Chip giant Intel has launched a range of communcation products and services aimed at speeding up ecommerce transactions.
The Netstructure range includes an internet caching appliance for faster access to heavily requested web pages, ecommerce load balancing equipment, and security authentication accelerators that speed up online user identification checks.
Intel said the products are designed to improve ecommerce by allowing faster online connections, security authentication and server response time.
John Miner, vice president and general manager of Intel's communications products division, said the Netstructure range can improve a company's existing network and server environment by up to 150 times.
The products can also increase server responsiveness and reliability by acting as "traffic cops" that can both intelligently assign data and identify - and avoid - server errors and downtime, said Miner.
The Netstructure range will be available in April.
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