IDT intros ternary IP co-processors that offer a glue-less QDR interface to the new Intel IXP2800 and IXP2400 Network Processors

February 26, 2002

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SAN FRANCISCO -- IDT (Integrated Device Technology, Inc.) (Nasdaq:IDTI), a leading communications IC company, today introduced a new family of ternary Internet Protocol (IP) co-processors which offer a glue-less quad data rate (QDR) interface to the new Intel IXP2800 and IXP2400 Network Processors, and increase searching capabilities to achieve an unprecedented 125 million searches per second (MSPS), allowing for multiple lookups at OC-192 line rates. IDT is working with Intel to provide comprehensive packet-processing enablers, including a simulation model and complete software support for the application library, which simplifies the development process for network equipment designers, resulting in faster time to market and lower design costs for next-generation equipment. The solutions target applications requiring line rates up to OC-192, such as core and edge routers and layer 4 through 7 switches. "IDT is demonstrating innovation with its IP co-processor product portfolio, its aggressive roadmap for future devices, and its provision of a comprehensive packet-processing solution," said Bob Merritt, director of emerging markets at Semico Research Group. "And, with the introduction of its high-performance, IP co-processor devices with glue-less QDR interfaces, IDT will remain a leader in the CAM market place." Integrated Device Technology Inc. (IDT)

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