Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Broadcom unveils world's most highly integrated processor SoC for 5G WiFi enterprise access points

USA: Broadcom Corp. announced a highly integrated processor system-on-a-chip (SoC) for enterprise access points (EAPs).

Designed to optimize 5G WiFi, the latest IEEE 802.11ac standard, the ARM-based StrataGX BCM58522 Series combines up to 10x more processing power with advanced architectural features to enable a secure, application-aware unified wired and wireless enterprise network.

As the number of connected devices and cloud-based applications continues to climb, legacy networks are facing increased performance and capacity challenges that exert unique pressures on EAPs. With the emergence of bring-your-own-device (BYOD), IT managers are also facing intense security challenges as cyber threats rise.

According to service provider NQ Mobile's 2012 Security Report, malware attacks on mobile devices grew 163 percent in 20123. New capabilities in the Broadcom StrataGX Series address these challenges through integrated hardware cryptographic accelerators, virtual private network (VPN) support and sufficient control processing bandwidth to ensure high levels of performance.

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