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Intel Boosts NetStructure Product Line

Intel Corp. announced five new Intel NetStructure products. The products add intelligent caching and content-aware handling of Internet traffic and new management capabilities to Intel’s core family of e-business data center products.

The NetStructure 1520 supports up to 15 Mbps of data throughput and features the Inktomi Traffic Server engine. The NetStrucutre 7115 e-Commerce Accelerator boosts the speed of e-commerce by offloading the encryption and decryption of secure Internet transactions. The 7115 handles up to 600 secure connections per second and performs SSL processing.

The NetStructure 7185 e-Commerce Director combines security acceleration and content-aware traffic management to improve the speed of SSL transactions. The NetStructure 7145 Traffic Director helps enhance an online customer’s experience with improved responsiveness and reduced errors. It features Layer 4 traffic management.

Contact Intel, www.intel.com.

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