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Accolade 3rd-gen, dual-port, 100G PCIe Packet Capture Adapter employs UltraScale FPGAs to classify 32M unique flows at once

by Xilinx Employee ‎10-17-2016 01:03 PM - edited ‎10-17-2016 01:17 PM (42,957 Views)


Accolade’s 3rd-gen, dual-port, 100G ANIC-200Ku PCIe Lossless Packet Capture Adapter can classify packets in 32 million flows simultaneously—enabled by Xilinx UltraScale FPGAs—while dissipating a mere 50W. The board features two CFP4 optical adapter cages and can time-stamp packets with 4nsec precision. You can directly link two ANIC-200Ku Packet Capture Adapters with a direct-attach cable to handle lossless, aggregated traffic flows at 200Gbps.


Applications for the adapter include:


  • Passive and Inline Network Monitoring
  • Network Security and Forensics
  • In-Line Deep Packet Inspection (DPI)
  • Network Test and Measurement
  • Network Probes
  • Video Stream Monitoring
  • High Frequency Trading (HFT)
  • Application Performance Monitoring (APM)
  • High Performance Computing (HPC)



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Accolade’s 3rd-gen, dual-port, 100G ANIC-200Ku PCIe Lossless Packet Capture Adapter

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