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Intel® Ethernet Controller I350 DatasheetThe Intel® Ethernet Controller I350 is a single, compact, low power component that supports quad port and dual port gigabit Ethernet designs. The device offers four fully-integrated gigabit Ethernet media access control (MAC), physical layer (PHY) ports and four SGMII/SerDes ports that can be connected to an external PHY. The Intel Ethernet Controller I350 supports PCI Express* (PCIe v2.1 (2.5GT/s and 5GT/s)).The device enables two-port or four port 1000BASE-T implementations using integrated PHY’s. It can be used for server system configurations such as rack mounted or pedestal servers, in an add-on NIC or LAN on Motherboard (LOM) design. Another possible system configuration is for blade servers. Here, the Intel Ethernet Controller I350 can support up to 4 SerDes ports as LOM or mezzanine card. It can also be used in embedded applications such as switch add-on cards and network appliances.This document provides the external architecture (including device operation, pin descriptions, register definitions, etc.) for the Intel Ethernet Controller I350. This document is a reference for software device driver developers, board designers, test engineers, and others who may need specific technical or programming information.Read the full Intel® Ethernet Controller I350 Datasheet.
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