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Hitachi and Cavium continue the innovation

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MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA–(Marketwire – October 7, 2009) – Cavium Networks (NASDAQ: CAVM), a leading provider of highly integrated semiconductor products that enable intelligent processing for networking, communications, storage, wireless, video and security applications, today announced that Hitachi, Ltd. has integrated the market-leading Cavium Networks’ NITROX PX Security Adapters in the recently introduced BladeSymphony® 320 Server family to deliver record crypto performance. Hitachi’s BladeSymphony® 320 is a leading-edge highly integrated blade server system used in data centers and enterprises for secure Internet applications.

“Cavium Networks’ NITROX Security Processor is the defacto standard for hardware acceleration of secure socket layer (SSL) processing. By combining the high performance of NITROX with our BladeSymphony® server load balancer blade, we can provide unprecedented security performance with extremely low-power to our customers,” said Akio Yamamoto, Division President, Enterprise Server Division, Hitachi, Ltd.

Check out this article talking about combining Cavium Networks Nitrox solution with Hitachi BladeSymphony (the Hitachi blade solution), in order to provide a load balancer blade, very, very cool. Being able to have a SSL or load balancing solution for your infrastructure whether it’s web or Citrix, brings extra opportunities for deployment and consolidation, I’m off to read up more.

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