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Dual Port Fiber 40G Ethernet PCI Express Server Adapter with Intel® XL710-BM2
  • 1 x Intel® Ethernet Controller XL710-BM2
  • 2 x 40GbE QSFP+ ports
  • Supports 40GBASE-SR and 40GBASE-LR (TBD) transceivers
  • PCIe gen. 3 x8 host interface
  • Supports SR-IOV based virtualization
  • Advanced virtualization and network overlay support
  • Low profile and full height form factors
Advantech’s PCIE-2320 is a low-profile dual port 40GbE Ethernet PCI Express server adapter based on the Intel® Ethernet Controller XL710-BM2. By supporting a PCI Express gen. 3 x8 host interface, this adapter provides sufficient bandwidth for line rate traffic on all two 40GbE ports. Dual QSFP ports can be configured to support a variety of optical transceivers such as 40GBASE-SR and 40GBASE-LR (TBD) optical modules as well as direct attach cables. Improved support for virtualization, including VMDq, SR-IOV and VEB make the PCIE-2320 a perfect fit for virtualized environments and applications with network overlays. Packet filtering, load balancing and protocol offload capabilities further enhance efficiency by saving valuable processing time on the host.

PCIE-2320 is an ideal network interface solution for multi-tenant environments, Network Function Virtualization as well as networking applications such as WAN optimization and cyber security.

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