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ASSP

(Application Specific Standard Part) An ASIC chip that is designed as a generic device for a particular market. Whereas an ASIC is typically used only by its creator, ASSPs are used by many different companies in the design of their products. See ASIC.
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ASIC products which were the preferred solution for the industry a few years ago is now being increasingly being replaced by either FPGA products or ASSPs.
The IDC report analyzing the North American and worldwide market for ASSP is based on the IDC 2004 Software Market Forecaster Database, which covers over 85 functional software markets worldwide by multiple operating environment and many geographic dimensions.
The second, or integration, layer of the model is responsible for bringing together both applications and data for a common purpose, using XML or a similar vehicle, This layer can represent functionality added to an ASSP, either through internal development or through a partnership or acquisition.
Availability of NEL's ASSP chip is truly a game changer for the industry as it not only enables lower cost 100G solutions for the long haul systems, commensurate with the OIF power dissipation guidelines, but it also makes possible the next generation modules and cards for the metro networks enabling the economies of scale needed for the mass deployment of 100G.
Pricing and Availability Cactus Semiconductor's EB1CSI021 evaluation board and CSI021 ASSP are now available for purchase via the company's website.
In addition QuickLogic offers a variety of hot swappable PCI bridge ASSPs including 32-bit system master, bus master, bus target, and stand-alone target for 33 MHz and 50 MHz PCI busses, with internal bus speeds ranging from 33 MHz to 75 MHz.
The upcoming PEPS-2 system will allow customers to develop even larger and more complex ASSP platforms and run the system faster, with much lower power, due to the Virtex-6 FPGAs.
Altera's Mercury family addresses this need by combining the advanced CDR transceiver technology of an ASSP with world-class programmable logic.
Like all READ Centers, ASSP is owned and operated by the community and will be paired with a for-profit business (a "sustainability project") that will also be managed by the community.
INDUSTRY OVERVIEW II-1 Application Server Software Platform - A Curtain Raiser II-1 Global ASSP Market: Current and Future Analysis II-1 The Journey from "Plain Vanilla" Application Servers to Application Platform II-2 Select Application Server Software Platforms II-3 Commoditization Jeopardize ProfitabilityII-3 Product Bundling - An Antidote to Commoditization II-4 Role of Application Servers in E-Business II-4 Web Application Servers: Meeting e-Business Requirements II-4 Web-Based Applications II-5 Programs and Data Integration II-5 Workload ManagementII-5 Security ManagementII-6