Cision PR Newswire | August 20, 2020
Kentik®, provider of the leading network intelligence platform trusted by digital enterprises and service providers, today announced Hybrid Map. With Hybrid Map from Kentik, NetOps teams gain an immediate and single, unified view to understand topology state, traffic flows, network performance and device health status within and between multi-cloud, on-prem and internet infrastructures. This new level of interactivity within the Kentik Network Intelligence Platform enables NetOps teams to get immediate insights into hybrid networks, dive deep and quickly resolve problems. Breaking the boundaries of the traditional data center often means broken network monitoring. For network professionals running hybrid infrastructures, Kentik offers the only solution that paints a complete picture of this new reality from container to cloud," said Christoph Pfister, chief product officer of Kentik. "Organizations struggle to visualize their hybrid environments, especially when they incorporate container networking overlays. With the new Hybrid Map from Kentik, network teams can finally have that picture on their screen, with complete visibility into real-time and historical health, performance, and traffic data and instantly.
Achronix | October 28, 2021
Achronix Semiconductor Corporation, a leader in high-performance FPGAs and embedded FPGA IP, and MoSys, Inc., a provider of both semiconductor and IP solutions focused on accelerating data intelligence to enable fast, intelligent data access today announced a collaboration to deliver a new class of high-speed, programmable, FPGA-based infrastructure solutions tailored for the 5G wireless core and edge, data center, and broadband wired networks.
The solution will combine Achronix Speedster7t FPGAs with the MoSys Stellar Packet Classification Platform IP to deliver key building blocks needed for high-speed routing, compute and security solutions.
MoSys Stellar Packet Classification IP utilizes the Achronix Speedster7t FPGA's high-speed GDDR6 memory interfaces to add support for:
100's of millions of look-ups per second
Millions of packet classification rules: both access control lists (ACL) and longest prefix match (LPM)
Very complex, 10+ tuple look-ups at up to 480b TCAM-style rules
The MoSys Blazar Acceleration Engine ICs can also be easily coupled to Speedster7t FPGAs to add:
In-memory computing capabilities using 25G SerDes lanes
Up to 1Gb of high-speed memory to complement and expand the on-board FPGA SRAM by up to five times.
MoSys IP, together with Achronix FPGAs, can offload both high-end servers and multi-terabit switch designs to extend functionality and capacity as well as reduce latency for critical look-up functions, all at much lower power when compared to CPU-only based solutions. Combining Achronix Speedster7t FPGAs and MoSys Stellar Packet Classification IP will improve the performance of a wide range of applications and services for cloud data center operators, 5G mobile telecom service providers, government, and research organizations.
With the first Speedster7t device now shipping, the 7t1500 provides:
692k look-up-tables (LUTs)
195 Mb of memory
Four 400G Ethernet interfaces
Two PCIe Gen5 interfaces
Eight GDDR6 memory interfaces
High-bandwidth 2D network on chip (2D NoC)
The Speedster7t family are the only FPGAs with a 2D NoC which helps to support high-speed data transfers from external data interfaces to the FPGA's internal logic, delivering a total bandwidth of greater than 20 Tbps.
Steve Mensor, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, at Achronix Semiconductor, said, "Achronix is excited to partner with MoSys, Inc. to provide high-performance routing and security solutions to our global customer base. MoSys's industry-leading packet classification solutions combined with our Speedster7t FPGAs create the ideal platform for the most demanding data acceleration applications."
"Achronix Speedster7t FPGAs are ideally suited to hosting our very high-speed look-up IP. Now, 5G UPF core and edge routing solutions using LPM look-ups and security solutions, including network firewalls and anti-DDoS applications can use complex access control lists to process traffic at unprecedented performance levels,The Achronix architecture is truly optimized for on- and off-chip networking and, by combining their FPGAs with our Stellar Packet Classification IP and software, will bring a compelling solution to our shared customers in the networking and communications markets."
Dan Lewis, CEO of MoSys, Inc.
About MoSys, Inc.
MoSys, Inc. is focused on accelerating data intelligence and provides both semiconductor and IP solutions that enable fast, intelligent data access and decision making for a wide range of markets, including cloud networking, security, 5G networks, SmartNIC, test and measurement, and video systems. MoSys's Quazar family of high-speed memories and the Blazar family of accelerator engines are memory integrated circuits with unmatched intelligence, performance and capacity that eliminate data access bottlenecks to deliver speed and intelligence in systems, including those scaling from 100G to multi-terabits per second. MoSys's Stellar family of virtual accelerator engines includes its packet classification platforms for LPM and ACL-based applications embedded in ASICs and FPGAs. This IP accelerates applications and is portable across a many hardware configurations with or without MoSys silicon chips. More information is available at: MoSys.
