IDT Network Search Engine Speeds Trapeze Networks’ Wireless LAN Mobility Switches
SAN JOSE, Calif., August 29, 2006 — IDT™ (Integrated Device Technology, Inc.; NASDAQ: IDTI), a leading provider of vital semiconductor solutions, today announced Trapeze Networks will include an IDT Network Search Engine (NSE) in its new series of wireless LAN Mobility Exchange switches. The Trapeze Mobility System uses identity-based networking which enables VLAN and subnet memberships, authentications, access control lists (ACLs), roaming policies, bandwidth usage and other vital statistics to stay with and track users as they move between any wired and wireless environment. Each of these critical functions relies upon the network search engine to assist the high-speed packet processing necessary to ensure users have authenticated and seamless access.
“Of the many NSEs we evaluated for our wireless mobility switch, the IDT devices delivered unmatched performance combined with low power dissipation, allowing us to support our customers’ deployment of robust 802.11 wireless services,” said Andris Dindzans, Director of Product Management at Trapeze Networks. “Additionally, quality of service and reliability are extremely important to our customers. With the help of the IDT NSE, we are now able to provide our customers with a very cost-effective and efficient mobility system that has very little latency.”
Trapeze Networks provides seamless mobility to the enterprise workforce, meeting the requirements of network managers and IT staffs. The Trapeze wireless LAN Mobility System allows mobile users to access their applications anytime, anywhere. By performing swift and accurate searching of databases for the Trapeze mobility switch, the IDT 75K52100 NSE helps enable end-users to roam securely anywhere in the enterprise, over any network topology, wired or wireless, accessing a wide variety of applications and information. By allowing Trapeze to pinpoint specific application databases to be searched, such as ACLs, policies, and VLANs, the NSE can improve efficiency and power management within the LAN Mobility System as well.
“Wireless access within the enterprise is a rapidly growing market, and we are very excited to support the LAN Mobility Exchange Switches from Trapeze. The wireless space is another example where network search engines are supporting emerging consumer needs,” said Dave Cech, director of marketing for the IDT IP co-processor division. “IDT is pleased to work with Trapeze Networks to provide a higher level of customer satisfaction and security within wireless LAN mobility.”
IDT Network Search Engine Solutions
IDT provides a comprehensive family of NSEs that accelerate packet processing and enable intelligent application management in next-generation networking equipment. The IDT NSE portfolio includes a family of custom devices, as well as families of NSEs with high-performance interfaces for ASICs, and glue-less interfaces to leading network processors, to accelerate packet classification and forwarding in core, metro and access networks.
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