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Sckipio leapfrogs Broadcom G.fast chips once again

Israeli broadband chip firm Sckipio, this week upgraded its G.fast chip to the wider 212 MHz bandwidth, the second generation standard. It has been in a race against Broadcom for mind share and market share and Broadcom already has out its 2nd generation chip. The Sckipio solution is actually a 3 chip system called the 23000, though it’s not clear what discrete workloads each of the chips have. Sckipio was first in the market to come out with first generation chips and it may look like it is slipping somewhat against Broadcom, but it came out with added features which it is convinced will continue to keep it ahead of its far larger rival. It is fairly vital that Sckipio…

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