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Napatech Secures New Design Win with Axellio FabricXpress Edge Computing Platform

Napatech, a leading provider of reconfigurable computing platforms, today announced a new design win for its FPGA-based SmartNIC software and hardware on the Axellio FabricXpress platform for Edge MicroClouds, Hyper-Converged Infrastructure, and MicroDataCenters. The Axellio/Napatech solution will be implemented at a major defense contractor.

The Axellio/Napatech 100G capture and playback appliance will be used as a test and measurement solution to capture and store 100 gigabits per second data-to-disk to allow precise replay. Napatech uniquely met Axellio's requirements of hyperscale computing performance benefits, including high-speed lossless data capture and replay as proven through an array of stunning benchmarks. 

"Napatech is a great partner in Axellio's work to provide customers with real-time insight and response from the complex processing of high volumes of data at extremely high velocities," said Axellio CEO Bill Miller. "We are delighted to be working with Napatech on this new project to provide customers with precise replay of high-throughput data. Napatech's feature-rich FPGA-based SmartNIC software and hardware easily integrated into our solution to meet the demanding performance requirements we have for throughput, latency, scalability and cost."

"The combination of Napatech FPGA-based SmartNICs and capture software providing lightning-fast lossless networking and the high-performance Axellio platform is an exciting prospect," said Daniel Proch, VP of Product Management at Napatech. "We are pleased that Napatech and Axellio are collaborating to provide best-of-breed solutions in capture and replay that can revolutionize network analytics for Axellio's FabricXpress edge computing platform."
Published Wednesday, February 13, 2019 1:33 PM by David Marshall
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