November 22, 2011
SANTA CLARA, Calif., Nov. 22 -- Intilop, Inc. a pioneer and a recognized leader in providing complex ultra-low-latency networking building blocks and systems, today announced that during a live demo in a recent Low Latency summit in NYC., Intilop observed tremendous interest for their Industry leading ultra low latency 10G Nano-TOE series of TCP Offload Engine IP products with fully integrated PCIe/DMA total system solutions.
This interest was across the board within the Financial industry, including major financial institutions, major banks, major exchanges, hedge funds, market makers, Appliance OEMs, Trading software application developers (ISVs) and Trading network hardware acceleration developer consultants.
These Financial industry players showed a keen interest in Intilop's cutting edge series of 10G Nano-TOE products, which implement full hardware TCP protocol offload achieving a remarkable latency benchmark of close to 100 nanoseconds. The highly deterministic, reliable and proven ultra-low latency offered by the 10G Nano-TOE can be effectively applied to gain wire-speed competitive edge inside the order execution management systems. Similarly, it can also be applied to order-flow matching engines, pre-trade modeling, post-trade surveillance, trade-time risk mitigation, complex event processing algorithms, regulatory compliance and 'Big-Data' traffic pattern recognition systems to achieve up to 10 - 15 x performance boost which in turn translates into enormous return on financial institution's capital investment.
Moreover, market volume and volatility has tremendously increased over time, it has resulted in traffic spikes or micro bursts that have increased network latencies due to queuing. To address these challenges, the Intilop's proven ultra-low latency 10G Nano-TOE and EMAC are being utilized by the leading developers/vendors in their very high speed Trading Appliances. These appliances are reliably delivering total system 'wire-to-wire' measured latency of well under a microsecond. This remarkable feat has allowed the financial industry to coin a new phrase called: "the nanosecond trading revolution".
Another industry first for Intilop's 10G Nano-TOE and EMAC in the High Frequency Trading (HFT) and High Performance Computing (HPC) areas, is enabling execution of millions of FIX protocol and other financial protocol transactions per second.
In addition, it offers unprecedented TCP throughput of more than 95% on a 10G network, which is 8 - 12 x more as compared to TCP/IP software running network traffic.
The TOE's Patent pending architecture is highly scalable, customizable and adaptable without compromising the low latency and performance. Intilop's product-line solutions are available in flexible FPGA/ASIC/SoC technologies which can easily accommodate diverse set of appliance maker's technical design specifications.
About Intilop Corporation
Intilop Corporation is a developer and pioneer in advanced networking silicon IP and system solutions, custom hardware solutions, SoC/ASIC/FPGA integrator and total system solutions provider for Networking, Network Security, storage and Embedded Systems. They offer silicon proven semiconductor IPs with comprehensive hardware and software solutions. Visit the company website at: www.intilop.com.
Source: Intilop Corporation
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