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Submission + - Sun plans security coprocessor for new Ultrasparc (goodgearguide.com.au)

angry tapir writes: "At the Hot Chips conference at Stanford University, Sun presented plans for a security accelerator chip that it said would reduce encryption costs for applications such as VoIP calls and online banking Web sites. The coprocessor will be included on the same silicon as Rainbow Falls, the code name for the follow-on to Sun's multithreaded Ultrasparc T2 processor."
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Sun plans security coprocessor for new Ultrasparc

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