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TransGaming Technologies Launches New Face: Aclerex
US-based Interphase (www.interphase.com) has introduced two network security co-processor boards: the 55NS PCI Network Security Co-Processor and the 45NS PMC Network Security Co-Processor. Both pieces of hardware support both IPSec and SSL acceleration, along with LZS and MPPC compression; AES, DES, 3DES, and ARC4 encryption; SHA-1 and MD5 authentication; and RSA and DH encryption with key lengths available up to 2048 bits.
These products free your CPU to run servers and more while the card handles the important duty of analzing packets and their headers as they travel in and out, data compression, encryption, authentication, and more. With today's growing need for network and host security, any product that makes it easier to protect your data is worth looking into, and taking the burden off your already overworked servers can't hurt either.
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