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For Immediate Release:

Accolade Technology to Exhibit at Interop Las Vegas, May 8-10, 2012

 

Mansfield, MA, April 16, 2012 – Accolade Technology, a leading manufacturer of state of the art packet processing adapters today announced that it will be showcasing its growing line of advanced, high density FPGA based packet capture, processing and offload adapters at the Interop, Las Vegas Expo May 8-10, 2012.

Accolade will be featured in Interop’s Innovator’s Pavilion booth # 2203-1, highlighting its full breadth of multi-port 1 GigE, 10 GigE and 40 GigE programmable PCIE adapters. Accolade’s ANIC series of adapters offer line-rate packet capture at 40 Gbps while featuring Advanced Packet Processing for Host CPU offload. Accolade’s products are widely deployed by its OEM customers in Network Monitoring and Security (IPS, IDS, DPI, Network Forensics) appliances.

“After achieving significant growth during 2011 Accolade is pleased to be returning to Interop in 2012,” said Robbie Dhillon, CEO. “Accolade is well positioned for continued expansion through its strategy of leveraging innovative products for its diverse and expanding OEM customer base.”

Driving the adoption of technology, Interop Las Vegas provides a forum for the most current and powerful solutions the Internet Technology industry has to offer.

About Accolade Technology
Based in Massachusetts, Accolade Technology is the technology leader in the FPGA based Application Acceleration Adapter/NIC market. Accolade’s ANIC series of advanced Adapters are optimized to offload multi-core host CPUs in a variety of target applications including network monitoring, network/cyber security, (IPS, IDS, DPI, DDoS, Network Forensics) network test, latency measurement and video monitoring.

Accolade’s NICs offer lossless packet capture at Line Rate, the richest acceleration feature sets at the best value per GigE port in the 1 GigE to 100 GigE performance spectrum.

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Accolade to Exhibit at Interop Las Vegas 2012

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