Intel® C626 PCH Intel® QAT for Crypto and Compression, Acceleration up to 100Gbps
AEWIN is ready to accelerates cryptography and compression workloads with latest Intel® QuickAssist
Technology enabled adaptor. Powered by Intel C626 and C627 chipset, AEWIN OT001 and OT002 are
designed to offer hardware acceleration in compute intensive tasks, such as encryption and compression
workloads, freeing up CPU for additional tasks. Utilizing the widely supported QuickAssist API, these adaptors can enable additional layer of security
through a variety of cryptographic algorithms, such as RSA, AES, and KASUMI. OT001 and OT002 provides
up to 50Gbps and 100Gbps throughput in AES128 respectively, and up to 197k and 472k ops/sec in RSA.
Additionally, they can be used to compress data to free up congested network bandwidth, or reduce storage
requirements. AEWIN’s new QAT adaptors are standard half-height, half-length PCIe form factor with PCIe Gen 3 x8
connection to the host. Optionally equipped with 4x 10GbE SFP+ LAN ports, it extends the security and
connectivity of your system. Please contact AEWIN sales representatives and see how to integrate QAT into
your AEWIN servers.
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