Buy vs. Build Advanced Packet Capture for OEM Network Monitoring and Security Applications

Accelerate Time to Market

Speed Up Time to MarketMany Network Monitoring and Security appliance vendors reach a point where real-time packet capture and processing becomes a challenge for their applications. These obstacles prevent security appliances from performing mission critical functions such as Intrusion Detection and Prevention in order to safeguard valuable enterprise infrastructure data from breaches. A cost effective way to achieve the required network security application performance is for a product manager to consider offloading real-time packet capture and certain CPU intensive software data abstraction functions to hardware. The question is whether to buy or build this solution.

Learn how Accolade’s advanced packet capture and processing feature sets can substantially accelerate time to market and allow you to focus on unique, value-add software innovation.


About Accolade

Accolade is the technology leader in FPGA-based Host CPU Offload and 100% Packet Capture PCIe NIC’s and Scalable 1U Platforms. Accolade’s line of 1-100GE products enable 100% packet capture, flow classification, deduplication, packet filtering and more. Our customers are global leaders in network monitoring & cybersecurity applications as well as in the network test and measurement, telecom and video stream monitoring markets.

FPGA Acceleration Features

100% Packet Capture | Flow Classification | Precise Time Stamping | Packet Merging | Packet Slicing | Packet Parsing | Packet Filtering | Deduplication | Host Packet Buffer | Packet Steering | Direct Memory Access (DMA) | Statistics (RMON1)

Free Product Evaluation

Resolve all your host CPU offload bottlenecks. Share Your Technical Requirements with our FPGA and software experts to tailor the optimal solution. Accolade offers a 60 day free product evaluation for qualified customers to fully test and evaluate our products.

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