up to 32 Gbytes SLC NAND Flash. There are two front panel SFP+ 10GigE sites with AMC.1 PCI Express to the backplane and an optional AMC.2 10G Ethernet to the backplane. The card comes in full-size or mid-size form factor.

JumpGen Systems, Carlsbad, CA. (760) 931-7800. [].