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INTEL l Ethernet Network Adapter E810-XXVDA2 - Network adapter - PCIe 4.0 x8 low profile - 10/25 Gigabit SFP28 x 2

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INTEL l Ethernet Network Adapter E810-XXVDA2 - Network adapter - PCIe 4.0 x8 low profile - 10/25 Gigabit SFP28 x 2 (E810XXVDA2)

INTEL l Ethernet Network Adapter E810-XXVDA2 - Network adapter - PCIe 4.0 x8 low profile - 10/25 Gigabit SFP28 x 2

Product number:
E810XXVDA2
EAN:
5032037175074
  • Host Interface PCI Express
  • Interface Fiber
  • Speed 25Gbps
  • Ports 2
  • PCI V. 4.0
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Description

iWARP/RDMA
iWARP delivers converged, low-latency fabric services to data centers through Remote Direct Memory Access (RDMA) over Ethernet. The key iWARP components that deliver low-latency are Kernel Bypass, Direct Data Placement, and Transport Acceleration.

Intel® Data Direct I/O Technology
Intel® Data Direct I/O Technology is a platform technology that improves I/O data processing efficiency for data delivery and data consumption from I/O devices. With Intel DDIO, Intel® Server Adapters and controllers talk directly to the processor cache without a detour via system memory, reducing latency, increasing system I/O bandwidth, and reducing power consumption.

PCI-SIG* SR-IOV Capable
Single-Root I/O Virtualization (SR-IOV) involves natively (directly) sharing a single I/O resource between multiple virtual machines. SR-IOV provides a mechanism by which a Single Root Function (for example a single Ethernet Port) can appear to be multiple separate physical devices.

Flexible Port Partitioning
Flexible Port Partitioning (FPP) technology utilizes industry standard PCI SIG SR-IOV to efficiently divide your physical Ethernet device into multiple virtual devices, providing Quality of Service by ensuring each process is assigned to a Virtual Function and is provided a fair share of the bandwidth.

Virtual Machine Device Queues (VMDq)
Virtual Machine Device Queues (VMDq) is a technology designed to offload some of the switching done in the VMM (Virtual Machine Monitor) to networking hardware specifically designed for this function. VMDq drastically reduces overhead associated with I/O switching in the VMM which greatly improves throughput and overall system performance

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