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Thecus Introduces 10Gb Ethernet PCI-e Adapter

Category: Networking
Posted: August 21, 2010 09:45AM
Author: Nemo


File sizes aren't getting smaller, especially with all the multimedia files being created today. Thecus Technology has just announced the C10GT 10Gb Ethernet PCI-e adapter to allow users to take advantage of enhanced speeds offered by the 10Gb Ethernet standard.

The C10GT comes equipped with an enterprise-class Tehuti Luxor TN3020-D processor and delivers efficient high-bandwidth access to server and storage applications via its dual cable interface, which features one CX4 port and one SFP+ port – perfect for accommodating both copper and fiber optic cabling.

The C10GT is compatible with various standards including IEEE 802.3ae, IEEE 802.3ak, and IEEE 802.1q and supports Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Linux operating systems. The adapter can be installed in both PCI Express x4 and x8 slots, and can even be used to upgrade some Thecus NAS devices to 10Gb Ethernet capability including the N7700 and N8800 series units.



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Locutus on August 21, 2010 03:57PM
Hopefully this one won't cost 300 dollars. XD
Waco on August 22, 2010 02:45PM
People aren't going to really adopt this until the cost of switches drops...last I checked it cost a small fortune for a 16 port 10 Gb switch. :P
anthony on August 22, 2010 08:05PM
A month ago 10GbE cards were in the 1K range- I don't know how much these cards cost, but other mfgs have offerings in the 400 range. Though, def, we wont see any wide spread adoption until switches fall. I for one can't wait :D

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