Brief: Low-profile Intel® Ethernet Converged Network Adapter X520-QDA1 offers flexibility, scalability in virtual and network appliance environments.
Brief: The low-profile, QSFP+ 4 x 10 GbE Intel® Ethernet Converged Network Adapter X520-QDA1 offers flexibility and scalability in virtual and network appliance environments, allowing a move to 40 GbE to meet high-bandwidth application requirements.
Continuing network traffic at a single failure point, the Intel® Ethernet Server Bypass Adapter X520/X540 delivers 10GbE business continuity.
Removing a single point of failure and continuing network traffic, the Intel® Ethernet Server Bypass Adapter X520/X540 delivers 10GbE performance, business continuity, reliability, and flexibility.
The 10Gb iWARP-enabled NetEffect™ Ethernet Server Cluster Adapters provide clustering performance for high performance computing applications on standards based Ethernet fabrics.
The 10Gb iWARP-enabled NetEffect™ Ethernet Server Cluster Adapter product family provides unequaled clustering performance for high-performance computing applications on standards-based Ethernet fabrics.
Brief: See benefits of a 10 GbE Intel® Ethernet solution that offers speed, manageability, and virtualization support for increased network demands.
Brief: Discover the benefits of a 10 GbE Intel® Ethernet solution that enables data centers to prepare for future data growth and boost data center agility, while providing better virtualization support for increased network demands.
Intel® Ethernet Gigabit Server Adapters are available for virtualized, iSCSI unified networking environments.
Intel® Ethernet Gigabit Server Adapters introduce new levels of performance through enhancements for both virtualized and iSCSI unified networking environments. The broad product portfolio supports both copper and fiber networks.
Ethernet controllers with single-root I/O virtualization bypass CPU when moving data to and from a virtual machine dedicated for I/O.
Intel’s Patrick Kutch discusses Ethernet controllers, focusing on how single-root I/O virtualization bypasses the central processing unit when moving data to and from a virtual machine dedicated for I/O.Full View >
Shows how accelerating Ethernet with iWARP technology works by managing RDMA network connections, eliminating queues and network related interrupts.