Intel Ethernet Controller X550-AT2 Dual 10GB RJ45 PCIe Card
Intel continues its legacy of Ethernet leadership by introducing the next generation 10 Gb/s family of silicon to support the growing 10GBASE-T ecosystem.
The Intel® Ethernet Controller X550 family is the low cost single-chip 10GBASE-T controller of choice to broadly deploy 10 GbE in platform designs. Now with support for LAN, FCoE, and iSCSI traffic with added support for VXLAN and NVGRE - 10GBASE-T is the most flexible connectivity for all of your networking requirements. Innovation continues with Intel’s second generation integrated 10GBASE-T MAC+PHY, which drives down both cost and power enabling the most cost effective deployment of 10 GbE in the data center. With 10GBASE-T, migration to 10 GbE is dramatically simplified with backward compatibility with your existing GbE network infrastructure.
Features • Reliable and proven 10 GbE technology from Intel® Corporation.
• Intel’s second generation, single and dual-port 10GBASE-T controller with integrated MAC and PHY.
• 10GBASE-T, 1000BASE-T and 100BASE-TX modes.
• Supports NBASE-T* technology (2.5 and 5.0 GbE over CAT 5e.
• IEEE 802.3az Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE)1.
• PCI Express* (PCIe*) v 3.0 with up to 8.0 GT/s.
• Unified networking delivering LAN, iSCSI and FCoE over 10GBASE-T. Network virtualization stateless offload: VXLAN and NVGRE.
• Intel® Ethernet Flow Director for hardware-based application traffic steering.
• Data Center Bridging (DCB) with FCoE stateless offloads.
• Flexible I/O virtualization for port partitioning and Quality of Service (QoS) of up to 128 virtual ports.
• Integrated IPsec security engines.
• Secure NVM update support.
• Jumbo frames of up to 15.5 KB.
• 11 W maximum power.
• SMBus and NC-SI interfaces with OS2BMC, Management Component Transport Protocol (MCTP) and Wake on LAN (WoL) support.
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Date Issued: 26th Oct 2006
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