Axtrinet™ APG Ethernet Packet Generators are the most cost effective way of providing full wire rate 10Gbps and 40Gbps Ethernet test capability in R&D and manufacturing test environments.
Xentech Solutions Limited is an independent electronic product development consultancy specialising in design and development of high-speed embedded systems for telecommunications, networking, computing and instrumentation markets.
Our services include product development, consultancy and embedded Linux support at any stage of the NPI process and using selected CEMs to get products into manufacturing.
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Formed in 2007 from an experienced team of hardware and embedded software engineers, Xentech Solutions Limited this month celebrates its 10th year of enabling clients to meet their design, time-to-market and cost objectives for new product developments and product cost reductions.added by Kevin O'Brien 1 min Read
Axtrinet™ showcases its new 10Gbps and 40Gbps Ethernet Packet Generators at the Electronics Design Show 2016
Xentech Solutions Ltd will be showcasing its new compact and affordable Axtrinet™ Ethernet Packet Generators at the Electronics Design Show from 19th to 20th October 2016. Come along to stand J5 to find out more about the latest 40Gbps and 10Gbps Ethernet Packet Generators.added by Kevin O'Brien 1 min Read
Xentech Solutions Ltd selects Achronix Speedster22i FPGAs for its Axtrinet™ Ethernet Packet Generators
Xentech Solutions Limited today announced that it has selected Achronix Speedster22i FPGAs from Achronix Semiconductor Corporation for its compact and low-cost Axtrinet™ Ethernet Packet Generators. By using the embedded hard Ethernet and DDR3 controllers in Speedster22i FPGAs, Xentech was able to meet its aggressive cost and power targets.added by Kevin O'Brien 2 min Read
Xentech Solutions Ltd will be launching its new compact and affordable Axtrinet™ Ethernet Packet Generators at Embedded World, Nuremberg, Germany, from 23rd to 25th February 2016. Come along to stand 626a in Hall 4 to find out more about the latest 40Gbps and 10Gbps Ethernet Packet Generators.added by Kevin O'Brien 1 min Read