Short for High-Speed Serial Interface, HSSI is a serial interface that supports transmission rates up to 52 mbps. It is used to connect routers on local area networks with wide area networks over a 680×0 or similar high-speed line. HSSI can also be used to provide high-speed connectivity between LANs, such as token ring and Ethernet.
HSSI – High-Speed Serial Interface
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