Worldwide Crosspoint Switch Market Shares Strategies, and Forecasts, 2009-2015

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Worldwide Crosspoint Switch Market Shares Strategies, and Forecasts, 2009-2015
Crosspoint switches are poised to achieve significant growth as units become smaller, less expensive, and power conservation is achieved. Less expensive crosspoint switches allow proliferation of devices into a wide range of equipment applications. According to Susan Eustis, lead author of the study, “Economies of scale leverage the technology advances needed to make crosspoint switches competitive. Integration technology provided by crosspoint switches solves the issues poised by high speed network conflicting standards. Crosspoint switch price reductions are poised to drive market adoption by making multimedia technology affordable.”

The Internet and wireless communications dominate communications technology. Wireless web devices, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), video-on-demand, third generation (3G) wireless services increase demand for higher speed, higher bandwidth communications systems. Remote network access has increased network bandwidth requirements and complexity. The continuing adoption of broadband technology is unrelenting.

E-mail, instant messaging, blogging, wikis, and e-commerce originally PC based, are being combined with the increasing availability of next-generation wireless devices. Features include internet browsing, cameras and video recorders. These initiatives drive data traffic through the network infrastructure.

The different types of data transmitted at various speeds over the Internet require service providers and enterprises to invest in multi-service equipment. Broadband equipment is emerging that can securely and efficiently process and transport the varied types of network traffic, regardless of whether it is voice traffic or data traffic. To achieve the performance and functionality required by such systems, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) utilize complex crosspoint switch ICs to address both the cost and functionality of a system.

As a result of the pace of new product introductions in response to the changing market conditions in the telecommunications environments, there is a proliferation of standards. Crosspoint switches are designed to accommodate cost reductions involved in implementing new systems. Difficulty of designing and producing required ICs has stimulated the market for crosspoint switches. A position has evolved for the semiconductor companies. Equipment suppliers have increasingly outsourced IC design and manufacture to semiconductor firms with specialized expertise.

These trends have created a significant opportunity for IC suppliers that can design cost-effective solutions for the processing and transport of data. OEMs require IC suppliers that possess system-level expertise and can quickly bring to market highperformance, highly reliable, power-efficient ICs.

Demand for high bandwidth, high speed video and multimedia applications create demand for cross point switches. The weakening global economy is a concern to vendors participating in the crosspoint switch market. Previous revenue targets are being revised downward. Some market segments like security and video are anticipated to remain strong even in the global downturn. Some of the market segments will shrink from 2008 levels before picking up again. The automotive market appears to be particularly vulnerable. Carrier spending is likely to be cut back during the economic downturn.

Many semiconductor companies have cut back their expected revenue outlook. Texas Instruments is illustrative of the effect of the financial market thrashing. DALLAS (Dec. 8, 2008) – In a scheduled update to its business outlook for the fourth quarter of 2008, Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) (NYSE: TXN) today lowered its expected ranges for revenue and earnings per share (EPS). The company currently expects its financial results to fall within the following ranges: * Revenue: $2.30 – 2.50 billion, compared with the prior range of $2.83 – 3.07 billion.

December 18, 2008 – LSI Corporation (NYSE: LSI) business outlook for the fourth quarter ending projects revenues of $570 to $610 million. The previous business outlook, which was announced on October 22, 2008, projected revenues in the range of $670 million to $710 million. The revised LSI outlook reflects anticipated sales levels that are lower than previously expected due to the weakening global macroeconomic environment. LSI has already begun taking steps to reduce operating expenses as a result of continuing demand uncertainty and expects to maintain tight expense controls for the foreseeable future.

