Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you create edge routers with ultra-high bandwidth and low power consumption. Use the interactive reference diagram below to design a high-speed edge router with the right interface, physical interface device (PHY), logic and power management technologies to support the connectivity needs of today’s internet backbone.
Modern core routers require:
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|Digital Power Software||FUSION_DIGITAL_POWER_DESIGNER||Texas Instruments||Application software & frameworks|
|Fusion Digital Power Manufacturing Tool||FUSION_MFR_GUI||Texas Instruments||Application software & frameworks|
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