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VIA ACE-CNX Brings Effortless Data Encryption to NAS Systems

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VIA Technologies, Inc, a leading innovator of power efficient x86 processor platforms, today announced how it's working with Logitec to implement next-generation security encryption on its latest range of NAS products.

Logitec Inc, a leading designer, manufacturer and supplier of PC peripheral equipment and storage devices is one of the first companies to take advantage of the VIA ACE-CNX security service. VIA's team of security experts have worked closely with Logitec, implementing data encryption technologies that meet widely accepted international standards in an entirely seamless, fast and entirely unobtrusive end-user NAS experience.

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time to use that thing :rolleyes:

how old is Padlock? Looooooool

as long via doesn't release any linux drivers ( in source code please ) there won't be any benefit for any one else around as the atom beats all availible via cpu's
(and come on nano is stupid as it's not rarelly availible)
 

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Nano's AES performance is on par with Core 2 Quad / Core i7 processors.

 
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Nano's AES performance is on par with Core 2 Quad / Core i7 processors.

http://img.techpowerup.org/100511/Capture007.jpg
What kind of glitchy performance graph is that when 2x i5 650 outperforms heftier configurations four times :wtf:. Famous buggy Everest/AIDA?

"This is a LGA-1156 part based on the Clarkdale core, just like the rest of the Core i3 and dual-core Core i5 line. The chip runs at 2.80GHz, has no turbo support, no AES-NI, no VT-d, no Intel TXT and no Hyper Threading."
--http://www.anandtech.com/print/2972

The i7 650 is a quad core while the i5 650 is a hyperthreaded dual core (it looks like 4 cores in task manager, but exhibits lower performance). i5 650 has special AES instructions (accelerates security encryption/decryption), has integrated graphics (useless if using a discrete GPU) and worse memory performance.
Forget i found it. So they finally implement AES-NI i thought we'll wot see it until Sandy Bridge. Well in fact in real world we wont :D ... So intel decide to kill good performing VIA on their turf.
 
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