Markets for crosspoint switches at $554 million in 2008 are anticipated to reach $2.98 billion by 2015, growing in response to decreases in unit costs and increases in integrated IC functionality. Some applications are relatively recession proof, including security and high speed video applications. Crosspoint switches are poised to make people more productive in security environments, help increase productivity with faster desktop access capabilities, and increase storage seek times.
CROSSPOINT SWITCH EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Demand For Integrated Communications Semiconductors
Crosspoint Switch Market Shares
  National Semiconductor MuxBuffer
Crosspoint Switch Market Forecasts

1. CROSSPOINT SWITCH MARKET DYNAMICS AND MARKET DESCRIPTION

1.1 Internet And Wireless Dominate Communications Technology
  1.1.1 Optical Networks
  1.1.2 Data And Video Traffic Being Added In Abundance To Voice Traffic
  1.1.3 Semiconductor Companies Design Crosspoint Switches
1.2 Storage Industry
1.3 Mixed Signal Analog Integrated Circuit Market
  1.3.1 Crosspoint Switch Matrix With Input And Output
  1.3.2 Enterprise Networks
  1.3.3 Network Access Last Mile Of Telecommunications Network
  1.3.4 Metropolitan Area Networks
  1.3.5 Internet
1.4 Security Systems
1.5 Crosspoint Switch Architecture
  1.5.1 Multistage Crosspoint Switching Designs
1.6 Signal Processing
1.7 Product Positioning
  1.7.1 Crosspoint Switch Advantages
  1.7.2 Crosspoint Limitations
1.8 Crosspoint Switch Functions
  1.8.1 Crosspoint Switch Standards
  1.8.2 Crosspoint Switch Equalization Technology
  1.8.3 Channel-Isolation Capabilities
  1.8.4 Input Equalization
  1.8.5 Power Conservation Technology
  1.8.6 Built-In System Test Features

2. CROSSPOINT SWITCH MARKET SHARES AND MARKET FORECASTS

2.1 Demand For Integrated Communications Semiconductors
  2.1.1 Crosspoint Switch IC Market Participants
2.2 Crosspoint Switch Market Shares
  2.2.1 Carrier Crosspoint Switch Market Shares
  2.2.2 NTSC or PAL Composite Video Input Crosspoint Switch Market Shares
  2.2.3 LVDS Crosspoint Switch Market Shares
  2.2.4 MindSpeed Multi-Gigabit Switching Systems
  2.2.5 Intersil Video Crosspoint Switch Clearer Pictures and Greater Flexibility
  2.2.6 Intersil Black-Level Consistency with 32x16 Video Crosspoint
  2.2.7 Maxim MAX4355 16x16 Nonblocking Video Crosspoint Switch with I/O Buffers
  2.2.8 National’s LVDS Portfolio
  2.2.9 National Semiconductor AEC-Q100 Compliant LVDS Crosspoint Switches, Drivers, and Receivers
  2.2.10 National Semiconductor Digital LVDS/CML Crosspoints
  2.2.11 National Semiconductor Analog Crosspoint Switch Video Solutions
  2.2.12 Texas Instruments
2.3 Crosspoint Switch Market Forecasts
  2.3.1 Automotive Crosspoint Switch Market Forecasts
  2.3.2 DWDM/CWDM Carrier Ethernet Crosspoint Switch Market Forecasts
  2.3.3 Video Crosspoint Switch Market Forecasts
  2.3.4 Security Crosspoint Switch Market Forecasts
2.4 Analog IC Market
  2.4.1 Communications Industry
  2.4.2 Carrier Networking
  2.4.3 Next-Generation SONET/SDH Networks Use Enhanced Ethernet-Over-SONET
  2.4.4 Exponential Increases In Data Traffic
  2.4.5 Enterprise Networking
  2.4.6 Data Center Trend Towards Converged Ethernet
  2.4.7 Storage Networking
  2.4.8 Next-Generation Networking Integrated Circuits
  2.4.9 Higher Integration Of Multiple Functions On The Same Chip: Switching, Routing, CPUs, Memory
  2.4.10 Communications Industry
  2.4.11 Disparity Between Bandwidth In The Fiber Optic Core And Bandwidth At Subscriber Premises
  2.4.12 Demand For Faster Speed And More Reliable Communications Services
  2.4.13 Access Networks
2.5 Crosspoint Switch Pricing and Availability
2.6 Crosspoint Switch Geographical Market Segments
  2.6.1 National Semiconductor Geographic Sales
  2.6.2 Analog Devices

