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LSI announces High-Performance Library

September 2008 by Emmanuelle Lamandé

LSI Corporation announced additions to its high-performance security library that make it practical and cost effective to encrypt everything on the IP network, all the time.

The LSI™ enhanced security library provides for encryption, authentication and public key acceleration based in silicon that can secure data at rates exceeding 10 gigabits per second (Gb/s). The solution scales to 40 Gb/s and is optimized for minimum real estate and power consumption. Implemented on LSI-supplied multi-protocol engines (MPEs), the libraries enable both data-at-rest (DAR) and data-in-flight (DIF) security that conforms to Federal Information Processing Standards.

The LSI security library supports all major DIF wireless and data security protocols including MACSec, IPSec, FC-SP, 3GPP, WPA, WPA2, SRTP and the DAR IEEE P1619 storage standard. The host interface is customizable, and the MPE can be configured to accommodate any combination of security protocols required for protecting data services, video, wireless and voice traffic.

Availability:

The LSI security library is available for evaluation now and is expected to be available for design-in beginning in the third quarter of this year.




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