ADI Engineering RCC-VE Platform
About RCC-VE Platform
The platform is based on the Intel® Atom™ processor C2000 product family, which delivers the necessary virtualization, packet processing, security, and computing capabilities in a compact, power-optimized form factor.
The innovative RCC-VE platform from ADI Engineering brings the performance of the Intel Atom processor C2000 product family to CPE, which previously had to settle for lesser processors and single-function devices. OEMs, carriers, and system integrators can deploy the platform to extend NFV from the data center to the network edge.
In order to dramatically lower costs, ADI approached the design of the RCC-VE platform differently than the conventional way of building Intel® processor-based products. Instead of designing a “one-size- fits-all” board that supports the whole family of processors, ADI developed cost-optimized boards for several processor SKUs that support Intel QuickAssist Technology. This ensures the low-end board is not burdened with high-end components, such as a high-current voltage regulator that could be 75 percent more expensive than what is needed.
Features of RCC-VE
The RCC-VE platform is based on a new paradigm – a family of compatible products designed from the ground up to serve different price/performance points with better scale up and down. Using two- and four-core processors from the Intel Atom processor C2000 product family exclusively, the RCC-VE platform supports 2 to 10 Gbps applications, delivering 5:1 scalability.
Other features include up to 32 GB of on-board eMMC Flash, so separate Flash modules are not needed, although expansion with mSATA SSDs is supported. The platform has on-board DDR3 capacity up to 16 GB (with or without ECC) and up to six gigabit Ethernet ports implemented with high-performance Intel® Ethernet Controllers. The RCC-VE board meets FCC and CE Class B emissions standards, even without an enclosure, and it is totally fanless for all dual-core processor boards and for some applications with quad-core processors.
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