3. CROSSPOINT SWITCH PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

3.1 Crosspoint Switches
  3.1.1 Enterprise Systems
  3.1.2 Carrier Systems
3.2 National Semiconductor
  3.2.1 National Semiconductor DS10CP154A 1.5 Gbps 4x4 LVDS Crosspoint Switch
  3.2.2 National Semiconductor AEC-Q100 Compliant LVDS Crosspoint Switches, Drivers, and Receivers
  3.2.3 National’s LVDS Portfolio
  3.2.4 National’s LVDS Portfolio Pricing and Availability
  3.2.5 National Semiconductor LVDS
  3.2.6 National Semiconductor Video System Solution Support
  3.2.7 National Semiconductor Automotive (Infotainment)
  3.2.8 National Semiconductor Video Surveillance Market Analog Crosspoint Switches
3.3 Analog Devices
  3.3.1 Analog Devices ADV320
  3.3.2 Analog Devices ADV3200 Availability and Pricing
3.4 Mindspeed Crosspoint Switches
  3.4.1 Mindspeed Products
  3.4.2 Mindspeed Crosspoint 4x4 Switches
  3.4.3 Mindspeed Crosspoint 17x17 Switches
  3.4.4 Mindspeed Crosspoint 34x34 Switches
  3.4.5 Mindspeed Crosspoint 72x72 Switches
  3.4.6 Mindspeed Crosspoint 144x144 Switches
  3.4.7 Mindspeed Large Crosspoint Switches For High-Definition Multimedia Interface Routing/Switching Applications
  3.4.8 Mindspeed Large Crosspoint Switches
  3.4.9 Mindspeed Mid-Size Crosspoint Products (17x17)
  3.4.10 Mindspeed Crosspoint Switches Non-Blocking Switch Core
  3.4.11 Mindspeed® Crosspoint Switch Usde In Infinera DTN Optical System
  3.4.12 Mindspeed 144x144 3.2 Gbps Crosspoint Switch with Programmable Input Equalization and Output Pre-emphasis
  3.4.13 MindSpeed High-Performance Analog Products
3.5 Vitesse
  3.5.1 Vitesse PixEQ Technology
3.6 Intersil
  3.6.1 Intersil Video Crosspoint Switch Clearer Pictures and Greater Flexibility
  3.6.2 Intersil Footprint Compatible Crosspoint Switch Family
  3.6.3 Intersil's Video Products
  3.6.4 Intersil Black-Level Consistency with 32x16 Video Crosspoint
  3.6.5 Intersil 8x8 Video Crosspoint Switch High Performance Video Systems
  3.6.6 Intersil 300MHz 32x32 Video Crosspoint Switch
  3.6.7 Intersil's Video Products
3.7 Maxim
  3.7.1 Maxim MAX4357 32 x 16 Highly Integrated Video Crosspoint Switch Matrix
  3.7.2 Maxim MAX4355 16x16 Nonblocking Video Crosspoint Switch with I/O Buffers
3.8 Texas Instruments
  3.8.1 TI SN65LVCP404 (4x4) Availability and Packaging
3.9 Apcon
  3.9.1 Apcon SCSI Switches
  3.9.2 Apcon SCSI Bus Extenders
  3.9.3 Apcon 6x4 SCSI Crosspoint Switch
  3.9.4 Apcon Switch Between 6 Servers and 4 Tape Libraries
3.10 AMCC
  3.11 LSI LinkXpress Crosspoint Switch
  3.11.1 LSI Switch Fabric
  3.11.2 LSI Switch Fabric ASIC for Modular LAN/SAN Switch
3.12 Fairchild Crosspoint Switch

