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Guide till säkerhetsprocessorer

September 24th, 2009 by Joachim Strömbergson Leave a reply »

I Juli publicerade analysföretaget The Linley Group en ny version av sin analysrapport om säkerhetsprocessorer. Rapporten är dyr som attan (2995 USD), men ger en bra bild över vilka som tillverkar processorer för säkerhetsområdet och vilka trenderna är.

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Vill du inte lägga ut så mycket pengar, me ändå är nyfiken finns en PDF med sammantattning, innehållsförteckning m.m. Den ger tycker jag en bra bild i sig. Några snabba utdrag:

This report covers processors that integrate high-throughput encryption, such as Cavium’s Octeon families, RMI’s XLR/XLS/XLP, and Freescale’s MPC8572 and P4080. We also cover unique processors from Netronome and Tilera, which integrate 40 or more cores and target network-security applications. In addition, the report examines vendors developing content-inspection accelerators: LSI, NetLogic, Lionic, and cPacket. Finally, we cover IPSec and SSL accelerators from Cavium, Exar (Hifn), SafeNet, and Broadcom.
In the emerging market for content-inspection accelerators, vendors offer a mix of chip- and board-level products complemented by extensive soft- ware, including regular-expression compilers. These products can accel- erate database searches for Layer 7 applications. The early leader in reg- ex accelerators is LSI, which acquired startup Tarari in 2007. NetLogic, the leading vendor of network search engines (TCAM), reached produc- tion with its first content-inspection chip set during 2007. During 2008, both LSI and NetLogic introduced low-cost chips that expand the market for reg-ex accelerators. Meanwhile, Cavium and Freescale have integrated this function into their respective integrated-security processors. Once it completes its acquisition of RMI, NetLogic may also pursue this integra- tion step.

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