NetLogic Microsystems Inc. said on Monday it has launched new availability of NETLite Processor that enables a multitude of intelligent packet-based protocols at wire-speed on multi-Gigabit systems at lower power consumption and higher port density.

It introduces its new NL33100 NETLite processor that delivers twice as the performance and an IPv4/IPv6 database density design for the next-generation high-volume entry-level enterprise switches and routers

“Our new NL33100 NETLite processor family is optimized to deliver the performance, cost point, feature-rich integration and low-power consumption required by customers to address the growing demand for performing forwarding and classification functions closer to the end user,” said Chris O’Reilly, vice president of marketing at NetLogic Microsystems.

Recently, San Francisco-based company, announced its support for Netronome’s Network Flow Processors(NFP)-32xx and RMI’s Superscalar Multi-core XLP Processor Family, as it plan to expand its partnership to increase security and content inspection performance and scalability for high-performance networking, communications, security and storage applications.

It also posted its first quarter net loss of $3.9 million or $0.18 per share compared with net income of $1.1 million or $0.05 per share in a year earlier. And revenue were down to $30.4 million $30.9 million in the same period a year ago.