The Innodisk EGPL-T101 M.2 2280 features flexible integration and excellent compatibility with existing network infrastructure for crucial backward compatibility.
The M.2 module is aimed at applications from surveillance to gaming, networking, and industrial uses. Interference issues are also occurring more often as the size of the PCIe form factor cannot fit in the smaller design of IPC platforms nowadays. Innodisk is a leading global provider of industrial embedded flash and memory, and the M.2 10GbE LAN module is designed to meet the demand for increased speed and reduced size, high-speed LAN solutions.
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The EGPL-T101 is the first M.2 2280-to-single 10GbE Base-T Ethernet module which is also the smallest 10GbE expansion solution available today. By supporting PCI Express Gen 3×2, the module provides sufficient bandwidth for one 10GbE LAN port suitable for server and industrial applications’ high-speed network demands.
A standard RJ45 LAN port on a tiny daughterboard provides an easy solution for upgrading to a 10GbE network using existing Cat6/6A copper cables. The EGPL-T101 also features excellent compatibility with its six network standards supported in 10/5/2.5/1Gbps and 100/10Mbps, providing excellent backward compatibility with existing network infrastructure. Lastly, the EGPL-T101 features high-performance computing (HPC) which is ten times faster than the widely used Gigabit Ethernet with low power consumption.
The EGPL-T101 is suitable for various high-speed scenarios, including machine vision in industrial applications, high resolution imaging for surveillance and low latency network links for gaming.
Mass production of the EGPL-T101 is expected to begin in December 2021
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