November 13, 2012
Nov. 13 – Texas Instruments announced their new KeyStone multicore SoCs targeted at cloud computing applications. The new quad ARM Cortex-A15 MPCore processors in infrastructure-class embedded SoC offers developers exceptional capacity & performance at significantly reduced power for networking and high-performance computing applications.
A member of TI's Design Network, 6WIND’s 6WINDGate software supports TI's newest KeyStone-based multicore SoCs.
The 6WINDGate software provides a proven solution to the challenges of performance, scalability, software compatibility and time-to-market faced by developers of high-end networking equipment. 6WINDGate includes a full set of control plane modules, a high performance networking stack and a wide range of data plane protocols that have been specifically optimized to deliver maximum performance on TI’s KeyStone II-based multicore processors.
Source: Texas Instruments
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