NetOctave announced that it will integrate its NSP3200 Security Processor with the Intel's IXP2800 and IXP2400 Network Processors

February 26, 2002

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SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. -- NetOctave, Inc., a leading developer of security processors and security accelerator boards for the SSL (Secure Sockets Layer), IPsec (Internet Protocol Security), and IP Storage markets, today announced that it will provide reference designs that integrate NetOctave's NSP3200 Security Processor with the new Intel® IXP2800 and IXP2400 Network Processors and enable developers to create protected VPN systems running at Gigabit Ethernet and OC-48 rates.

The integration of NetOctave's NSP3200 Security Processor with Intel's IXP2400 Network Processor will enable network and communications equipment OEMs to offer high-speed IPsec-enabled products at a reasonable cost and with minimal integration effort. "Security is a significant challenge in the creation of high-speed IP networks," said Doug Davis, general manager of the Intel Network Processor Division. "NetOctave offers an option for the IXP2400 Network Processor that will help enable equipment makers to easily provide IPsec security in high-performance systems." "NetOctave is pleased to be working with Intel to deliver line-rate IPsec security in Gigabit Ethernet and OC-48 systems," said NetOctave CEO Rick Hegberg. "The combined solution of the NSP3200, the Intel IXP2400 Network Processor, and NetOctave's reference designs and software support will provide equipment manufacturers with easy-to-implement IPsec security for high-speed network systems." NetOctave Inc.

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