Intel® Ethernet 800 Series

At Intel’s “Data-Centric Innovation Day,” the company revealed next-generation processors and platform technologies to unleash the impact of data for customers across the globe.

To address the growing demand for data generation and consumption, Intel is introducing a complete series of new, highly innovative next-generation Ethernet products that connect servers and storage to move data faster.

Intel® Ethernet 800 Series – Intel’s Next-Generation Ethernet Controller

Intel® Ethernet 800 Series
The Intel Ethernet 800 Series controllers and adapters are capable of supporting speeds of up to 100 Gbps, which is 4x to 10x more server network bandwidth than many companies have deployed. Intel Corporation on April 2, 2019, introduced a portfolio of data-centric tools to help its customers extract more value from their data. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

The Intel Ethernet 800 Series controllers and adapters, in production in 2019’s third quarter, are capable of supporting speeds of up to 100 Gbps, which is 4x to 10x more server network bandwidth than many companies have deployed today.

The new Ethernet series provides breakthrough capabilities including Application Device Queues (ADQ), which improves application performance and consistency in meeting service-level agreements (SLAs). ADQ delivers greater than 50 percent increase in application response time predictability3, more than 45 percent lower latency4, and more than 30 percent improved throughput5 running open source Redis*, a widely used database among cloud service providers. Other advanced capabilities include enhanced Dynamic Device Personalization (DDP) to improve packet processing efficiency and enable new services, and faster processing of latency sensitive workloads with support of both iWARP and RoCE v2 Remote Direct Memory Access (RDMA).

Source Intel News Room

Pavlos Papadopoulos

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