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NetLogic Microsystems Announces New NETLite™ Processor Delivering Double the Performance and Density for Next-Generation High-Volume Entry-Level Enterprise Switches and Routers

NetLogic Microsystems, Inc. (NASDAQ:NETL), a leader in the design and development of knowledge-based processors and high-speed integrated circuits, today announced general availability of its NL33100 NETLite™ processor that delivers double the performance and IPv4/IPv6 database density compared to competitive solutions. NetLogic Microsystems’ new NETLite processors, which are designed with a seamless interface to the new generation of switches and network processors, enable a multitude of intelligent packet-based protocols at wire-speed on multi-Gigabit systems at lower power consumption and higher port density.

NetLogic Microsystems’ NETLite processor product line is targeted at cost-sensitive, high-volume applications such as entry-level switches, routers and access equipment. Through its collaboration with leading merchant switching and network processing silicon vendors, NetLogic Microsystems has optimized the new additions to its NETLite processor family to support the deployment of next-generation IP-converged networks including IPv6 routing, protocol tunneling, virtual private LAN services (VPLS), policy-based routing, per-flow VoIP management, and service provider bridging.

Original equipment manufacturers are increasingly looking to accelerate packet classification and forwarding in their systems as converged IP networks evolve to provide rich media services and as the next-generation networks migrate from IPv4 to complex IPv6 addressing. The NL33100 processor family’s superior processing performance uniquely addresses these requirements of next-generation networking equipment classification requirements, and is uniquely designed to achieve higher line-rate performance while at the same time increasing the database capacity by 2X for IPv6 databases.

“Our new NL33100 NETLite processor family is optimized to deliver the performance, cost point, feature-rich integration and low-power consumption required by customers to address the growing demand for performing forwarding and classification functions closer to the end user,” said Chris O’Reilly, vice president of marketing at NetLogic Microsystems. “By combining field-proven features with flexibility, scalability, proven interoperability and software support, we are meeting our customers’ demands for more functionality at lower system costs and faster time-to-market.”

The NL33100 processor is available today and is shipping in production quantities. For pricing or availability details, please contact

About NetLogic Microsystems

NetLogic Microsystems, Inc. (NASDAQ:NETL), a fabless semiconductor company headquartered in Mountain View, California, designs, develops and markets high-performance knowledge-based processors and high-speed integrated circuits that accelerate the delivery of voice, video, data and multimedia content for advanced enterprise, datacenter, communications and mobile wireless networks. NetLogic Microsystems’ products include high-performance knowledge-based processors, application-aware content processors, 10-Gigabit Ethernet interconnects and network search engines that are being deployed by Tier 1 original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in leading systems such as routers, switches, wireless infrastructure equipment, network security appliances, datacenter servers, network access equipment and network storage devices. NetLogic Microsystems' knowledge-based processors and content processors employ an advanced processor architecture and a large knowledge or signature database containing information on the network, as well as applications and content that run on the network, to make complex decisions about individual packets of information traveling through the network. NetLogic Microsystems’ products significantly enhance the performance and functionality of next-generation networks that are designed to deliver high-definition video delivery over the Internet (IPTV), media-rich content over advanced mobile wireless services, voice transmission over the Internet (VoIP) and network security applications. For more information about products offered by NetLogic Microsystems, call +1-650-961-6676 or visit the NetLogic Microsystems Web site at

NetLogic Microsystems, the NetLogic Microsystems logo and NETLite are trademarks of NetLogic Microsystems, Inc. All other trademarks are properties of their respective owners.

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