Interlaken IP

February 13, 2019, anysilicon

Interlaken is a scalable chip-to-chip interconnect protocol invented by Cisco and Cortina in 2006. This royalty free protocol is optimized for high-bandwidth and enables transfer speeds from 10Gbps to 150Gbps.


Interlaken uses bundles of serial links to create a logical connection between ICs with multiple channels, backpressure capability, and data-integrity protection to boost the performance of communications equipment.


Interlaken utilizes two levels of CRC checking and a self-synchronizing data scrambler to provide data integrity and link robustness.


Find here Interlaken IP cores.

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