Release Notes Change History
TLS data-path (Tx and Rx) offload allows the NIC to accelerate encryption, decryption, and authentication of AES-GCM (AES128-GCM, TLS v1.2).
NGINX with QUIC configuration support
Added QUIC transport protocol, explicitly designed to support multiplexed connections without depending on a single TCP connection.
Added Hardware Large Receive Offload (HW LRO) support:
Large receive offload (LRO) is a technique for increasing the inbound throughput of high-bandwidth network connections by aggregating multiple incoming TCP packets from a single stream into a larger buffer before they are passed higher up the networking stack.
Increased Concurrent Connections maintaining high-wire speed:
Supports vertical scaling, limited mainly by available RAM.
TX Flow: Zero Copy
Added support for zero-copy socket send flag MSG_ZEROCOPY with queueing completion notifications on the socket error queue.
TCP Acceleration (kernel bypass) for NGINX
Added TCP acceleration for NGINX high-performance HTTP server and reverse proxy adaptation.
uTLS – User Space TLS Offload
TLS hardware offload (Transport Layer Security) is a widely-deployed network protocol used for securing TCP connections on the Internet and accelerating TLS encryption.