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Thread: Interphase iSPAN 36MC1 OCTEON Plus Packet Processing AdvancedMC

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    Interphase iSPAN 36MC1 OCTEON Plus Packet Processing AdvancedMC

    Interphase, a leading global provider of building blocks, subsystems, and gateway appliance solutions for converged communications networks, is pleased to announce the iSPAN 36MC1 Packet Processor. The iSPAN 36MC1 is the newest addition to our portfolio of Quad (4x) Gigabit Ethernet (GE) high-performance packet processor products based on OCTEON Plus 56xx multi-core processor architecture from Cavium Networks. The product family also includes the iSPAN 36CA AdvancedMC and iSPAN 55CA/55MC8 PCI-X cards.

    The iSPAN 36MC1 provides Quad RJ-45 GE interfaces and supports Quad GE and PCI-e connectivity on the AdvancedMC connector with 2 GB of memory. The RJ-45 configuration is designed as a very attractive entry point for applications requiring high-performance packet processing. Interphase also plans to release Quad GE SFP and 10 GE SFP+ configurations later this year.

    The 36MC1 is ideal for usage in a wide variety of AdvancedTCA and MicroTCA based application platforms for the converged communications network including:
    access service network (ASN) gateways and base stations in WiMAX networks
    radio network controllers
    packet access gateways and gateway GPRS service nodes in wideband-CDMA 3G/HSPA/LTE networks
    security and content inspection appliances

    The iSPAN 36MC1 will support the 6WINDGate™ software toolkit for embedded networking. Interphase will continue to add industry leading software toolkits such as deep packet inspection (DPI) and Internet Protocol security (IPSec) to assist its customers in reducing time to market for their solutions.

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    Re: Interphase iSPAN 36MC1 OCTEON Plus Packet Processing AdvancedMC

    In addition to the iSPAN packet processing boards mentioned above, Interphase offers a broad range of AdvancedMC, AdvancedTCA, PCI-x/PCI-e and PMC modules. For pricing and availability, please contact Interphase sales.

    Interphase Corporation (NASDAQ: INPH) delivers robust building blocks, highly integrated subsystems and innovative gateway appliances that provide network connectivity, content management, and packet processing for key applications in the wireless and wireline converged communications network. Incorporated in 1977, Interphase built its reputation providing advanced, high-speed input/output (I/O) solutions for telecom and enterprise applications and has established a key leadership role in bringing next generation AdvancedTCA® (ATCA) blades, AdvancedMC™ (AMC), PCI-x, PCI-e, and custom solutions to the marketplace. Headquartered in Plano, Texas with sales offices across the globe, Interphase clients include Alcatel-Lucent, Emerson Network Power, Fujitsu Ltd., Hewlett Packard, Nokia-Siemens Networks, Samsung, and Sun Microsystems.

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