Scalable Key/Value Search (KVS)

Algo-Logic's low-latency Key/Value Search (KVS) leverages FPGA logic to provide network operators with high-speed search with the lowest latency and power. KVS improves the effectiveness of distributed applications and lowers the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) for computer servers by providing:

  • 150 million searches per second (MSPS) per core, scalable to 600 MSPS with 4 cores per FPGA.
  • Latency of less than 1 microsecond which is ~45x less latency compared to software sockets.
  • Line-rate Ethernet speeds of 10G, 40G and 100Gigabits/second without dropping packets.
  • Power consumption rate of less than 0.52 µ-Joules/message which is ~21x less than sockets.
  • Table sizes ranging from 96k entries on-chip to 12M entries per core with off-chip DDR3.

Algo-Logic's GDN KVS is ideal for Internet Service Providers (ISPs), Hosting Service Providers (HSPs), datacenters, and virtualized cloud computing systems. It can greatly accelerate NoSQL databases and Memcached implementations.

To enable rapid deployment of the KVS system, Algo-Logic Systems will provide a hands-on KVS Tutorial at the upcoming IEEE Hot Interconnects Symposium to be held at the Google Campus on August 28th. To attend, register via the IEEE website.

Read the full press release.