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Marvell has introduced three additions to its Link Street Ethernet switch range to provide energy-efficient solutions for the public and private cloud access markets and home cloud applications.

The Marvell 88E6352, 88E6250 and 88E6220 feature integrated PHYs that support the 802.3az Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE) standard, as well as a number of advanced features, including wake-on-LAN, an integrated power-on reset controller, and power monitor.

In addition, the devices support IEEE 802.1’s Audio Video Bridging (AVB) standards, designed to enable seamless delivery of time-sensitive multimedia traffic for both consumer and professional AV applications on an easy-to-configure Ethernet network.

They also support the IEEE 1588v2 Precision Time Protocol (PTP) standard, which enables synchronisation of nodes across an Ethernet network to less than one microsecond.

The device range is designed to provide cost- and energy-efficient solutions for the public and private cloud access markets, including wireless routers, gateways and enterprise network access, while expanding the capabilities of Ethernet to address the needs of media-centric applications in home cloud applications, such as set-top boxes, digital video recorders, audio/video receivers and more.

The 88E6352 is a seven-port Gigabit Ethernet switch featuring five integrated triple-speed PHYs, GMII, RGMII, and Serdes/SGMII interfaces.

Integrated PHYs support 802.3az EEE, which reduces power consumption by more than 70 per cent when the network is idle.

It supports the latest AVB standards, and 256 entry TCAM provides packet inspection of up to 96 bytes deep.

It also supports IEEE 1588v2 for industrial Ethernet applications and is available in low-cost, 128-pin QFP (14 x 14mm) packaging.

The 88E6250 is a seven-port Fast Ethernet switch featuring five integrated FE PHYs and two RMII (or one MII/RGMII) interfaces.

The 88E6220 is a four-port Fast Ethernet switch featuring two integrated FE PHYs and two MII/RMII interfaces.

Integrated PHYs support 802.3az EEE, which reduces power consumption by more than 50 per cent when the network is idle.

The products support the latest AVB standards as well as IEEE 1588v2 for industrial Ethernet applications.

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