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Unified Networking with 10 Gigabit Converged Network Adapters

Intel® 10 Gigabit Server Adapters support SAN, LAN, and FCoE networks, reducing server interfaces for performance and simplified infrastructure.

Expedient Finds Solution with Intel® Ethernet 10 Gigabit

IT services firm Expedient, delivers scalable I/O infrastructure using 10GBASE-T for cost-effective performance and distance on LOM technology.

Dell and Intel Launch 10GBASE-T LOM

Presents 10GBASE-T adapter LOM solutions, delivering flexibility to meet growing demands with performance, virtualization, and converged networking.

FCoE Boot on Intel® Ethernet Converged Network Adapter Setup Guide

Demos FCoE boot on the Intel® Ethernet 10 Gigabit Converged Network Adapter, showing pre-work requirements, boot utility commands, and switch setup.

FCoE Storage Setup on Windows Server* 2008 R2 Demo

Demos FCoE storage setup, installation, and configuration for Windows Server* 2008 R2 on Intel® Ethernet 10 Gigabit Converged Network Adapter.

Intel® Open Network Platform Benefits

Describes Intel® Open Network Platform benefits that help reduce network costs with software-defined networking and network function virtualization.

Unified Networking with Open FCoE Technology

Video: Intel's Kirk Skaugen discusses how 10 GbE unified networking and the world's first Open FCoE solution simplify the data center.

Intel® Ethernet Server Adapter I350 Family iSCSi Deployment Guide

Demos iSCSI SAN boot on LOM Intel® Ethernet Server Adapter I350 family, including how to change the option ROMs to boot iSCSI, use boot utility, more.

Robot vs. Rubik’s Cube*: Intel® Ethernet for Industrial Protocols

Embedded World 2013 demo pits an industrial robot vs. a Rubik’s Cube* while discussing Intel® Ethernet for industrial protocols and communication.

Reduce Latency: Intel® Integrated I/O

The Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family reduces latency, and improves workstation throughput and efficiency by merging the I/O hub onto the processor.