CAMARILLO, Calif., 29 March 2012. Nallatech in Camarillo, Calif., is introducing the PCIe-385N field-programmable gate array (FPGA) network processing card for offloading processor-intensive tasks in embedded systems applications. The PCIe-385N is based on the Altera Stratix V FPGA and offers PCI Express 8-lane Gen3 bandwidth in a half-length PCI Express card.
The Nallatech PCIe-385N is for real-time network processing and algorithm-acceleration applications, including network monitoring, analytics, filtering, and data retention. The FPGA is coupled to two SFP+ ports supporting 1- and 10-Gigabit Ethernet, 10-gigabit SONET, and various OTU standards to 2f.
The PCIe-385N features 2 banks of DDR3 SDRAM providing as much as 16 gigabytes coupled to the Stratix V FPGA. The compact form factor is the same size as a standard network card, allowing for integration into servers.
For more information contact Nallatech online at www.nallatech.com.