|By Business Wire||
|September 2, 2014 05:01 AM EDT||
The Embedded Microprocessor Benchmark Consortium (EEMBC) today announced that Tabula, Inc., a leader in programmable devices for high-performance packet processing applications, has joined the consortium’s working group for developing benchmarks targeting networking applications. Tabula’s membership in EEMBC will allow the company to utilize these benchmarks, as well as serve as content experts in resolving the technical challenges of creating new networking benchmarks.
EEMBC was formed in 1997 to develop meaningful performance benchmarks for the hardware and software used in embedded systems. EEMBC benchmarks help ensure predictable performance of embedded processors and systems in a range of applications and disciplines. In addition to the benchmarks currently in development, EEMBC’s networking benchmark still stands as a standard test used by thousands of companies and universities worldwide.
“With Tabula’s experience in packet processing applications, the company will be a valuable asset to our networking benchmark working group,” said Markus Levy, EEMBC president. “Tabula will help us solve the challenges of developing an unbiased, industry-standard benchmark that examines important functions such as deep-packet-inspection (DPI) throughput and open data-plane processing.”
“New content has greatly expanded the bandwidth requirements to handle the unparalleled amount of digital information. This situation has created an urgent need for new chip architectures to keep pace, and in turn, new benchmarks are needed to measure the capabilities of these new chips,” said Marc Miller, Tabula’s senior director of Marketing. “As a new member of EEMBC, we are very impressed with the methodology that this benchmark organization has developed and maintained. We look forward to contributing our resources to help ensure the continued development and evolution of next-generation networking benchmarks. Our customers will value the outcome of this effort when making decisions about new system designs optimized for secure packet processing.”
EEMBC, the Embedded Microprocessor Benchmark Consortium, is a non-profit organization that develops industry-standard benchmarks to test embedded processors and systems such as smart phones and network firewall appliances. EEMBC’s benchmark development work is supported by yearly member dues and license fees. Further information is available at www.eembc.org.
EEMBC is a registered trademark of the Embedded Microprocessor Benchmark Consortium. All other trademarks appearing herein are the property of their respective owners. For more information, visit www.eembc.org.
Tabula is the industry’s most innovative programmable logic solutions provider, delivering breakthrough capabilities for today’s most challenging systems applications. The company's ABAX2 family of general-purpose 3D programmable logic devices (3PLDs) based on Tabula’s patented Spacetime architecture and supported by its Stylus compiler, sets a new benchmark for the capability of programmable devices at volume price points, enabling re-programmability not only in FPGA applications, but also in those historically served only by ASICs or ASSPs. Headquartered in Santa Clara, California, Tabula has over 130 employees, and has assembled a leadership team consisting of industry veterans and successful entrepreneurs. Tabula is backed by top-tier investors with a long-term view toward enduring market leadership. For more information, please visit the Tabula website at www.tabula.com.
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