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Interface Masters Technologies New High-Performance I/O Modules for 10 to 100 Gigabit Ethernet Networking

September 12, 2018

SAN JOSE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sep 12, 2018--Interface Masters Technologies, an innovative networking leader, today announces a full-range of off-the-shelf customization options for its industry-leading Tahoe 8724 and Tahoe 8824 networking appliances.

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New Field-Replaceable I/O Modules for Tahoe 8724/8824 Appliances (Graphic: Business Wire)

Four field-upgradeable I/O modules are now available which add the following ports to both Tahoe 8724 (Cavium 7890 64-Bit MIPS based appliance) and Tahoe 8824 (Cavium ARM MIPS based appliance):

Eight ports of 10G SFP+, Two ports of 25G SFP28, Two ports of 40G QSFP+ and A double-wide featuring 4 ports of 100G QSFP28 + 24 ports of 1/10G SFP+

These Cavium ARM and MIPS processor-based embedded networking appliances and I/O modules enable Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) to rapidly deliver high-performance, highly-flexible solutions to the network security appliance, Network Function Virtualization (NFV), Software Defined Networks (SDN), SSL/IPSec offload processing, 3G / 4G / LTE gateways, Unified Threat Management (UTM), Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS), Intrusion Prevention System (IPS), Data Loss Prevention (DLP), WAN optimization, Application Delivery Controllers (ADC), wireless controllers and load balancers markets.

“Interface Masters Technologies is an embedded appliance innovation and technology leader. Tahoe 8724 and Tahoe 8824 enable rapid time-to-market, industry-leading performance, and operational cost efficiency,” said Brian Shannon, VP Product Management. “We are proud to offer these innovative new embedded appliances and I/O modules solutions to our OEM customers.”

Rapid Product Development

The TAHOE 8724/8824 appliance product family provides out-of-the-box support for the Cavium Software Development Kit (SDK) and for Linux-based multi-core MIPS and ARM processor environments. Support for Cavium SDK and additional built-in software and firmware enable rapid development and integration for next-generation networking products.

Interface Masters Technologies provides continuous support and enhancement for the life of the product as new revisions of the operating system and patches are released. In addition, Interface Masters provides specialized engineering services to meet OEMs’ customization requirements in weeks, rather than months.

Additional Resources

TAHOE 8824 1U Networking Appliance Datasheet

TAHOE 8724 1U Networking Appliance Datasheet

8 x 1/10GbE I/O Module Datasheet

2 x 10/25GbE I/O Module Datasheet

2 x 10/40GbE I/O Module Datasheet

4 x 100G & 24 x1/10G I/O Module Datasheet

About Interface Masters Technologies

Interface Masters Technologies has for over 20 years been providing off-the-shelf innovative networking solutions with customization services to OEMs, Fortune 100 and startup companies. We are headquartered in San Jose, California in the heart of Silicon Valley where we proudly design and manufacture all of our products. Based on MIPS, ARM, PowerPC and x86 processors, Interface Masters appliance models enable OEMs to significantly reduce time-to-market with reliable, pre-tested and pre-integrated appliance solutions that can meet the most challenging networking requirements. Visit the company at www.interfacemasters.com

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CONTACT: Interface Masters Technologies

Stephanie Mannucci

Sales and Marketing Manager

stephaniey@interfacemasters.com

KEYWORD: UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA CALIFORNIA

INDUSTRY KEYWORD: TECHNOLOGY DATA MANAGEMENT HARDWARE INTERNET NETWORKS SOFTWARE SEMICONDUCTOR

SOURCE: Interface Masters Technologies

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