04 June 2009

Designing Application-Aware Networking Equipment with the PowerQUICC III MPC8572E

Freescale's PowerQUICC families of processors have long established themselves as the premier communications processors in the market, widely used in a variety of numerous networking devices including switches, routers and network security equipment. The MPC8572E, the first PowerQUICC III processor with an integrated pattern matcher, is specifically designed to satisfy additional application-aware requirements of high performance networking devices. This white paper describes how high performance, cost effective application-aware networking equipment can
be designed with the MPC8572E.

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Freescale Semiconductor

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