03-01-2012 04:47 AM CET - Media & Telecommunications

Embrionix Releases Industry’s First FPGA-Based SFP

Press release from: embrionix

Laval, Canada, February 20, 2012—Embrionix Design reached another milestone today with the introduction of the industry’s first FPGA-based SFP. This full-featured SFP allows Embrionix customers to integrate more functionality in the SFP, allowing them to do more in less space. Consequently, with emSFPTMuse, the customer will experience an unmatched performance, customized implementation and unparalleled flexibility.
“To meet the ever increasing signal diagnostics and miniaturization requirements in today’s high-end communications and video systems, it’s essential for Embrionix to provide the most integrated and the most flexible SFPs in the market,” said Renaud Lavoie, Embrionix CEO. “FPGA-based SFPs offer an ideal way to increase performance for customer applications and accelerate the development time for new and future platforms.”
The Embrionix FPGA-based SFP (emSFPTM) product line is targeted to video and telecommunication customers using standard SFPs and SFP+ cages. The FPGA-based emSFPTM enables advanced diagnostics, signal probing and customer-specific functions at the interface level of their products.
Pricing and Availability
To learn more about this FPGA-based SFP, contact Embrionix sales@embrionix.com.

Embrionix provides a new approach to product interface for broadcast manufacturers. Embrionix designs and builds innovative, advanced SFPs to close the gap between the fiber optic deployments, coaxial deployments and emerging technology deployments, such as HDMI, composite video, Ethernet, etc... By leveraging its core competencies in video broadcast, the company provides SFP (emSFPTM) with the highest level of flexibility to major broadcasters in the industry. The company is based in Laval, Canada, and has global design, research and development and sales offices located in Canada, California, United Kingdom and Japan.

4609 Louis B Mayer, Laval, Quebec, H7P6G5, Canada
contact Renaud Lavoie

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