NetLogic Expands IPv6 Portfolio

The company doubles IPv6 processing capabilities.

By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Posted Feb 1, 2011
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NetLogic Microsystems, Inc. has announced the expansion of its IPv6 knowledge-based processor portfolio with the introduction of its NL82048 processor which doubles the IPv6 processing capabilities for next-generation switches and routers. In a press release by the company and presented on Trading Markets, NetLogic claims the NL82048 knowledge-based processor incorporates a number of ground-breaking innovations, and is the first device in the industry that is capable of supporting up to 512,000 IPv6 addresses or 2,000,000 IPv4 addresses


"'We are pleased to have the industry's most comprehensive portfolio of IPv6 knowledge-based processors,' said Chris O'Reilly, vice president of marketing at NetLogic Microsystems. 'By integrating key innovations that dramatically enhances the performance and enriches the feature set of our market-leading knowledge-based processors, we continue to enable our customers to develop highly differentiated networking solutions for next-generation LTE networks.'"

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