March 30, 2004 Rochester, NY-- Xelic, Inc., a provider of engineering design services and networking intellectual property announced the immediate availability of their Frame Mapped GFP Core (XCGFPFM) for product integration.
The XCGFPFM will encapsulate/de-encapsulate frame mapped client traffic which includes Ethernet, PPP, MAPOS, and proprietary packet types in compliance with the ITU-T G.7041/Y.1303 specification. Generic Framing Procedure (GFP) transmit and receive functions operate independently to provide full duplex communication. The XCGFPFM core supports data rates up to 2.5 Gbits/sec and is suitable for both FPGA and ASIC implementations.
"Providing standards based cores such as the XCGFPFM allows our customers to concentrate on developing their own unique specialized IP that differentiates them from the rest," said Doug Bush, director of IP Development at Xelic. "In addition, we are able to better position our design services and provide our customers with the expertise required to expedite product development and shorten the time to market."
Xelic cores are available under flexible single use or perpetual licensing terms and come complete with full documentation and a comprehensive suite of self-checking tests. Core customization and integration services are also available.
Xelic is a privately held standards based Intellectual Property provider and engineering services company. Xelic's engineering services include product definition, ASIC/FPGA development, system design, board design, firmware design, and full turnkey solutions. Xelic offers IP for SONET/SDH, digital wrapper, GFP, ATM, and forward error correction. Xelic was founded in January of 2001 and is based out of Rochester, NY.