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Google may soon give greater prominence in its search results to websites that use encryption, a move that would indirectly make it more difficult for hackers or governments to track what people do on the internet.Link
p>Meanwhile, Cypress Semiconductor Corp., a significant player in the SRAM market, just introduced QDR-IV SRAMs in 144 and 72 megabit densities to support the RTRs required for 100 to 400 gigabit linecards in next-generation switches and routers. Sudhir Gopalswamy, senior director of Cypress’s SRAM business unit, says the bottleneck for reaching increased linecard rates is the processing of lookup tables, statistics, and state counters stored in memory, as well as scheduling functions.