Monday, June 20, 2011

EZchip's 200 Gbps Network Processor Planned for the End of 2012

EZchip Semiconductor provided ".. product details of its NP-5 network processor. NP-5 is a 200-Gigabit network processor (NPU) with integrated 200-Gigabit traffic management for building ultra-dense 10GE, 40GE and 100GE port line cards in switches and routers. The NP-5, currently in design, will provide a natural scale-up path for customers that use EZchip’s NP-4 100-Gigabit processor .. the NP-5 will be manufactured in a 28nm process and is scheduled to sample at the end of 2012 .. The NP-5 will enable line cards that feature multiple 40 and 100-Gigabit ports as well as dozens of 10-Gigabit ports. Through its versatility and rich feature set, the NP-5 will serve a wide variety of carrier and data center applications".

See "EZchip Discloses Product Details of Its NP-5 200-Gigabit Network Processor" - here.

See also "How to Build DPI Products? (Part I - CPU Architecture)" - here.

Other network processors covered recently - Cavium (here), NetLogic/RMI (here), Netronome (here),

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