Thursday, October 18th 2012

Intel Launches New Ethernet Controller for Embedded Systems

Intel has launched the Intel Ethernet Controller I210 Family for desktop, server, and embedded systems. These new low-power gigabit Ethernet controllers include advanced features, such as IEEE 802.1AS Time Stamping and 802.1Qav Audio-Video Bridging for better streaming of content. The I210 also comes with innovative power management features that reduce overall platform power consumption, and can withstand industrial temperatures, making it ideal for Industrial Automation, In-Vehicle Infotainment, Medical, Print Imaging, Telecommunications Infrastructure, and Military platforms.

Like other embedded products, Intel offers 7-year extended lifecycle support so customers can protect their development investment. Additional information can be found here.
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6 Comments on Intel Launches New Ethernet Controller for Embedded Systems

#1
puma99dk|
sounds nice, i am happy for my onboard Intel 82579V Gigabit Ethernet, bcs Intel r the best :D
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#2
Drone
can withstand industrial temperatures, making it ideal for Industrial Automation, In-Vehicle Infotainment, Medical, Print Imaging, Telecommunications Infrastructure, and Military platforms.
aka not for average Joes.
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#3
james888
by: Drone
aka not for average Joes.
Just wait. All the high end motherboards are going to have it now and say it is apart of their military grade hardware specs.
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#4
puma99dk|
by: james888
Just wait. All the high end motherboards are going to have it now and say it is apart of their military grade hardware specs.
that wouldn't surprise me if they do. but still Intel Ethernet rocks :nutkick:
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#5
mediasorcerer
I didnt realise having a good nic can make such a difference.
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#6
james888
by: mediasorcerer
I didnt realise having a good nic can make such a difference.
What told you that?
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