Titan IC Systems Announces PCIe Based Regex Offload Solutions for Security AppliancesBy Titan Ic Systems, PRNE
Monday, April 26, 2010
LAS VEGAS, April 27, 2010 - Titan IC Systems today announced its new Hyperion product family,
offering high performance regular expression (regex) offload solutions for
the network, cloud security and server markets.
The Hyperion 10G is a high performance PCIe accelerator card, targeted
for offloading traditional software based regex content analysis tasks for a
range of security applications requiring small form factor and low power
consumption, without compromising performance.
The card is based on the high performance Titan IC 64-bit Regular
Expression Processor (RXP), optimised for streamed IP packet and flow
processing, offering true 10Gbit/s performance.
Titan IC Systems VP Engineering, Dwayne Burns emphasized that the
simplification of integrating 10Gbit/s regex offload capability within
existing applications has been a core objective and is one of Hyperion's key
differentiators. Hyperion development tools are optimised to provide
customers with a simple upgrade and migration path for most software based
Commenting on the launch, Titan IC Systems CEO, Godfrey Gaston stated
that, "there is a clear market opportunity for regular expression processing
capability at true line rate and the launch of Hyperion 10G is an exciting
and eagerly anticipated solution to this complex problem."
The solution is based on the latest high performance FPGA technology and
offers customers a scalable and customizable solution for the most demanding
DPI applications including IDS/IPS, application identification, stateful
packet/flow classification, URL/content filtering and other layer-7 content
Titan IC Systems is exhibiting at Interop Las Vegas 2010, please visit us
at booth 2730.
About Titan IC Systems
Titan IC Systems is a world leader in the development of hardware engines
for content and network processing. The solutions offered include the
Hyperion 10G accelerator card, the Regular Expression Processor (RXP) and
Parallel String Matcher (PSM) for use in all aspects of network security
including: Intrusion Detection/Prevention, application detection, anti-virus,
content/URL filtering and Deep Packet Inspection. Titan IC Systems has its
headquarters in Belfast, Northern Ireland. For more information see
Godfrey Gaston, CEO, Titan IC Systems, +44-289097-1717, g.gaston at titanicsystems.com
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