4. CROSSPOINT SWITCH TECHNOLOGY

4.1 Topologies For Backplane Architecture
  4.1.1 Primary Traffic Patterns In A Backplane Environment
  4.1.2 Multi-Point Architecture And Point-To-Point Architectures
  4.1.3 Crosspoint Switch Device That Has Multiple Ports In Which Any Input Port Can Be Connected To Any Output Port
  4.1.4 Point-To-Point Switched Backplane
  4.1.5 Star Topology
  4.1.6 Out-Of-Band And In-Band Switch Control
  4.1.7 Mesh Backplane
  4.1.8 Point-To-Point
  4.1.9 Multi-Point Backplane
  4.1.10 Switching From Multi-Point Architecture
4.2 Low Voltage Differential Signaling LVDS Standard
4.3 LVDS Offered By A Variety Of Vendors
  4.3.1 National Semiconductor BLVDS (Bus LVDS) –
  4.3.2 BLVDS Has Addressed A Wide Market Space
  4.3.3 National Semiconductor GLVDS
4.4 Intersil Video Crosspoint Delivers Black-Level Accuracy
4.5 Communications Adoption Of Broadband Applications
  4.5.1 T/E & SONET/SDH
  4.5.2 Consumer/Industrial
4.6 Serial Communications
  4.6.1 Power Management
  4.6.2 Storage
4.7 Ideal Switch
  4.7.1 Switch With Virtual Output Queues On The Ingress Side
  4.7.2 Switch With Shared Memory in Switch Fabric
  4.7.3 Buffered Crossbar Switch Architecture
4.8 Development of 10 Gbit/s Ethernet
  4.8.1 Cisco Control Plane Operations
  4.8.2 Cisco 10 GigE
  4.8.3 Cisco Two-Port 10-Gbit/s Solutions
  4.8.4 Cisco Metro Ethernet Services
  4.8.5 Mitel Analog Switch Matrix Functional Description
  4.8.6 Address Decode
  4.8.7 Foundry Networks
  4.8.8 Enterprise Applications
4.9 Scheduling, Quality of Service (QoS), and Arbitration
  4.9.1 Scheduling
  4.9.2 Arbitration
  4.9.3 Quality of Service (QoS)
  4.9.4 Frames
4.10 Redundancy
  4.10.1 Passive Redundancy (1:1, N:1)
  4.10.2 Load-Sharing Redundancy (N+1, N-1, N+N)
  4.10.3 Active Redundancy (1+1)

