SANTA CLARA, Calif., March 28, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Intilop, Inc., a pioneer and a recognized leader in providing Ultra-Low latency networking Mega IP building blocks, systems and solutions, announced it will present its 5th Gen. SX-Series 10G, 76 nanosecond latency TCP and UDP Offload Core and NICs based around them that deliver greater than 1G byte per 10G port and sub-micro second wire-to-host latency. It will be at the Ethernet Technology Summit taking place April 2nd thru 4th, 2013 at Marriott Hotel, Santa Clara, CA.
Servers and high end NICs are able to use Intilop's TCP technology and solutions to realize the maximum throughput possible, greater than 93% or approaching theoretic limit. The industry leading system solutions are built around their Ultra-high-performance and ultra-low-latency 10G TCP Offload and DMA technology that has been regarded as 'game changing' by industry experts.
"We are achieving the absolute best with our ultra-Low latency protocol accelerators combined with other internally developed critical building blocks to build the whole systems that not only substantially accelerate network traffic but also simplify system design in terms of reduced switch port cost, reduced power requirements and overall operating cost of networking equipment," said Kelly Masood, President/CTO at Intilop corporation.
Intilop's TCP/UDP Offload engines, other high end building blocks and NICs are targeted at high end enterprise equipment-makers that provide solutions to financial markets, web servers, email servers, high-end servers in Data centers, cloud computing, Government network systems and University campus network systems.
Intilop is a developer, recognized leader and pioneer in advanced networking silicon IP and system solutions, custom hardware solutions, SoC/ASIC/FPGA integrator and total system solutions provider for Networking, Network Security, storage and Embedded Systems. It was the first company to deliver a Full TCP Offload Engine with multiple simultaneous sessions on an FPGA in September 2009. Since then it has been introducing a new generation every year with a 5th Gen TOE/UOE delivered in Jan 2013. This has earned it the respect in the industry as 'Gold standard' in TCP latency and performance.
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