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LSI Introduces Blueprints to Couple Tarari Content Processors and Multi-Core Processors
Focus on acceleration of application-specific workloads to improve price-performance of security and routing systems.
MILPITAS, Calif., April 8, 2008 – LSI Corporation (NYSE: LSI) today announced that it will present the results of research and benchmarking tests conducted using Intel QuickAssist Technology to couple high-performance Tararicontent processing accelerators and Quad-Core Intel Xeon processors at the RSA Conference 2008, held April 7-11 at the Moscone Center, San Francisco, Calif.
LSI has also created a standard lab environment to conduct performance benchmarking studies that will allow developers to accelerate application-specific workloads when coupling Tarari content processing technology within Quad-Core IntelXeon processor-based systems.
Application-specific workloads will include intrusion prevention, anti-virus, anti-spyware, compliance, QoS, content-based filtering and billing, and technologies for securing XML traffic. Design blueprints, studies, white papers and articles will be published on both the LSI and Intel website for the industry as part of a long-term, on-going program.
“These blueprints, research and benchmarks are critical for developers building next-generation storage and networking switches and appliances,” said Randy Smerik, senior vice president, Network Components Group, LSI. “We are committed to sharing our thought leadership in this area and make it as easy as possible to best utilize content processing technology alongside multi-core processor platforms.”
Pranav Mehta, senior principal engineer and chief technical officer, Embedded and Communications Group, Intel, added, “Effective integration of accelerators is an integral part of the Intel QuickAssist technology initiative to deliver market-leading solutions on Intel architecture. We are working with LSI to provide optimization and interoperability between Quad-Core Intel Xeon processors and LSI Tarari content processors which provides customers enhanced performance and improved time-to-market for secure applications.”
Smerik and Mehta will be discussing the first performance findings on a panel at the conference on Friday, April 11, at 11:10 a.m. titled “Multi-Core Intel Architecture plus Accelerators: A Performance Study.”
LSI Corporation (NYSE: LSI) is a leading provider of innovative silicon, systems and software technologies that enable products which seamlessly bring people, information and digital content together. The company offers a broad portfolio of capabilities and services including custom and standard product ICs, adapters, systems and software that are trusted by the world’s best known brands to power leading solutions in the Storage and Networking markets. More information is available at www.lsi.com.
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