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Palladium

A precious metal that may be used in jewelry, electronics, or other products. It may be traded as a commodity or on the futures and option markets.
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The versatile Palladia product family offers one of the most comprehensive sets of ADSL2/2+ features and is interoperable with leading DSLAM vendors for Annexes A, B and C.
In addition to its leading-edge technology, Centillium offers a complete package of reference designs, hardware, software that includes drivers and routing stacks and outstanding customer support for the Palladia family to ensure customers quick time-to-market.
The Palladia 400-2P includes two voice channels and is created for home gateway applications, while the Palladia 400-4P with four channels of voice is optimized for high-end enterprises.
Innovation from companies like Centillium, with its unique Palladia chipset family featuring integrated VoIP over DSL, translates into new, feature-rich service offerings for carriers that contribute to the acceleration of broadband deployment globally, both in the enterprise and residential arenas.
By utilizing SEI's industry leading MegaBit Gear for CPE with the Palladia chipset, carriers are now able to offer a secure, integrated, easy-to-use home networking product to the consumer market.
Centillium Communications' Palladia 300 chipset's unique design includes security features such as a firewall, denial of service attack prevention and a secure wirespeed VPN.
Each of the Palladia chipsets has the option to include the industry-proven Centillium software suite for bridging/routing, firewall, Internet Protocol-Virtual Private Network (IP-VPN), and other high-end security services with the product.