There are but few chips on the PCB. Nearly each of them represents a noteworthy unit.
The ADM5120 chip from Infineon must be the most important chip on board the BR-724. It is a System-on-Chip controller featuring a 175MHz RISC processor with MIPS architecture.
There are seats for two consoles (UART and JTAG) to be used with the ADM5120.
The router’s firmware is stored in an EN29LV800 chip from EoN. It has a capacity of 1MB.
The BR-724 comes with 16 megabytes of system memory in two EM638165TS chips from EtronTech.
The ADM5120 has only one WAN port. The other WAN port is based on an external controller. It is an IP101A chip from IC+.