The new Intel® PAC can now run Napatech firmware. Michael Lilja explores Intel's OPAE framework and takes a closer look at the PAC hardware and Napatech value-add.
When you stop to think about it, the entire IT industry is driven by the premise that Moore’s law will continue to provide double the number of transistors per square inch every 18 months and thereby help us to keep up with the relentless growth in data to be processed. What happens when this is no longer true?
In continuation of his previous blog on the history, vision and challenges of NFV, Daniel Proch now moves on to discuss the solutions that are required to overcome those challenges.
This article is a first of a two-part series, where Danny Proch, VP of Product Management at Napatech, will be outlining the history of the NFV concept, and the challenges in realizing the vision, specifically in the context of 5G networks.
Combining product development with ongoing maintenance can offer a series of challenges from an organizational perspective. In his latest blog, Project & Business Process Manager Ulrik Møller looks at the typical setups, and weighs the pros and cons of each model.
On this episode of IoT Time Podcast, Ken Briodagh, editorial director at IoT Evolution (iotevolutionworld.com), sits down with Danny Proch, VP, Product Management, Napatech (napatech.com), to talk about the intersection of IoT and SD-WAN, or what Ken decides to coin "SD-IoT."
Peter Sanders, VP Field Applications Engineering at Napatech, talks about the importance and benefits of continuous packet capture for network security.
In his latest article, Claus Ek delves into his expertise on hardware to throw light on some of the requirements that need addressing to make a successful high-volume use case for FPGA-based reconfigurable computing platforms.
The final in the 3-part series of articles by Dan Joe, where he explores the various stages of reconfigurable computing.
Today virtual switches like OVS and VPP implement ACL in SW. ACL is a run-through-all-until-match rule matcher and is therefore more expensive than a simple hash based lookup mechanism. ACL HW acceleration can make a huge difference for performance.