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New 10 Gbps Repeaters from National Semiconductor Double Signal Conditioning Performance at Half the Power

SANTA CLARA, Calif. Jan. 27, 2011 repeaters 24-AWG

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The explosion of multimedia content on the Internet, cloud computing, and the advent of multi-core virtualized servers are pushing interface bandwidth requirements in modern data center systems. However, interconnect length remains the same, posing power and signal integrity issues. National’s signal conditioners embedded inside the active copper cable assemblies and backplane boards ensure signal integrity, reduce system power consumption and lower interconnect cost compared to optical alternatives.

National’s 10 Gbps repeaters enable these active copper solutions to consume 4x lower power and 2x longer reach than competitive cabling solutions through the use of a new SiGe BiCMOS process, which produces high bandwidth and low noise transistors that enable low jitter and ultra-low power. The quad DS100BR410 is well-suited for high density connectors such as QSFP and CXP, while the DS100BR111 is designed for single lane SFP+ connectors.

National’s 10 Gbps Repeater Family

DS100BR410

DS100BR210 DS100BR111

http://www.national.com/datacom http://tinyurl.com/ActiveCopper

Pricing and Availability  

$13 March 2011 $6.95

www.national.com/pf/DS/DS100BR410.html www.national.com/pf/DS/DS100BR210.html www.national.com/pf/DS/DS100BR111.html

About National Semiconductor

Santa Clara, Calif. $1.42 billion www.national.com

National Semiconductor, PowerWise and LLP are registered trademarks of National Semiconductor Corporation. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

Media Contact

Mark Alden

(408) 721-6929

[email protected]

Reader Information

Design Support Group

(800) 272-9959

www.national.com

SOURCE National Semiconductor Corp.

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