IBM Intel Ethernet Dual Port Server Adapter I340 T2 for system X (49Y4230) For Sale

IBM Intel Ethernet Dual Port Server Adapter I340 T2 for system X (49Y4230)


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IBM Intel Ethernet Dual Port Server Adapter I340 T2 for system X (49Y4230):
$106

Product Features

In addition, these adapters offer advanced features, including support for multi-core processors and server virtualization, as well as a scalable PCI Express 2.0 interface. *Intel s first eco-friendly, halogen-free design combines low power use and low cost for one of the best price to performance ratios in a multi-port solution that is available today. *Based on the new Intel 82580 Gigabit Ethernet Controller, the Intel Ethernet Dual Port and Quad Port Server Adapters for IBM System x are Intel s fourth generation of PCI Express Gigabit Ethernet (PCIe GbE) adapters.

Description

The Intel Ethernet Dual port and Quad port server Adapters for IBM system x are Intel s fourth generation of PCI Express Gigabit Ethernet (PCIe GbE) adapters. These adapters showcase the industry s first fully integrated, multi-port PCIe 2.0 GbE controllers, providing a smaller footprint and lower power dissipation.
SKU:EDIB003M772K4

Specification

Model:49Y4230

Item Weight:0.55 pounds

Size:N/A

Item Dimensions:2.76x0.63x5.51 inches

UPC:883436092524



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