Synopsys Ethernet IP Solutions

DesignWare Ethernet IP Solutions

Synopsys Ethernet IP solutions consist of configurable controllers and PHYs supporting speeds of up to 400G/800G, verification IP, IP Prototyping Kits, Software Development Kits, and Interface IP Subsystems. The IEEE-compliant solutions ensure interoperability between digital and mixed-signal layers and are extremely low in power, area and latency for applications such as automotive, consumer, high-performance computing and networking.

Synopsys' Ethernet IP solutions have gone through extensive third-party interoperability testing and certification, enabling system-on-chip (SoC) designers to accelerate time-to-market and reduce integration risk for next-generation SoCs.

Synopsys 112G Ethernet PHY IP on TSMC N5 Performance Results

This TSMC Symposium 2022 demo shows the Synopsys 112G Ethernet PHY IP for long reach successfully interoperating with Amphenol's 2m DAC cable system and showing BER that's seven orders of magnitude better than the specification.

5-nm DesignWare Multi-Protocol 112G PHY IP Long-Reach Demonstration

This video demonstrates the long reach performance of Synopsys' N5 multi-protocol 112G PHY IP transmitter and receiver, showing wide open PAM-4 eyes, maximum performance per lane, and post-FEC zero BER.

DesignWare 112G Ethernet IP ELR Performance & Xtalk Impact on BER

This video shows Synopsys' DesignWare 112G Ethernet PHY IP extra long reach performance and xtalk impact. The IP operates at 43dB channel loss across QSFP-DD DAC cables and 40dB channel loss across Samtec 2m NovaRay IO/cable assembly respectively.

Successful 112G PAM-4 System Interoperability Between Synopsys IP and Samtec Channel

This Supercomputing Conference demo shows a seamless interoperability between Synopsys' DesignWare 112G Ethernet PHY IP and Samtec's NovaRay IO and cable assembly. The demo shows excellent performance, BER at 1e-08 and total insertion loss of 37dB.

Feeding the Growing Hunger for Bandwidth with 1.6T Ethernet

Bandwidth makes our digital world go ‘round. We need increasing amounts of networking speed to perform a wide range of activities for a broad array of industries. While the Ethernet protocol—the data connectivity backbone for the internet—is currently marked by speeds of 800G and below, it won’t be long before the need for 1.6T Ethernet data rates becomes the norm for many data-intensive applications.