Claiming to provide security within public and private networks at gigabit per second and greater rates, the Packet Armor and Socket Armor families of Internet security processors are based on a patent-pending architecture capable of encrypting/decrypting up to 10 million packets per second. Both families include devices that cover IPSec and SSL security themes.
The Packet Armor family includes a streaming encryption device for full-duplex OC-48c and half-duplex OC-192 with support for the IPSec standard. For SSL applications, the Socket Armor family incorporates the company's encryption and modulo engines for data rates from OC-3 to 1 GB/s.
In addition, both families are compatible with PCI, PL3 and PL4 I/O standards. Samples will be available in the fourth quarter of this year. In super BGA packages, prices range from $250 to $350 each/1,000.
Company: CORRENT CORP.
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