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Intel® Ethernet Controller X540: Reference Design

Design: Details block diagram, external interfaces, support circuits, and power supply for the Intel® Ethernet Controller X540. (v.2.1, Nov. 2012)

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Intel® Ethernet Design Simulation Kit: Availability Notes

Covers the HSPICE*-based design simulation kit availability, facilitating board layout and design with regard to signal integrity for Intel® Ethernet.

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Intel® 82598 10 GbE Controller: Datasheet

Signal descriptions and pinout list, functional descriptions, system manageability, mechanical information. (v.3.3, Jun. 2014)

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Intel® 82598 Ethernet Controller Power Supply Design Clarification

Covers power supply sequencing and power on reset design clarifications for the Intel® 82598 10 GbE Ethernet Controller. (v.1, Dec. 2008)

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Intel® 82599 10 Gigabit Ethernet Controller: Product Brief

I/O virtualization capability, and unified networking, transforming data centers with reliability, scalability, and mobility. (v.2, Dec. 2011)

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Intel® 82599 10 Gigabit Ethernet Controller: Specification Update

Covers hardware sightings, clarifications, changes, updates, errata, and software clarifications. (v.3.2, Nov. 2014)

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Intel® 82599 SR-IOV Driver Companion Guide

Covers architecture, 10GbE controller SR-IOV support, mailbox communication system, virtual and physical function drivers. (v.1, May 2010)

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Intel® Ethernet X710 & XL710 Linux SR-IOV Config Guide: Tech Brief

Technical Brief: How to use Intel® Ethernet CNA X710 & XL710 Virtual Functions with Linux KVM on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 & 7. (v.1, Oct. 2014).

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Intel® Ethernet Gigabit Server Adapters

Intel® Ethernet Gigabit Server Adapters are available for virtualized, iSCSI unified networking environments.

Ethernet Controllers Assist I/O and Virtualization

Ethernet controllers with single-root I/O virtualization bypass CPU when moving data to and from a virtual machine dedicated for I/O.