5. CROSSPOINT SWITCH COMPANY PROFILES

5.1 Analog Devices
  5.1.1 Analog Devices Revenue
  5.1.2 Analog Devices Revenue By Market Segment
  5.1.3 Analog Devices Positioning
  5.1.4 Analog Devices Category Revenue
  5.1.5 Analog Devices Revenue Trends by Geographic Region
  5.1.6 Analog Devices Description of Business
5.2 Apcon
  5.2.1 Apcon Markets
5.3 Applied Micro Circuits
  5.3.1 AMCC Strategy
  5.3.2 AMCC Storing
  5.3.3 Applied Micro Circuits Revenue
  5.3.4 AMCC Global Leader In Network And Embedded Power Architecture
5.4 Conexant
  5.4.1 Conexant Strategy
  5.4.2 Conexant Market Focused Product Lines
  5.4.3 Conexant Imaging and PC Media Products
  5.4.4 Conexant Net Revenues
5.5 Exar
  5.5.1 Exar Analog and Mixed-Signal Designs
  5.5.2 Exar Strategy
  5.5.3 EXAR Revenue
  5.5.4 EXAR Revenue Sales By Geography
  5.5.5 EXAR Fiscal Year 2008 versus Fiscal Year 2007
5.6 Fairchild Semiconductor
5.7 Intersil
  5.7.1 Intersil Third Quarter 2008 Revenue
5.8 LSI
5.9 Maxim
  5.9.1 Maxim Integrated Products Revenue
  5.9.2 Maxim Integrated Products Regional Revenues
5.10 Micrel
  5.10.1 Micrel Third Quarter Revenue 2008
5.11 MindSpeed
  5.11.1 Mindspeed Signal Conditioning Products
  5.11.2 Mindspeed Technologies Pricing and Availability
  5.11.3 Mindspeed(R) Fiscal 2008 Fourth Quarter Revenue
  5.11.4 Mindspeed Strategy
  5.11.5 Mindspeed Customers
  5.11.6 Mindspeed Capitalizes on the Breadth of Integrated Product Portfolio
5.12 National Semiconductor
  5.12.1 National Semiconductor Corporate Organization
  5.12.2 National Semiconductor Strategy
  5.12.3 National Semiconductor Net Sales In Fiscal 2008
  5.12.4 National Semiconductor Geographic Sales
  5.12.5 National Semiconductor Power Management Group
  5.12.6 National Semiconductor Signal Path Group
  5.12.7 National Semiconductor Marketing and Sales
5.13 Texas Instruments
  5.13.1 Texas Instruments Semiconductor
  5.13.2 Texas Instruments Analog
  5.13.3 Texas Instruments Embedded Processing
  5.13.4 Texas Instruments Wireless
  5.13.5 Texas Instruments DLP and Other
  5.13.6 Texas Instruments Semiconductor Revenue
5.14 TranSwitch / Centillium Communications
  5.14.1 Centillium Communications
  5.14.2 TranSwitch Third Quarter 2008 Revenue
  5.14.3 TranSwitch Next-Generation Telecom Products
  5.14.4 TranSwitch Customers That Accounted For More Than 10% Of Net Revenues
  5.14.5 Transwitch Summary Of Net Revenues By Product Family For Large Customer Sales
  5.14.6 Transwitch Revenues By Major Geographic Area
5.15 Vitesse
  5.15.1 Vitesse End-user customers
  5.15.2 Vitesse Markets
  5.15.3 Vitesse Ethernet Transceivers, Switches, and MACs
  5.15.4 Vitesse Revenues

LIST OF TABLES AND FIGURES

Table ES-1
Significant Developments In Semiconductor Technology
Table ES-1 (Continued)
Significant Developments In Semiconductor Technology
Table ES-2
Crosspoint Switch Market Driving Forces
Figure ES-3
Worldwide Communications Infrastructure Crosspoint Switch Shipments Market Shares, 2008
Figure ES-4
Worldwide Crosspoint Switch Shipments Market Forecasts, 2009-2015

Table 1- 1
Crosspoint Switch Applications
Table 1-2
Highly-Integrated Chip Solutions
Table 1-3
Crosspoint Switch Product Positioning
Table 1-4
Crosspoint Switch Target Markets
Table 1-5
Crosspoint Switch Applications
Table 1-6
Crosspoint Switch Advantages
Table 1-7
Key Crosspoint Switch Architectural Advantages
Table 1-8
Crosspoint Switch Functions
Table 1-9
Crosspoint Switch Testing Features

Table 2-1
Significant Developments In Semiconductor Technology
Table 2-1 (Continued)
Significant Developments In Semiconductor Technology
Table 2-2
Crosspoint Switch Market Driving Forces
Table 2-3
Crosspoint Switch Market Positioning
Figure 2-4
Worldwide Communications Infrastructure Crosspoint Switch Shipments Market Shares, 2008
Figure 2-5
Worldwide Communications Infrastructure Crosspoint Switch Shipments Market Shares, 2008
Figure 2-6
Worldwide Communications Infrastructure Crosspoint Switch Shipments Market Shares, 2008
Figure 2-7
Worldwide Communications Infrastructure Crosspoint Switch Shipments Market Shares, 2008
Figure 2-8
Worldwide NTSC or PAL Composite Video Inputs Crosspoint Switch Shipments Market Shares, 2008
Figure 2-9
Worldwide NTSC or PAL Composite Video Inputs Crosspoint Switch Shipments Market Shares, 2008
Figure 2-10
Worldwide LVDS/CML Crosspoint Switch Shipments Market Shares, 2008
Figure 2-11
Worldwide LVDS/CML Crosspoint Switch Shipments Market Shares, 2008
Figure 2-12
Worldwide Crosspoint Switch Shipments Market Forecasts, 2009-2015
Figure 2-13
Worldwide Crosspoint Switch Shipments, Automotive, Security, DWDM/CWDM, and Video Market Forecasts,
2009-2015
Figure 2-14
Worldwide Automotive Crosspoint Switch Shipments Market Forecasts, 2009-2015
Figure 2-15
Worldwide DWDM/CWDM Carrier Ethernet Crosspoint Switch Shipments Market Forecasts, 2009-2015
Figure 2-16
Worldwide Video Crosspoint Switch Shipments Market Forecasts, 2009-2015
Figure 2-17
Worldwide Security Crosspoint Switch Shipments Market Forecasts, 2009-2015
Table 2-18
Higher Capacity Network Trends
Table 2-18 (Continued)
Higher Capacity Network Trends
Table 2-19
Crosspoint Switch Major End-Market Market Segments
Table 2-19 (Continued)
Crosspoint Switch Major End-Market Market Segments
Table 2-20
Applications Supporting Rapid Internet Growth
Table 2-20 (Continued)
Applications Supporting Rapid Internet Growth

