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Ethernet Interface


The INTEL XWAY™ PHY family of Physical Layer (PHY) integrated circuits includes a set of Gigabit Ethernet (GE) PHY ICs supporting half- and full- duplex modes at 10base-T, 10base-Te, 100base-TX, 1000base-T and 1000base-X. The intention of the new design kit is to make it easy for non- traditional INTEL customers to integrate Ethernet to their systems. Implementing Ethernet the manufacturers not only get Internet functionality, but in addition an easy, standardized connection to plug service and maintenance devices.

Key Features

  •  Ultra-low power consumption of 400 mW in 1000BASE-T mode
  • Energy-efficient Ethernet for further reduction in power (IEEE 802.3az)
  • Comes in VQFN48 and LQFP64 package, setting a new benchmark in footprint minimization

Product Name, Sales Code Description

XWAY™ PHY11G PEF 7071 / PEF 7072 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet PHY supporting Energy Efficent Ethernet 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet PHY supporting XWAY™ PHY11G PEF 7071 / PEF 7072 Energy Efficent Ethernet


Our suppliers in this category Ethernet Interface:


The current offerings of the fabless semiconductor supplier are as follow: Embedded Ethernet (Non-PCI or Local Bus), EtherCAT, USB-to-LAN, Embedded Network /USB SoC, I/O Connectivity products.


Your contact :

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Johannes Kornfehl
Product Marketing Manager
+43 1 86305-149


High performance INTEL processors are at the heart of innovative solutions for service providers and broadcasters spanning the cloud, network, home gateway, clients, and mobile. The connected Home Division aims to transform people’s digital lives with trusted and effortless connected home experiences. As gateway technologies are transforming the home, INTEL targets to make the network faster and smarter. The broadband gateway is becoming the edge of the cloud and enabling the Internet of things and the smart, connected home.


Your contact :

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Achim Stahl
Product Line Manager
+49 89 130143814

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