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IXP423 Network Processor: Product BriefThe IXP423 network processor is a versatile single-chip processor that meets the needs of high-performance and cost-sensitive data and Voice over IP (VoIP) applications ranging from residential gateways, integrated access devices (IADs), and small office IP/PBX systems to industrial control and networked imaging applications. The IXP423 network processor is a member of the IXP4XX product line of network processors, providing cost-effective implementations that extend the rich performance and features of the IXP425 network processor into targeted market segments.The IXP423 network processor integrates a 266 MHz Intel XScale® processor, high-performance PCI interface, USB controller, UTOPIA 2* interface, two high-speed serial (HSS) interfaces, and two Ethernet MACs. These features provide developers with the processing power, low-power consumption, cost-effectiveness, and flexibility to address the needs of data plus VoIP applications.Read the full IXP423 Network Processor Product Brief.
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