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What does SCOMP stand for?

SCOMP stands for Secure Communications Processor

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  • Information technology (IT) and computers

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Featuring two high performance Cavium OCTEON[TM] Plus 16-core CN5860 multi-core Secure Communications Processors (SCPs) operating at up to 750MHz, the AT2-5800 enables data and control plane services in the same form factor, providing efficient packet processing as well as significant performance and cost advantages.
At the heart of the WANic 3850 is a Cavium OCTEON[TM] 12-core 500 MHz CN3850-SCP Secure Communications Processor, while the WANic 3860 features a Cavium OCTEON 16-core 500MHz CN-3860-NSP Network Services processor, enabling secure high speed connectivity and complex security processing for content-aware applications - such as the ability to examine packets at layers 2 - 7 - with wire speed performance.