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NEXCOM Uplifts Networks with 5th Gen Intel Xeon

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Unlock next-level network performance with NEXCOM’s NSA 7160R. 5th Gen Intel Xeon power meets AI & cybersecurity features for unmatched speed, efficiency, and scalability.

NEXCOM, a leading supplier of network appliances, proudly unveils the NSA 7160R, the latest addition to its high-performance cybersecurity and networking product line. Powered by the revolutionary 5th Gen Intel Xeon scalable processor family and equipped with advanced technologies for security and AI application, this cutting-edge appliance guarantees unmatched performance and efficiency. It ensures a robust defense against cyber threats.

The NSA 7160R excels with increased DDR bandwidth up to 5600 MT/s and a larger LLC, delivering enhanced performance and reduced latency for networking workloads. Its built-in accelerators make it a core solution for managing growing processing workloads. With CXL 1.1 support, the NSA 7160R harnesses the power of coherent interconnectivity, critical for performance-intensive workloads like AI, machine learning, and analytics.

Designed in a 2U server form factor, it offers exceptional expandability, featuring eight PCIe Gen5 extension slots for scalable configurations. This adaptability allows your network to evolve seamlessly alongside your business needs, making it an ideal choice for diverse applications, including 5G Core, content delivery networks, load balancing, AI tasks, cybersecurity, video edge, and virtualized environments.

“NEXCOM is proud to be among the first companies to introduce the 5th Gen Intel Xeon platform to the market,” said Allan Chiu, VP of Network & Communication Solutions at NEXCOM. “We are launching our new flagship product that offers our customers unmatched performance, advanced security features, and unparalleled scalability. With our productive collaboration and incorporation of the latest Intel technologies, NEXCOM continues to lead the industry, delivering unprecedented performance to the network sector.”

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