SANTA CLARA, USA: NetLogic Microsystems Inc. has become a member of the Network Intelligence Alliance (NI Alliance), a new industry organization created for collaboration among the networking technology providers.
In today’s Network Economy — a world that now depends and runs on networks — accurate visibility and precise tracking of data crossing networks has become crucial to the availability, performance and security of applications and services. The growing complexity of IP transactions, the explosion of mobile applications, and the mainstream adoption of cloud computing surpass the capabilities of conventional tools to improve how networks operate, expand services and police illicit or criminal activity.
Just like Business Intelligence solutions emerged to unlock information hidden in the enterprise, Network Intelligence technology is an emerging category of technology to reveal the critical details of the data locked inside network traffic and transactions.
The NI Alliance serves as a forum for collaboration among technology providers whose solutions secure data in transit, ensure efficient data delivery, monetize data transactions or track real-time information. The NI Alliance also seeks to educate the market and the public on the role and value of Network Intelligence in protecting sensitive information; delivering value-added services, applications and information; and ensuring better performance of network-dependent solutions.
NetLogic Microsystems supports the NI Alliance with its industry-leading multi-core, multi-threaded processors, knowledge-based processors and high-speed 10/40/100Gigabit Ethernet PHY products.
These products from NetLogic Microsystems perform highly differentiated tasks of accelerating complex network traffic to significantly enhance the performance and functionality of advanced 3G/4G mobile wireless infrastructure, data center, enterprise, metro Ethernet, edge and core infrastructure networks.
NetLogic Microsystems’ best-in-class products are designed into high-performance systems such as switches, routers, wireless base stations, security appliances, networked storage appliances, service gateways and connected media devices offered by leading original equipment manufacturers (OEMs).
“We are pleased to become a member of the Network Intelligence Alliance and support the community of innovators and developers focused on delivering products for next-generation networks,” said Chris O’Reilly, vice president of marketing at NetLogic.
“Delivering state-of-the-art multi-core processor, knowledge-based processor and 10/40/100GE PHY solutions with network intelligent capabilities is critical to the deployment of advanced LTE and IPv6 networks.”