Lantronix Inc.

Networking System-on-Chip Coprocessors

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The DeviceLinx™ XChip™ dedicated networking coprocessor system-on-chip series from Lantronix enables OEMs to embed serial-to-Ethernet connectivity and Web services into products. The XChip requires no additional coding or licensing commitment to enable network connectivity into any product with a microcontroller. Built using the CMOS process, the XChip is a highly-integrated x86 class processor that includes a built-in Ethernet MAC and 10-100 PHY, 256 KB zero wait-state SRAM, up to 11 GPIOs and a high-performance serial UART in a compact 12x12-millimeter 184 BGA RoHS-compliant package.


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