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Overview

Comcores is a key provider of Ethernet IP Cores and sub-system solutions. The IP portfolio includes Ethernet MAC, Ethernet PCS, Ethernet Switch, Security and Timing Solutions with support for key (TSN) features. Moreover, a comprehensive portfolio of Ethernet MAC and Switch IP core implementations with supporting software stacks based on the latest Ethernet Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) standards is available today.

Comcores Ethernet subsystem solutions are pre-integrated IP cores that are thoroughly tested and ready to use, thus enabling customers to minimize risk and time to market.

Architecture Diagram

Block Diagram of Comcores Ethernet IP Solution

Success Story

Customer experience

Customer: Major Aerospace Company  |  Location: USA

Challenge

Building a space-grade Time Sensitive Ethernet Switching solution supporting speeds of 10G and 25G

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Solution

Comcores’ long-term investment in radio technology enabled a safe and well-tested approach to deploy new 5G radios.

The IP provided saved the customer months/years of internal development efforts and made it easy to bring up prototypes to demonstrate proof of concept in an extremely short time.

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