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Crossbeam Systems Uses EZchip's Network Processors for its X-Series Next Generation Security Platform

Crossbeam Systems Uses EZchip's Network Processors for its X-Series Next Generation Security Platform

EZchip Technologies Ltd. (a LanOptics Ltd. company, NASDAQ:EZCH), a fabless semiconductor company providing Ethernet network processors, today announced that Crossbeam Systems, the leading provider of next-generation security platforms for high-performance networks, is using EZchip’s NP-2 network processors in the Network Processor Modules (NPM) of the Crossbeam X-Series Next Generation Security Platform product family. The Crossbeam NPMs utilizing the EZchip NP-2 are already shipping to customers.

“We evaluated the available network processor silicon vendors and selected EZchip’s NP-2 because of its IP network focus, true 10Gbps bi-directional performance and single chip implementation,” said Chet Gapinski, Crossbeam’s Vice President of Engineering. “We are impressed with the capabilities of NP-2, enabling us to deliver true 10Gbps performance in our next-generation Network Processing Modules. Additionally, we are confident that EZchip has the technology and track record to execute their road map to 20Gbps and beyond.”

“Crossbeam’s highly successful X-Series line of security platforms is already deployed in many enterprises, carrier networks and data centers worldwide, and EZchip is privileged that Crossbeam has opted to leverage EZchip’s network processors for providing switching and load-balancing services in this system,” said Kosta Sidopoulos, EZchip’s Sales Director. “We look forward to continue working with Crossbeam to support its requirements for a best-in-class, high-performance platform that will meet the next-generation security needs of its customers.”

EZchip’s network processors (NPU) provide networking equipment vendors with flexible packet processing and integrate the key functions needed for delivering triple-play services across packet-based networks and for enabling Carrier Ethernet networks. EZchip’s NPU highlights include:

  • NP-2, NP-3 and NP-4 family of high-speed NPUs, providing throughput of 20Gbps, 30Gbps and 100Gbps respectively.
  • NPA family of access NPUs, providing throughput of up to 10Gbps with several chip models featuring multiple 10-Gigabit, 1-Gigabit and 100-Megabit Ethernet ports.
  • Exceptionally flexible packet processing enabling system designers to future proof their designs while delivering a variety of applications such as L2 switching, Q-in-Q, PBT, VPLS, MPLS and IPv4/IPv6 routing.
  • Integrated hierarchical traffic management enabling granular bandwidth control, assigns individual flows with specific Quality of Service (QoS) and enforces Service Level Agreements (SLA) for applications, services and users.
  • On-chip Operations, Administration and Management (OAM) processing offload enabling reliability and high availability in Carrier Ethernet networks.
  • Software compatibility across all of EZchip’s NPU families enabling efficient use of vendor’s engineering resources.

About Crossbeam

Crossbeam Systems, Inc. transforms the way enterprises, service providers and government agencies architect and deliver security services. The basis of Crossbeam’s solution is its Next Generation Security Platform, a highly scalable hardware platform that facilitates the consolidation, virtualization and simplification of security services delivery, while preserving the customers’ choice of best-of-breed security applications. Crossbeam offers the only security platform that delivers unparalleled network performance, scalability, adaptability and resiliency. Customers choose Crossbeam to intelligently manage risk, accelerate and maintain compliance, and protect their businesses from evolving threats. Crossbeam is headquartered in Boxborough, Mass., and has offices in Europe and Asia Pacific. More information is available at: www.crossbeam.com

About EZchip Technologies

EZchip Technologies is a fabless semiconductor company that provides Ethernet network processors. EZchip provides its customers with solutions that scale from 1-Gigabit to 100-Gigabit per second with a common architecture and software across all products. EZchip's network processors provide the flexibility and integration that enable triple-play data, voice and video services in access, metro and edge systems that make up the new Carrier Ethernet networks. For more information on EZchip, visit our web site at http://www.ezchip.com.

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