With advanced communications peripherals like a Gigabit Ethernet Media Access Controller (MAC), the TCI6482 makes a good platform for evolving the media gateway to handle higher wireless codec channel densities.
What does GEMAC stand for?
GEMAC stands for Gigabit Ethernet Media Access Controller
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Samples in periodicals archive:
For confidentiality reasons, Exbit cannot reveal many details about the beta site agreement, except that they involve the 10 Gigabit Ethernet Media Access Controller (MAC) chip currently under development at Exbit [named Meigs(TM)].
Exbit expects to be one of the first vendors able to launch a 10 Gigabit Ethernet Media Access Controller product in the year 2000.
At Packet Engines, Daines led the development of the first commercially available Gigabit Ethernet Media Access Controller.
Power consumption is less than 2 watts/port, which offers over 50% power savings over low-density Gigabit Ethernet solutions that use discrete SERDES, Gigabit Ethernet Media Access Controllers (MAC), SONET mapper and FPGA devices.
Nasdaq:MENT) today announced the licensing of its A-XGMAC(TM) 10 Gigabit Ethernet Media Access Controller (MAC) by Fujitsu Laboratories of America, Inc.
The device is capable of direct interface to existing 10 Gigabit Ethernet media access controllers (MACs) and uses a standard management data input/output (MDIO) control bus.
Nasdaq:VTSS) today broadened its family of high-performance, multi-purpose Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) and 10 Gigabit Ethernet Media Access Controllers (MACs) by introducing the Meigs-IIe(TM) (VSC7323).