American Portwell Technology introduced the CAK-2000 1U rackmount network appliance. The CAK-2000 features the Freescale QorIQ P2020 communications processor, Power Architecture core, SOI technology, high single-thread performance per watt, and dual-core frequency up to 1.2 GHz. American Portwell’s CAK-2000 rackmount network appliance is ideal for network security (such as IDS/IPS, firewall, IPSec, VPN, deep packet inspection, anti-spam, anti-virus and UTM), network management (such as routers, RAS gateways, QoS, server-load balance, wireless controller and streaming), and telecommunications and industrial and military applications.
American Portwell Technology announced the CAR-4000 1U Platform Communications Appliance. The CAR-4000 is based on the quad-core Intel Xeon processor 3400 series (formerly codenamed Lynnfield) or Intel Core i5 or Core i3 processor (formerly codenamed Clarkdale). The CAR-4000 is ideal for security applications such as Enterprise Internet Security, Firewall, WAN optimization, Unified Threat Management, Network Access Control, Network Behavior Analysis and Triple Play broadcasting for both the enterprise and medium-sized offices.
American Portwell Technology introduced the CAR-5000 network appliance. The CAR-5000 is optimized for the new quad-core Intel Xeon processor C5500 series paired with the Intel 3420 chipset. The CAR-5000 is ideal for high performance networking applications, such as UTM, IPS, IDS, anti-virus, firewall, VPN, and content filtering.
Lanner Electronics rolled out the FW-7580 network appliance. The FW-7580 system features the Intel G41 Chipset, 7 network ports, PCIe (x)8 expansion slot, and up to 8Gb of RAM. With high port density and a max speed of 3.0 GHz, the FW-7580 is ideal as a network communication platform. With the Intel G41 + ICH7R chipset, the FW-7580 is an appliance that can support these Intel processors: the Intel Core 2 Duo, Pentium D, Celeron Processors with the LGA 775 socket. The FW-7580 is available today.
Freescale Semiconductor announced the QorIQ P1012 and P1021 processors. The QorIQ P1012/P1021 product family features QUICC Engine multiprotocol technology. They offers a high-performance, low-power migration path to all-IP environments for legacy multiprotocol interfaces. Both processors are expected to sample in January 2010, with broad sampling planned for Q2 2010. Production quantities are expected in December 2010. Development boards and third party enablement tools are available for the P1012 and P1021 devices to streamline development.