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2004-10-06 SBE security offload board uses Cavium silicon
SBE used a security processor from Cavium to develop a security processing offload board for communication equipment that handles SSL and IPsec processing tasks.
2010-03-26 Renesas, Cavium co-develop router, switch ref design
Renesas and Cavium have entered a strategic collaboration to deliver highly optimized, high-performance, joint reference design solutions for high-end router and switch applications.
2007-06-19 Motorola blade taps Cavium multicore
Motorola has adopted Cavium's Octeon multicore processor for its new ATCA blade for 10Gbit packet processing.
2013-02-01 Freescale enters Cavium's turf with security coprocessors
Freescale's C29x chips are priced between $99 to $200, and have been touted to deliver 50 to 250 per cent more operations per dollar than Cavium's Nitrox 3.
2005-08-30 Cypress, Cavium Networks ally on network solutions
Network solutions provider Cavium Networks will team with Cypress Semiconductor Corp. to provide joint solutions for next-generation networking systems.
2014-07-23 Cavium, Quortus join forces to deliver small cell sol'n
The companies teamed up to embed Quortus' software Evolved Packet Core (EPC) on Cavium's OCTEON Fusion family of SoC processors for small cell base stations.
2011-02-16 Cavium, Picochip partner for LTE
Cavium and Picochip are displaying an end-to-end LTE femtocell featuring Cavium's Octeon and Odyssey product lines at the Mobile World Congress.
2011-01-07 Cavium video processor supports LG TVs
LG Electronics has selected Cavium's WiVu solution to power its wireless TV products.
2011-05-04 Cavium unveils 48GHz Octeon II processor
Cavium Networks has released the 32-core Octeon II CN6880 processor for customers building a wide range of wireless and wired infrastructure networking applications.
2002-07-19 Cavium security chips can process many protocols at once
Cavium Networks is calling its Nitrox Plus security processors the first single-chip devices able to accelerate multiple VPN network, e-business, storage, wireless, and XML apps simultaneously.
2007-08-15 Cavium rolls multicore storage services processors
Cavium Networks has introduced the Octeon MIPS64 multicore storage services processor, which integrate 2-12 MIPS64 cores, RAID hardware acceleration and RAS features.
2010-11-03 Cavium renews MIPS64 architecture agreement
Cavium Networks extends license agreement for MIPS64 architecture
2005-01-19 Cavium processors add Nitrox security engine
Cavium Networks has added its own Nitrox security engine to two versions of the Nitrox Soho security-processor family.
2008-11-25 Cavium Networks buys W&W Communications
Cavium Networks has signed a definitive agreement to acquire fabless semiconductor company W&W Communications Inc.
2005-08-26 Cavium MPU integrates up to sixteen MIPS64-based cores
Cavium Networks' new Octeon EXP microprocessor embeds up to 16 MIPS64-based cores in a single chip to reduce cost and increase performance and functionality for converged control and data-plane apps.
2012-08-06 Cavium licenses out ARMv8, initiates Project Thunder
Cavium taking measured steps in its development of processors and system designs while
2006-10-12 Cavium launches Octeon Plus multicore processor line
Cavium Networks has launched its 1GHz Octeon Plus family of multicore MIPS64 processors consisting of twelve different software-compatible parts with 4- to 16cnMIPS plus cores.
2006-02-02 Cavium extends OCTEON processor lineup
Cavium Networks' new SoC processors integrate a custom MIPS64 processor core with advanced multi-layer application acceleration and security processing hardware.
2014-07-31 Cavium buys Xpliant, widens clout in enterprise market
The acquisition deal involving the Xpliant switching architecture is valued at $90 million, which includes the $15 million investment Cavium made in Xpliant through June 2014.
2004-08-20 Cavium buys Brecis secure processor line
Cavium Networks will look to push its security expertise into the lower-end broadband and wireless gateway space after picking up a secure communication processor line from Brecis Communications in a deal announced on August 16, 2004.
2011-03-21 Cavium acquires wireless baseband IC, ARM-based device provider
Cavium Networks recently completed two major acquisitionsbaseband chip vendor Wavesat Inc. and ARM-based high-performance device provider Celestial Semiconductor.
2008-08-06 Cavium acquires Taiwan's Star Semi for $9M
Cavium Networks has completed their acquisition of certain assets and business of Star Semiconductor.
2009-11-18 Cavium acquires Linux expert for $50M
Embedded Linux is becoming the OS of choice for millions of devices ranging from carrier grade equipment to CE.
2009-09-22 Aricent, Cavium tie-up on LTE solutions
Aricent has announced an LTE evolved packet core development collaboration with Cavium Networks.
2013-06-27 Understanding deep packet inspection (Part 2)
Learn about several architectures and building blocks that ease the creation of scalable, reliable DPI.
2014-09-17 Switch chip delivers more throughput at 3.2Tbit/s
A new breed of switches ulitises novel architecture in order to deliver more than twice of the current high-end switch's throughput as well as provide more programmability for the growing datacentres.
2003-07-31 LAN security processor eyes enterprise access
The Nitrox wireless family of security macro processors from Cavium Networks performs complete protocol processing of CCMP, IPSec, and IKE.
2006-06-27 Internet security solution has 16 MIPS64 cores
Portwell said its Kilin family products have a tremendous processing power enabled by up to 16 MIPS64 cores and a fully optimized packet arbitration mechanism.
2005-10-21 Inline security processor family touts Gigabit Ethernet interfaces
Cavium Networks' new NITROX II CN2800 family of stand-alone security processors combine a high level of integration and new algorithms for next-gen multi-gigabit VPN/Firewall Equipment, WLAN switches and storage security appliances.
2015-06-19 Ethernet switches aim to speed up SDN through OpenFlow
Cavium unleashed its XPliant Ethernet switches that claim to offer full line rate support in OpenFlow through XPliant's SDK APIs and integration of Open vSwitch for software-defined networking.
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