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NetLogic Microsystems Expands IPv6 Processing Portfolio

NetLogic Microsystems, Inc., a worldwide leader in high-performance intelligent semiconductor solutions for next-generation Internet networks, today announced the availability of its innovative NL10k knowledge-based processors, which are designed in the advanced 40nm process node, to further expand the IPv6 processing portfolio for next-generation switches and routers. The NL10k knowledge-based processors deliver 1.6 billion decisions per second (BDPS) of IPv6 processing while maintaining compat

"Our new NL10k processors offer our customers a seamless upgrade path for their existing ASICs and NPUs to deliver IPv6 performance in 40nm power profile," said Chris O'Reilly, vice president of marketing at NetLogic Microsystems. "The emergence of LTE and IPv6 has dramatically increased our customers' need for knowledge-based processors with greater performance and larger database capacities, all in a smaller thermal footprint. The NL10k knowledge-based processor is ideally suited to address this need."

NetLogic Microsystems is sampling two members of the NL10k knowledge-based processor family this quarter, and a third member in the first quarter of 2011. For more information on the NL10k knowledge-based processor, please contact sales@netlogicmicro.com. 

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