Intel® Ethernet Server Adapter I340 Product Family
Based on the new Intel® 82580 Gigabit Ethernet Controller, the Intel® Ethernet Server Adapter I340 is Intel’s fourth generation PCIe* GbE adapter. This adapter showcases the industry’s first fully integrated quad-port PCIe Gen2 GbE controller, providing a smaller footprint and lower power dissipation. In addition, the Intel® Ethernet Server Adapter I340 offers advanced features, including support for multi-core processors and server virtualization as well as a scalable PCI Express* Gen 2.0 interface.
Intel’s first eco-friendly halogen-free board combines low power and cost for the best price/performance ratio in a quad-port solution available today.
Product Features and Specifications
|Intel® Ethernet Server Adapter I340-T4||Intel® Ethernet Server Adapter I340-F4|
|Ethernet controller||Intel® 82580||Intel® 82580|
|Connector and cable||RJ-45 copper||Fiber optic|
up to 100 m
|MMF 62.5/50 μm
up to 275 m
|Slot type, maximum Bus speed & slot width||PCI Express* 2.0
5 GT/s lane x 4 lane
|PCI Express* 2.0
5 GT/s lane x 4 lane
|Ports||Quad port||Quad port|
|Supported slot height/s||Low profile and full height||Full height|
|Intel® Virtualization Technology (Intel® VT) for connectivity||On-chip QoS and traffic management, flexible port partitioning, Virtual Machine Device queues (VMDq), PCI-SIG* SR-IOV-capable||On-chip QoS and traffic management, flexible port partitioning, Virtual Machine Device queues (VMDq), PCI-SIG* SR-IOV-capable
|Storage over Ethernet||iSCSI, NFS||iSCSI, NFS|
|Intel® Ethernet power management||NA||NA|
|Product support page||Intel® Ethernet Server Adapter I340-T4||Intel® Ethernet Server Adapter I340-F4|
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