05.13.2008 02:45 PM
NetLogic Microsystems releases processor for Terabit routes, switchers

NetLogic Microsystems has begun initial production shipments of its NL71024XT knowledge-based processor, which has been optimized for next-generation Terabit routers and switches.

The high-performance NL71024XT processor is optimized for customers’ 100Gb/s next-generation ASICs and network processors to accelerate Internet Protocol version6 (IPv6) routing, quad-play convergence of video, voice, data and mobility, Internet Protocol Television (IPTV), WebTV, and peer-to-peer (P2P) communications.

The NL71024XT processor offers superior packet processing capabilities through an advanced superscalar architecture with deep pipelining to enable the simultaneous processing of QoS, ACL security, voice/video packet forwarding, VPN and service awareness.

For more information, visit www.netlogicmicro.com.



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