September 24, 2022

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The world first M.2 10 Gigabit network card is mass-produced and launched

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The world’s first M.2 10 Gigabit network card is mass-produced and launched: 10 times faster network speed

 

The world first M.2 10 Gigabit network card is mass-produced and launched: 10 times faster network speed.


Netizens have endless requirements for network speed. At present, computers are equipped with 1Gbe gigabit NICs as standard.

In recent years, 2.5Gbe NICs have also become popular, and 10Gbe 10G NICs have appeared on a few high-end platforms.

For those who wish to expand the network capabilities of their current equipment, Innodisk has launched the world’s first M.2 10 Gigabit Ethernet expansion card, 10 times faster than the current Gigabit Ethernet.

 

Innodisk is a company mainly engaged in industrial grade memory, flash memory and expansion cards.

The M.2 network card EGPL-T101 M.2 2280 10GbE LAN launched this time is the world’s first M.2 10 Gigabit Ethernet expansion solution.

To meet people’s demand for high-speed LAN solutions that increase speed and reduce size.

 

This 10 Gigabit LAN expansion card is the smallest 10GbE expansion solution with low latency and lowest power, it is also 10 times faster than Gigabit Ethernet, and has flexible integration and excellent integration with existing network infrastructure Compatibility, can be backward compatible.

 

The world’s first M.2 2280 10GbE network expansion card Features:

10X Speed ​​Performance: 10X the speed of current GbE for faster, lower latency data transfers.

Excellent compatibility: support 10/5/2.5/1Gbps and 100/10Mbps, with good backward compatibility.

Easy and flexible integration: RJ45 LAN port for 10GbE over existing Cat6/6A copper cabling.

Low power consumption: Improve efficiency by reducing power consumption without sacrificing performance.

 

 

Innodisk said the new M.2 10GbE network expansion card has been launched in mass production, but did not announce the price.

 

The world's first M.2 10 Gigabit network card is mass-produced and launched: 10 times faster network speed

 

 

 


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