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2005-06-03 The basics of network processors
Here's a snapshot of the state of the NPU art, outlining what makes a network processor and what features are likely to become most popular
2010-04-29 Multicore processors suit enterprise, data center nets
LSI Corp. has developed a portfolio of asymmetric multicore silicon solutions and software for use in enterprise and data center networking applications.
2002-09-19 IDT finalizes Solidum Systems acquisition
Integrated Device Technology Inc. has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Solidum Systems.
2013-09-02 Reducing device power consumption (Part 3)
Part 3 continues with the discussion on different network standby techniques to reduce power.
2013-08-26 Reducing device power consumption (Part 2)
In this instalment, we will focus on automated proxy.
2013-04-29 Tilera's cyber security building blocks ready for 100Gbit/s
The security on Tilera's TILE-Gx processors have been bolstered with the MDE software tool suite and an array of powerful application building blocks that enable customer solutions
2015-04-24 TI bares FPGA alternative
The 66AK2L06 programmable system-on-chip offers efficient, direct connection to analogue front end (AFE) using Texas Instrument's integrated KeyStone technology and JESD204B-compliant standards
2013-08-12 Reducing device power consumption (Part 1)
The first instalment discusses the embedded cyclical states and packet classification
2004-06-16 Hardware holds value for classifying packets
Explore the growing value of hardware, including programmable state machines and discrete coprocessors, in developing secure applications
2006-01-13 Zarlink Ethernet switches designed for IP video apps
Zarlink's new ClassSwitch platform of single- chip, full-service Layer 2 Ethernet switches designed for network access equipment supporting packet-based apps.
2014-06-17 Vision-based AI boosts surveillance applications
Cost, performance and power consumption advances are now paving the way for the proliferation of embedded vision into diverse surveillance applications.
2007-10-31 Video content analysis is essential in security and surveillance applications
Video content analysis, also known as video analytics, electronically recognizes the significant features within a series of frames and allows systems to issue alerts when specific types of events occur, speeding real-time security response.
2008-01-16 VCA: Raising video security to a new level
There is a push to develop methods that will significantly increase the effectiveness of monitoring security and surveillance video. Video content analysis (VCA), also known as video analytics, electronically recognizes the significant features within a series of frames and allows systems to issue alerts when specific types of events occur, speeding real-time security response.
2012-02-17 Using OpenFlow protocol to control network flow
Learn why it is important to build the open-source specification OpenFlow into routers, switches, and other devices to realize the benefits of Software-Defined Networks.
2003-07-01 Service level agreements breed traffic management schemes
Implementing differentiated services requires sophisticated traffic management schemes, which can only be implemented by a combination of hardware and software.
2007-10-18 Security in silicon: A guide to secure, high-speed SoC devices (Part 2)
Implementing security functionality on dedicated hardware enables designers to achieve higher throughput performance, lower power consumption and a higher degree of security over software-based implementations running on a general-purpose processor.
2010-04-29 PCIe acceleration card packs I/O virtualization support
Netronome has launched the Network Flow Engine (NFE-3240) family of PCIe 2.0 acceleration cards with enhanced I/O virtualization (IOV) support.
2006-03-01 Overview: Distributed IP/Ethernet DSLAMs
There is a greater need for a cost effective distributed DSLAM architecture so that traffic-processing requirements are performed in the first mile.
2003-11-17 Network programming can be tamed
Embedding network processor requires a carefully structured blend of programming model, facilities and a unifying software infrastructure that enables both performance and flexibility.
2012-07-02 Multi-core networking in Linux user space with zero overhead
Find out how multicore network SoCs work, and how to leverage them efficiently for data path processing.
2011-05-12 MPUs offer high bandwidth, throughput
Tilera Corp. introduces the TILE-Gx 8000 series of microprocessors available in four configurations with 16, 36, 64 or 100 cores and includes a rich set of I/O ports, packet processing and network features.
2014-08-01 Movidius unveils next-gen vision processing unit
Myriad 2 is said to be 20 times better than its precursor, boasting 2TFLOPS of 16bit performance from a chip measuring only 6.5mm2.
2014-09-24 Microsemi rolls DSP platform for intelligent processing apps
The Timberwolf platform allows Microsemi to use its voice communications portfolio to bridge into new and emerging hands-free applications that require clear speech, free of noise and echo.
2002-12-16 Gigabit nets slowed by security
Massive amounts of outward-bound LAN traffic and gigabit interfaces to the service provider or Internet are wreaking havoc on network managers responsible for network security.
2013-08-30 Equip robotic systems with spatial sensing
Know how depth-discerning image sensors and robust software algorithms enable robots to navigate and interact with objects around them.
2008-03-06 Cisco ups ante in networking ASIC design
Cisco Systems has debuted a router that packs on a custom 40-core processor a wide variety of networking services, leapfrogging competition in the $5-billion edge router market and taking to a new level Cisco's work on ASICs for networking systems.
2001-03-01 Cable modems tap high-speed data
In the drive to market broadband cable to everyone, a key challenge for the industry was to develop a standard method of implementing high-speed data services.
2015-09-10 60 start-up companies to watch in 2015
EE Times has selected 30 start-up companies to come on to version 16.1 of its list of 60 firms that are worth keeping an eye on. Readers are welcome to nominate their own emerging companies.
2011-07-01 28nm multicore platform touts up to 24 virtual cores
The QorIQ multicore platform from Freescale integrates a multithreaded 64bit power architecture core and 28nm process technology.
2006-10-02 'Server-on-chip' opens road to universal I/O
Sun Microsystems will pack native PCI Express and 10GbE interfaces onto its next-generation Niagara processor. The resulting server-on-a-chip generated debate about the future of integrated I/O in the era of multicore microprocessors.
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