303 Moodie Dr.,,
Nepean, Ontario K2H 9R4
Sarance Technologies is a leading supplier of ASIC and FPGA IP cores targeted at the packet processing space. The cores include Interlaken IP, classification and traffic management IP. Its solutions consist of very configurable, highly-FPGA-optimized portfolio of chip-to-chip interconnect focused on the Ethernet, Interlaken, and the Network Search Engine market segments. The companies said the Sarance IP is capable of scaling to 400G rates for bridging in an FPGA. Their IP along with Virtex FPGAs has allowed Xilinx to present optimized solutions to customers where many competitive alternatives require larger or non-optimized solutions that force compromises on features and performance.
Sarance Technologies was acquired by Xilinx on May 16, 2011.
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