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ATTO FastFrame 10GbE SFP+ quad port Ethernet NIC, Full Height, PCIe Gen2 x8, LC SFP+ SR Interface (SFP+ modules included)

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Key Features
· Full support for CEE/DCB: Lossless Ethernet (CEE) and Data Center Bridging (DCB) support provides improved iSCSI quality of service, for reliable access to block storage. DCB is also a pre-requisite for FCoE.
· FC-BB-6: The latest version of the FCoE standard, FC-BB-6 (Fibre Channel Backbone 6) .
· VN2VN (Virtual Node to Virtual Node), a feature of FC-BB-6. Enhancements to FCoE that provide for point-to-point or switched architectures without requiring Fibre Channel forwarding switches, making FCoE more affordable and flexible.
· ATTO's Target Mode: VN2VN together with ATTO Target Mode allows selected OEMs to implement FC-BB-6 Target Mode for their storage servers and solutions. This is a particularly useful option for OEMs who have already implemented ATTO Target Mode for Fibre Channel, as the port to FCoE is quite straight forward and simple. Please contact ATTO for more information.


Full-featured Fibre Channel HBA
· Fibre Channel core and drivers
· 2048 Concurrent Logins, 2048 Active Exchanges
· Class 3
· 400,000 IOPS per port
· 10 Gbps throughput
· ATTO Config Tool for SAN Management

Full-featured 10Gb Ethernet NIC
· Ethernet core and drivers
· Data Center Bridging
· Flow Control Support
· Ipv4 Checksum Offload
· Jumbo Frames
· TCP/UDP Checksum Offload (IPv4 & IPv6)
· Transmit Segmentation Offload
· Management via OS-based Networking Configuration
· iSCSI support
  · Xtend SAN iSCSI initiator for Mac available
· For Mac & Linux
  · VLAN (802.1q)
  · Link aggregation / teaming (802.3ad)
  · Thunderbolt-aware driver for Mac OS X 10.6.8 & above
Additional Information

Additional Information

Manufacturer ATTO Technology
Name ATTO FFRM-NS14-000
Country United States of America
Network Type Ethernet
Form Factor SFP+
Number of Ports 4
Connector Type LC female
Server Exp. Slot PCIe Gen2 x8
Call For Price Yes

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