Server-Grade Network Appliance Supports The Latest Xeon 5600 Series Processor

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A new server-grade network appliance supports the Intel Xeon 5600 series quad-core and six-core processor based on 32 nm processor technology. The CAR-5010 from American Portwell features a 2U rackmount chassis, dual sockets for Intel Xeon 5600 series processors with an integrated memory controller, up to 6.4 GT/s Intel Quick Path Interconnect (QPI) Technology links between the two processors and Intel 5520 I/O Hub with 36 PCI Express generation 2.0 lanes, six DDR3 DIMM slots for each processor.    

The CAR-5010 provides extensive throughput performance using PCI Express Gen 2.0 solutions of both GbE and 10GbE bandwidth, at a competitive price. The CAR-5010 also supports remote network monitoring and active management. The remote management features include KVM, IPMI 2.0, Power Management, Virtual Media, IPMI Authentication and Web GUI. 

The CAR-5010 network appliance built with a 10G PCIe SFP+ network interface card (NIC)—one of the many NIC options—delivers breakthrough performance of multicore, 10 GbE computing, in addition to supporting the Linux OS, the most secured carrier-grade OS for the network and communication industry. It allows network application developers to consolidate solutions and lower development costs with a great feature set supporting both the PCI Express Generation 1.0 and 2.0, GbE and 10GbE (Intel 82599ES/EB), Copper and Fiber NIC with bypass or without bypass (fail-over). Customers can choose from these different solution portfolios to enhance their development cycle and launch their products to the market faster.

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