Sckipio Launches First Chipsets

  • Sckipio Technologies
TAIPEI, TAIWAN — Sckipio Technologies, a semiconductor company that delivers ultra-broadband using next-generation modems in fiber-to-the-distribution point (FTTdp) architectures, introduced the modem chipsets, fundamentally changing how telecom service providers can deliver 1 Gbps ultra-broadband Internet access to bandwidth-hungry customers at the lowest cost per megabit.

Sckipio’s new DP3000 DPU Chipset and CP1000 CPE Chipset deliver 1 Gbps last mile broadband access over existing copper wiring. The new chipsets are based on the ITU ultra-broadband standard, (Recommendation G.9700/G.9701).

Affordable and Accessible Ultra-Fast Broadband makes ultra-broadband affordable and accessible nearly everywhere, even in multiple-dwelling units (MDUs). distribution point units (DPU) get deployed within 250 meters (820 feet) of the home and can support up to 16 residences per DPU. These boxes receive fiber optic input and enable that traffic to run at 1 Gbps over the existing copper wiring from the distribution point box to each consumer’s residence. In-home modems are consumer-installable and leverage existing copper wiring so expensive professional in-home installations are unnecessary. As a result, drilling into walls, digging up yards and dealing with time-consuming in-home installations are all eliminated.

The Sckipio’s chipsets are designed from scratch to be optimized for the high-performance requirements of; they are not a re-spin of previous VDSL solutions. The DP3000 DPU Chipsets simultaneously supports four 1 Gbps ports, up to 10 Gbps of aggregated backhaul and full built-in vectoring support for as many as 64 subscribers.

“Sckipio is delivering on the full promise of,” said David Baum, co-founder and CEO of Sckipio. “With Sckipio’s new chipsets, service providers won’t have to wait to get real with all the features and benefits that has to offer.” Before this announcement, prevailing expectations in the telecommunications market had previously set’s arrival to occur in late 2016.

Robin Mersh, CEO of the Broadband Forum, the leading consortium of broadband service providers and vendors globally, said, “ is a very important part of the next generation for last-mile broadband access, which is based around our fiber-to-the-distribution point (FTTdp) architecture. Many of our members are excited to test and deploy solutions as soon as possible.”

Sckipio also introduced two reference designs supporting its new chipsets: DP3016-EVM, a 16-port DPU reference design for use in FTTdp architectures, and CP1000-EVM, a CPE bridge design for integration into residential gateways or for creation of stand-alone bridges. Devices using Sckipio Modems
Sckipio also announced nine devices that will use Sckipio modems including four DPU devices, a residential gateway and four CPE bridges. Suttle, XAVi and Zinwell will all supply both DPU devices and CPE devices. VTech will supply a DPU, a residential gateway and a bridge device.

Building on the Sckipio standard compliant solution, Lantiq is the first company to introduce a residential gateway reference design built around, bringing gigabit speeds into the home. Read more on the Lantiq solution at Sckipio has been working with many OEMs, ODMs, and service providers to facilitate the pent-up demand for, and is already shipping engineering samples of the chipsets.


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