Mansfield, MA, February 10, 2015 – Accolade Technology, the technology leader in advanced application acceleration Network NICs/Adapters for Network Monitoring, Cyber Security, Mobile Carrier QOS, Test and Measurement applications today announced it will be showcasing the market’s first Dual 100 GigE NIC, the ANIC-200K, at Mobile World Congress 2015 | The Edge of Innovation. Mobile World Congress is the mobile industry’s largest exhibition, conference and networking event in the world.
Accolade will be featuring its full line of FPGA based ANIC Series products that offer line rate packet capture, packet filtering, slicing, flow classification, deduplication, de-tunneling, load balancing and much more.
In Telecom/Mobile Carrier QOS Applications Accolade’s NICs perform mission critical traffic monitoring, packet capture and analysis in real-time as well as latency measurement among other acceleration functions across the entire span of the Carrier Network.
“With the explosive growth in Global Mobile data applications Accolade’s European Carrier Customers need to ensure they can monetize growing investments in network infrastructure while delivering exceptional value to their subscriber base. Accolade’s participation in Mobile World Congress 2015 offers our Carrier partners insight into Accolade’s next generation, industry leading application acceleration NICs in order for them to stay one step ahead of the market,” said Robbie Dhillon, CEO of Accolade Technology.
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.