Wintegra said that it is sampling its WinPath3 processors, which it claims to offer performance five times compared to that of the previous Wintegra processors and provide the foundation for products in wireless base stations, mobile backhaul including IP and microwave and broadband access.
Wintegra also has a set of production quality software and collateral and design assistance enabling time to market for WinPath based infrastructure offerings. The WinPath3 devices support 10-gigabit ethernet, offer I/O connectivity and leverage installed base of WinPath software, the company said.
Kobi Ben-Zvi, founder and CEO of Wintegra, said: “The availability of WinPath3 is a significant milestone for Wintegra. Our vision to become the market leader in access infrastructure processing plus our continuous investment in protocol processing software and high performance, low power family of processors has resulted in a wide range of system solutions unmatched in our marketplace.
WinPath3 devices are sampling now to major Tier 1 customers, with production qualified devices expected to be available in second quarter of 2010.