Table 3-1
National Semiconductor Crosspoint Switch Products
Table 3-1 (Continued)
National Semiconductor Crosspoint Switch Products
Table 3-2
Analog Devices AD8151: 3.2 Gbps, 33 x 17 Digital Crosspoint Switch Features
Table 3-2 (Continued)
Analog Devices AD8151: 3.2 Gbps, 33 x 17 Digital Crosspoint Switch Features
Figure 3-3
Analog Devices Large Crosspoint Switch Array
Table 3-4
Mindspeed Crosspoint 4x4 Switches
Table 3-5
Mindspeed Crosspoint 17x17 Switches
Table 3-6
Mindspeed Crosspoint 34x34 Switches
Table 3-7
Mindspeed Crosspoint 72x72 Switches
Table 3-8
Mindspeed Crosspoint 144x144 Switches
Figure 3-9
Mindspeed Dual Channel TDMS Crosspoint Switch
Figure 3-10
Mindspeed Crosspoint Switch Features
Figure 3-11
Mindspeed Crosspoint Switches
Figure 3-12
Mindspeed Functional Block Diagram
Table 3-13
Mindspeed Transmission Products Functions
Table 3-14
Vitesse PixEQ Technology Data Protocols Supported
Figure 3-15
Vitesse Crosspoint Switch Input Equalization and Output Control
Table 3-16
Vitesse Crosspoint Switch Key Features
Table 3-17
Vitesse Crosspoint Switch Products
Table 3-17 (Continued)
Vitesse Crosspoint Switch Products
Table 3-18
Intersil Footprint Compatible Crosspoint Switch Key Features
Table 3-19
Intersil Footprint Compatible Crosspoint Switch Target Applications
Table 3-20
Intersil Black-Level Consistency with 32x16 Video Crosspoint Features
Table 3-21
Intersil Black-Level Consistency with 32x16 Video Crosspoint Applications
Figure 3-22
Intersil Unbuffered Crosspoint Switch Pricing
Figure 3-23
Intersil Buffered Crosspoint Switch Pricing
Table 3-24
Intersil 8x8 Video Crosspoint Switch High Performance Video Key Features
Table 3-25
Intersil 32x32 Video Crosspoint Switch Key Features
Table 3-26
Intersil Crosspoint Switch Key Features
Table 3-27
Maxim Crosspoint Switch MAX4357 Features 32 x 16 Nonblocking Video Crosspoint Switch with I/O Buffers
Figure 3-28
Maxim Crosspoint Switch Video Application
Table 3-29
Maxim MAX4357 Key Features
Table 3-30
Maxim MAX4357 Applications
Table 3-31
Maxim MAX4355 16x16 Nonblocking Video Crosspoint Switch Key Features
Figure 3-32
Maxim 16x16 Video Crosspoint Switch
Figure 3-33
Texas Instruments Four-By-Four And Two-By-Two Crosspoint Switches
Table 3-34
Texas Instruments Four-By-Four And Two-By-Two Crosspoint Switch Key Benefits
Table 3-34 (Continued)
Texas Instruments Four-By-Four And Two-By-Two Crosspoint Switch Key Benefits
Figure 3-35
Apcon SCSI Switches 2x1 SCSI Switch
Table 3-36
Apcon 2x1 SCSI Crosspoint Switch Features
Figure 3-37
Apcon SCSI Switches2x1 SCSI Crosspoint Switch
Figure 3-38
Apcon SCSI Switches2x1 SCSI Crosspoint Switch Configuration
Figure 3-39
Apcon 6x4 SCSI Switch
Table 3-40
Apcon 6x4 SCSI Switch Features
Table 3-41
Apcon's 6x4 SCSI Switch Features
Figure 3-42
AMCC End Of Life Differential Crossconnect Switch
Figure 3-43
AMCC SONET/SDH/FC/GE/XAUI 3.2Gbit/s Differential Crosspoint Switch 17x17 End of Life
Table 3-44
LSI LinkXpress Crosspoint Switch Features
Table 3-45
LSI LinkXpress Crosspoint Switch Benefits
Figure 3-46
LSI 6.4 G/Sec Transmit Signal on Backplane
Figure 3-47
Fairchild Crosspoint Switch Matrix Block Diagram
Figure 3-48
Fairchild Crosspoint Switch Matrix Video Driver

