Technology Leadership in Advanced Packet Capture and Analysis

Accolade’s versatile line of ANIC (Advanced Network Interface Card) FPGA based PCIe products perform advanced packet processing in mission critical Network Monitoring & Security, Application Performance Management, Financial Trading, Wireless infrastructure as well as Test and Measurement OEM applications. Accolade’s philosophy is to provide the most advanced FPGA based intelligent network adapters at the absolute best value to our global, market leading OEM customers

Utilizing Accolade’s universal API, OEM customers can seamlessly migrate across the entire ANIC product line from 1 – 100G.

October 2016 – ANIC-200Ku - Third Generation Dual 100G PCIe Application Acceleration Adapter - Designed for demanding network monitoring and security applications, the ANIC-200Ku provides sophisticated flow classification and flow filtering capabilities enabling up to 32 million unique (based on 3 or 5-tuple) IP flows to be tracked. Flow filtering enables security features such as blacklist matching by allowing individual flows to be programmatically forwarded to the CPU, dropped or redirected out of either CFP4 port. This adapter features dual 100GbE CFP4 interfaces supporting SR4 and LR4 optical modules and is designed for NEBS compliance.

February 2016 – ANIC-80Ku - Dual 40GbE/8 X 10GbE State-of-the-Art Application Acceleration Adapter - The ANIC-80Ku is an advanced PCIe Gen 3 adapter featuring two QSFP+ Interfaces which support operations as a Dual 40GbE or 8 X 10GbE adapter. The ANIC-80Ku enables OEM customers to fast-track product time-to-market through software innovation for next generation network monitoring and security solutions utilizing advanced feature sets such as Flow Classification, Fast Lookup Table & much more.

January 2016 – ANIC-40Ku - Quad port 10GbE Advanced Flow Processor - The ANIC-40Ku features unprecedented flow processing functions such as an onboard Fast Look-up Table, Flow based Filtering, Flow Classification & Tracking in addition to unmatched scalability and ultra-low latency at the absolute best value per 10G port.

April 2015 - ANIC-200K4 - Dual 100GbE lossless packet capture network adapter with CFP4 Support - Designed for demanding Network Monitoring and Security Applications, the ANIC-200K4 is a state of the art 100G PCIe NIC featuring CFP4 Interfaces supporting LR4 and SR4 Modules.

August 2014 - ANIC 200k - Dual 100GbE FPGA based deep packet analysis adapter - The ANIC-200K, a breakthrough product, features 200 Gbps lossless packet capture and processing along with deep on-board memory buffers and a high performance TX-DMA engine which operates on a Ring Buffer or in Scatter-gather Mode.

February 2013 - ANIC-40K3 - 4 X 10 GbE, PCIe Gen 3, FPGA based adapter - The market’s first FPGA based PCIe Gen 3 adapter achieves breakthrough performance with 40Gbps packet transfers across the PCIe bus with zero packet loss.

June 2011 - ANIC-40K - 4 X 10 GbE adapter - The ANIC-40K has been integrated into a wide variety of global OEM customer Appliances for applications ranging from Network Monitoring and Security to Deep Packet analysis and Inspection.

100% Packet Capture

At the core of all ANIC adapters is the FPGA based Advanced Packet Processor (APP) which features a high performance pipe-lined packet processing engine, a high performance DDR3 memory and PCIe DMA interface.

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Packet Slicing

The APP features a flexible approach for packet header slicing in applications that only need to process and forward a selected offset into the Ethernet Frame without need to process and forward packet payload data.

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Packet Merging

In applications where a single receive port is connected to an aggregation Tap, Mirror or SPAN port of a Switch, packets are time stamped in order of arrival, processed by the APP and forwarded to the Host CPU.

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Hash Based Flow Classification

The APP hash-based classifier generates a 24 bit hash key using the Layer 3/4  five-tuple (IP source address, UDP/TCP source port, IP destination address, UDP/TCP destination port, protocol id).

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Packet Filtering

At the core of all ANIC adapters is the FPGA based Advanced Packet Processor (APP) which features a high performance pipe-lined packet processing engine, a high performance DDR3 memory and PCIe DMA interface.

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Traffic Shaping

Traffic shaping is applied on traffic sources entering a network to ensure the traffic complies with a contract which may be enforced in the network.

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