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Intel E1G44ET Gigabit Ethernet Quad Port Server Adapter/Network adapter - PCI Express OEM
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Product Overview
The Intel® Gigabit ET and EF Multi-Port Server Adapters are Intel's third generation of PCIe GbE network adapters. Built with the Intel® 82576 Gigabit Ethernet Controller, these new adapters showcase the next evolution in GbE networking features for the enterprise network and data center. These features include support for multi-core processors and optimization for server virtualization.
Intel® 82576 Gigabit Ethernet Controller
Industry-leading, energy-efficient design for next-generation Gigabit performance and multi-core processors

Enables higher bandwidth and throughput from standard and low-profile PCI Express* slots and servers

iSCSI remote boot support
Provides centralized storage area network (SAN) management at a lower cost than competing iSCSI solutions

Load balancing on multiple CPUs
Increases performance on multi-processor systems by efficiently balancing network loads across CPU cores when used with Receive-Side Scaling from Microsoft or Scalable I/O on Linux*

Compatible with x4, x8, and x16 standard and low-profile PCI Express* slots
Allows each port to operate without interfering with the other

Multi-port design
Enables dual- or quad-port operation in almost any PCI Express server slot, except x1 slots

Support for most network operating systems (NOS)
Enables widespread deployment

Compliant with the European Union directive 2002/95/EC to reduce the use of hazardous materials

Intel® PROSet Utility for Microsoft Windows* Device Manager
Provides point-and-click management of individual adapters, advanced adapter features, connection teaming, and virtual local area network (VLAN) configuration
Technical Specification

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36 months
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
1 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
0870 607 2439
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Customer Reviews
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent 4 port Gigabit NIC for the price! I bought one of these to use in my ESXi server, and it worked great. When I needed another NIC for some testing I was doing using an older PC I decided to buy another one of these and replace the existing single port NICs that were already in it. It replaced the other cards without any issues (CentOS 6), and worked great for my tests where I was loading the network at line speed. As an OEM product, it arrived in a transparent plastic blister pack, wrapped up in bubble wrap - but then I didn't need anything else (Intel drivers readily available online if not already included in the OS). 01 December 2015
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