Table 4-1
Primary Traffic Patterns In A Backplane Environment
Table 4-2
Primary Traffic Variables In A Backplane Environment
Table 4-3
Star Topology
Table 4-4
Mesh Topology
Table 4-5
Multipoint Topology
Table 4-6
Low Voltage Differential Signaling LVDS Standard Benefits
Table 4-7
Common Types Of Bus Configurations
Figure 4-8
Crosspoint Switch Bus Configurations
Figure 4-9
Crosspoint Switch Multidrop Bus Configurations
Figure 4-10
Crosspoint Switch Three Node Multidrop Bus Configurations
Table 4-11
Bus Configurations vs. Standard Comparison Table
Figure 4-12
Types of Communications ICs Used in Networking Equipment
Figure 4-13
Switch Architecture
Figure 4-14
Switch With Virtual Output Queues On The Ingress Side
Figure 4-15
Shared Memory in Switch Fabric
Figure 4-16
Buffered Crossbar Switch Architecture
Figure 4-17
Arbitrated Crossbar Crosspoint Switching
Table 4-18
Business Requirements Of Interconnect For Emerging Environment
Table 4-19
Switch Fabric Scheduling Algorithms
Table 4-20
Switch Chipset Redundancy

Table 5-1
Analog Devices ICs Inside Products With
Embedded Signal Processing
Table 5-2
Apcon Technologies Solutions Support
Table 5-3
Conexant Strategies
Table 5-4
Conexant Product Positioning
Table 5-5
Conexant Core Competencies
Figure 5-6
Intersil Products
Table 5-7
Intersil Products
Figure 5-8
Intersil Historical Revenue Growth
Table 5-9
Mindspeed Technologies Semiconductor Networking Solutions
Table 5-10
Mindspeed Technologies Semiconductor Key Product Families
Table 5-11
Mindspeed Strategy For Developing Semiconductor
Device Architectures
Table 5-12
Mindspeed Principal Competitive Factors For Semiconductors
Table 5-13
National Semiconductor Focus
Table 5-14
National Semiconductor Power Management Positioning
Table 5-15
National Semiconductor Signal Path Positioning
Table 5-16
National Semiconductor major OEMs
Table 5-17
National Semiconductor Distributors:
Table 5-18
Texas Instruments Semiconductor Positioning

COMPANIES PROFILED

National Semiconductor
Texas Instruments
Analog Devices
MindSpeed
Vitesse
Apcon
Applied Micro Circuits
Conexant
Fairchild Semiconductor
Intersil
LSI
Maxim
Exar
Micrel
TranSwitch / Centillium Communications
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