Moving Classification and Forwarding to OC-768ASICs and SDRAM are fine up until OC-48, but network search engines have special allure when designs move to the OC-768 realm. New-generation specialized devices can enable system designers to offload today's increasingly complex network search requirements and the entire classification and forwarding rule tables more efficiently and effectively. As a result, system designers are able to provide their end customers with a significantly higher degree of system-level flexibility for provisioning new services, implementing policybased network management and ensuring dynamic extensibility of network infrastructures.
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