|Enhanced from the current highly-praised version, PLANET has released a brand-new version of the 10Gbps SFP+ PCI Express Server Adapter – the ENW-9801 version 2. The new version of the ENW-9801 is upgraded with PCI Express rev. 2.0 specification x4 interface and other advanced features as follows:
■ Smaller and Compact in design
■ Flexible 10G SFP+ Module Installation
■ Low Profile Bracket
|The Server Level Adapter to Expand Networking Environments
The ENW-9801 is a PCI Express 10Gbps Ethernet Adapter designed to meet high-performance system application requirements. With the innovative PCI Express Bus Architecture, the ENW-9801 provides superior performance than the network cards based on 32/64bit PCI architecture. It provides the best solution to one of the major issues of Server Farm Networks — communication speed. Ten times faster than the existing 1000Base-SX/LX fiber solutions, PLANET ENW-9801 is designed to connect your servers and workstations, guaranteeing extremely high throughput and excellent signal quality.
Moreover, the ENW-9801 supports IEEE 802.1Q VLAN which allows it to operate in a flexible and secure network environment. With 16K Jumbo Frame ability and IEEE 802.3 Flow Control support, it further optimizes throughput and wire-speed packet transfer performance without risk of packet loss. The high data throughput of the device makes it ideal for most 10 Gigabit Ethernet environments.
|10 Gigabit Performance Boosts Network Traffic
The ENW-9801 is an optimal solution to Ethernet applications by providing low-power budgets and small form factor. It offers simple integration into any PCI Express x4 server slot via one SFP+ slot. The onboard controller featured on the ENW-9801 integrates embedded technology and a 10GbE MAC into a single chip that offers up to 10Gbps of network throughput. PLANET Network solution greatly reduces the TCP/IP packet processing tasks of the server’s CPU by performing enhanced data-handling algorithms, thereby providing nearly 10Gb line speed performance with the simplicity of a conventional Network Interface Card (NIC).