SBE Introduces Advanced Security Offload Engine in Collaboration with Cavium Networks; Featuring Sup

    Date27 Sep 2004
    CategoryCryptography
    4569
    Posted ByAnthony Pell
    SBE Inc., a leading supplier of high-performance OEM communications solutions, today announced that it has teamed up with Cavium Networks, the cost and performance leader in content and security processing, to deliver securePMC-L, the first in a growing series of SBE board-level encryption solutions designed to accelerate SSL, WLAN and IPsec cryptographic operations and significantly improve security, performance, and availability of Linux and other embedded applications. . . . SBE Inc., a leading supplier of high-performance OEM communications solutions, today announced that it has teamed up with Cavium Networks, the cost and performance leader in content and security processing, to deliver securePMC-L, the first in a growing series of SBE board-level encryption solutions designed to accelerate SSL, WLAN and IPsec cryptographic operations and significantly improve security, performance, and availability of Linux and other embedded applications.

    A PMC-based security offload engine designed to meet FIPS 140-2 Level 3 requirements, the SBE securePMC-L is based on Cavium Networks' best-selling NITROX Lite, the industry's first security processor targeted towards IPsec, SSL and WLAN applications protocol acceleration. The heart of the NITROX Lite is the microprogrammed GigaCipher core, which allows for Macro processing, future upgrades, scalability and flexibility in supporting cryptographic operations and protocol layer functions. This unique Macro processing allows systems to offload high-level SSL, WLAN or IPsec protocol commands, thus reducing the host I/O and system processor traffic and increasing total system throughput. The NITROX Lite provides simultaneous support for multiple protocols as well as support for IPv6. Both these features are critical requirements for next generation security equipment.

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