About Achronix Semiconductor Corporation
Achronix Semiconductor Corporation is a fabless semiconductor corporation based in Santa Clara, California, offering high-end FPGA-based data acceleration solutions, designed to address high-performance, compute-intensive and real-time processing applications. Achronix is the only supplier to have both high-performance, high-density standalone FPGAs and licensed eFPGA IP solutions. Achronix Speedster®7t FPGA and Speedcore™eFPGA IP offerings are further enhanced by ready-to-use VectorPath™ accelerator cards targeting AI, machine learning, networking and data center applications. All Achronix products are fully supported by the Achronix Tool Suite which enables customers to quickly develop their own custom applications.
Microsoft | May 28, 2020
IT sector grows, especially in developing countries, so will the requirement for advanced structured cabling, P&S Intelligence is a provider of market research and consulting services.
Around the world, Asia-Pacific (APAC) has been the largest structured cabling market, owing to its rapidly growing IT industry.
The rise in the adoption of intelligent technologies to implement scalable and modular IT infrastructure in several business operations is driving the market.
The entire structured cabling system can be made of copper wires or fiber wires and associated components. In the past, copper wires made up much of the structured cabling, as they are cost-effective. However, these cables are unable to support higher bandwidths, the demand for which is rising with people's requirement shifting to high-volume data transfer at higher speeds. This is why, in years to come, the demand for fiber cables would increase rapidly. Around the world, the usage of internet gaming, video conferencing and chatting, online video watching, and file sharing is rising, which requires high data speed to work without packet loss or buffering.
Further, the wires are themselves categorized as category 6, category 5e, category 6A, and category 7, based on the applications they support and data speeds they can handle. Up till 2017, category 6 wires were most widely installed, since they support the older computer systems. Additionally, they are used heavily in conjunction with category 5 wires (in systems that still use the latter category wires) to increase the connection speed. In present times, the demand for high-speed internet is rising, which would push the integration of category 6A structured cables. Around the world, Asia-Pacific (APAC) has been the largest structured cabling market, owing to its rapidly growing IT industry, as a result of heavy public and private investments.
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“With the access of such detailed routing information of the building cabling infrastructure, it becomes very flexible for IT operators to install, modify, and change the connections & the wiring system in the business premises.”
~ IT industry
Further, with an increasing number of internet subscribers here, a huge volume of data is being created. As per a report by Economic Times in 2019, 451 million people in India were using the internet regularly in 2019, which is second only to China. Data centers are being constructed here to manage the huge data volume, and these places cannot function without structured cabling. Hence, as the IT sector grows, especially in developing countries, so will the requirement for advanced structured cabling. P&S Intelligence is a provider of market research and consulting services catering to the market information needs of burgeoning industries across the world.
“The major advantage of the installation of these cables is the large amounts of information that can be transmitted per unit of time, driving the structured cabling market demand."
Providing the plinth of market intelligence, P&S as an enterprising research and consulting company, believes in providing thorough landscape analyses on the ever-changing market scenario, to empower companies to make informed decisions and base their business strategies with astuteness. Several legacy facilities are facing the challenge of managing the order and ease of accessing the cabling infrastructure. The widely used cable management products and solutions can be installed easily and offer simple and modular designs. The manufacturers in the structured cabling market are catering to such demands of the customers by offering advanced cable management solutions. The growing adoption of digital services and increasing number of internet users will augment the data center demand, thereby driving the structured cabling market growth.
The cabling systems offer faster data transfer speeds and effective connectivity of IT devices, reducing the chances of system downtime and failure. It improves the effectiveness in the decision-making process, maximizing the business profits. Moreover, the growing demand for high-speed connectivity of the devices and data center convergence are the major factors driving the market. The adoption of fiber optic and coaxial cables for high-speed internet connectivity is gaining momentum in the industry. These cables have a much greater bandwidth compared to the metal cables. The major advantage of the installation of these cables is the large amounts of information that can be transmitted per unit of time, driving the structured cabling market demand.
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