New network processor from Force Computers

Force Computers, a Solectron company announced at SUPERCOMM 2004, CHICAGO, IL (June 22, 2004) announced their new NP product, the CPCI-920/922, its next generation CPCI/PICMG 2.16 network processor blade for Internet Protocol (IP) packet processing applications in telecommunications and data communications.
This product utilises the Intel IXP2400 NPU. The CPCI-920/922 offers a single or dual Intel® IXP2400 network processor design, and NPF compliant co-processor and media mezzanine interfaces. The CPCI-920/922 maximizes available IP processing performance for 2-4-Gigabit/sec. data rate packet processing segments.
Force is a a Premier member of the Intel® Communications Alliance. They are also making use of Teja Technologies to meet customer requirements for complete hardware-software solutions for these Force IXP-based network processor blades. Optimized for the CPCI-920/922 as part of its Intel IXP network processor platform, Teja NP™, incorporates an extensible application framework and forwarding-plane functionality, as well as the system resource management software and development tools needed to develop CPCI-920/922 applications.

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