Synopsys Ethernet IP Solutions

Synopsys Ethernet IP solutions consist of configurable Controllers and PHYs supporting speeds of up to 400G/800G, MACsec Security Modules, 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 MACsec Security Modules seamlessly integrate with Synopsys MAC and PCS IP, to protect data in motion over Ethernet interfaces against eavesdropping, denial of service, and man-in-the-middle attacks. 

Synopsys' Ethernet IP solutions have undergone 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. 


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