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ST introduces DOCSIS 3.0 cable-modem ICs

Posted: 08 Jan 2013  Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:cable-modem  DOCSIS 3.0  STiD127  STiD128  WiFi DBC 

STMicroelectronics has announced the first three chips in its family supporting the DOCSIS 3.0 cable-modem specification. The 12-channel STiD125 and 16-channel STiD127 for set-top box or headed gateway front-end, and the 16-channel STiD128 for cable modems and data gateways including headed gateway front-end, offer up to 16 downlink channels, with four uplink channels, enabling data speeds of up to 800Mb/s downstream and 108Mb/s upstream.

ST cable-modem ICs

ST cable-modem ICs. The chips feature multiple high-speed DOCSIS 3.0 up to 16x4 data and up to eight video channels.

DOCSIS 3.0 provides the framework for home and mobile entertainment to evolve from legacy MPEG to IP video distribution. The extremely high data rates enable set-top boxes and home gateways to deliver video and internet data converged services over a single network and support simultaneous use of multiple connected devices, such as smart TVs, digital video recorders, tablets, smartphones and game consoles in the home.

ST's DOCSIS 3.0 technology is associated with a dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 processor to control routing, switching and telephony functions. The STiD125/127/128 feature multiple high-speed DOCSIS 3.0 up to 16x4 data and up to eight video channels, full spectrum tuner interface, up to three Ethernet ports, up to 2 PCI-e (WiFi DBC) ports and 200Mb/s digital video transport stream output bus. The devices also boast enhanced Internet telephony with PacketCable 1.5 and 2.0 support, and low-power, high-performance multi-core ARM processor, detailed ST.

For more information on ST's DOCSIS 3.0 Modem SoCs, click here.





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