Move Data Faster

Meet the challenges of real-time workloads and massive data with Intel® Ethernet Technology. Accelerate high-priority applications, packet processing, and latency-sensitive workloads.

Intel® Ethernet 700 Series Network Adapter with Hardware-Enhanced Precision Time Protocol (PTP)

Meet 5G network precision timing requirements at a cost-effective price point. Desirable for distributed digital applications - such as 5G networks, financial trading, emergency response, and industrial controls – Intel® Ethernet Network Adapter XXV710-DA2T targets network timing precision of 100 nanoseconds or less.

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Intel® Ethernet 800 Series

The Intel® Ethernet 800 Series with flexible Ethernet port configuration supports different link modes and speeds, includes powerful capabilities to accelerate network performance, and delivers workload-optimized performance and consistent application performance for latency-sensitive workloads. Move data faster with Intel® Ethernet 800 Series with throughput up to 100Gbp/s.

Learn about the featured technologies: Application Device Queues (ADQ), enhanced Dynamic Device Personalization (DDP), and 3-in-1 support for all Ethernet-based NVMe* over Fabrics (NVMe*-oF) storage transport protocols (iWARP, RoCE v2, and NVMe*/TCP).

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Application Device Queues (ADQ)

Intel provides leading-edge technology that dedicates queues for priority network services and shapes network traffic. Increase application response time predictability, reduce latency, and improve throughput for critical applications. Better meet service level agreements (SLAs) and scale service delivery to reach more end users.

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Learn about the first commercial database to support the Intel® Ethernet 800 Series with ADQ: Aerospike 4.7 press release ›

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Remote Direct Memory Access (RDMA)

Intel began iWARP RDMA support with the Intel® C62x Series Chipset with integrated Intel® Ethernet Connection X722 with up to 4x10GbE. The Intel® Ethernet 800 Series expands support to both iWARP and RoCEv2 RDMA—selectable via software per port—for low-latency, high-throughput workloads.

Solutions like iSER, NVMe* over Fabrics, and SMB Direct are ready to use with Intel® Ethernet 800 Series products.

Read the Intel blog - Intel unveiling NVMe*-oF storage transport protocol options at SNIA Storage Developer Conference ›

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Dynamic Device Personalization (DDP)

Dynamic Device Personalization (DDP), when combined with Data Plane Development Kit (DPDK), reduces latency and improves packet processing performance and efficiency for cloud, communication, and network edge workloads. Intel® Ethernet 700 Series with DDP was introduced with a few protocols supported by default and now supports additional protocols including GENEVE and VXLAN-GPE.

The Intel® Ethernet 800 Series further enhanced DDP with a fully programmable pipeline, which supports an increased number of protocols that can be loaded at driver initialization for greater flexibility.

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Optimize Data Center Performance

Maximize server performance with a balanced platform using Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors combined with high performance Intel® Ethernet 700 Series Network Adapters series and Intel® SSDs. Compare configurations of Intel® Xeon® Scalable platforms to optimize your data center performance.

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Intel® Ethernet Product Catalog

Accelerate the delivery of new services and capabilities by increasing the speed and efficiency of your server's network connectivity. Intel® Ethernet products offer proven interoperability, intelligent workload acceleration, and efficient packet processing via a wide range of port speeds.