Lara's Net Database Coprocessor

The LNI8010 may support up to 32 multiple search operations in-flight

September 18, 2000

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SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Lara Networks, Inc. (Lara), the industry leader in high-performance Network Application Processors for the Internet Infrastructure market, announced today its new Network Database Co-Processor, the LNI8010. The LNI8010 is the industry's first ever network database co-processor. It will greatly enhance interoperability between network processors and Lara's search engines. Lara's search engines are the most embedded in the industry in high performance network switches and routers.

"Network processor designs are dependent on solutions provided by companies like Lara Networks in order to provide the speed essential for packet processing in high performance environments," said John Metz, executive VP of Sterling Research who tracks the network processor market. "With Lara's recent news of this processor and plans to offer even more solutions down the road, the company will put itself in good position to be a broad-based supplier of vital silicon solutions for high performance routing and switching devices."

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