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Get top-quality, affordable compatible Intel optical transceivers for Intel networking gear. Our transceivers are widely used with Intel NICs (Network Interface Cards) and are supported by leading brands such as Dell, Lenovo, and HP, all of whom tend to use Intel NICs in their server lines. Below we have matched our product numbers to the Intel Part Numbers, for ease of identification. We offer Intel compatible 10G SFP+, 100G QSFP28, 40G QSFP+, 25G SFP28, 10G-400G Intel DAC cables, and more. We also can provide compatible Intel Silicon Photonics 400G transceivers. Intel works with OEMs such as Finisar and AVAGO, resulting in similar products with different part numbers, for example 10G SFP+ SR, which has a lot of variations from part number perspective, but ultimately exactly the same functionality. Our expertise in correct EEPROM coding for Intel compatible transceivers ensures smooth operation. Additionally we can provide customized solutions for Intel transceivers such as Single Fiber BIDI, CWDM, and DWDM options. For more information, please contact us.
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The Intel 10G SFP+ Optical Transceivers are high-speed, small form factor transceivers that provide a cost-effective solution for 10 Gigabit Ethernet (10GbE) optical data transmission. Modules support data transfer speeds of up to 10 Gbps over multimode fiber (SR-Short Range) and single mode (LR-Long Range) optical cables, making it ideal for high-performance computing, data center, and enterprise network applications. This section also contains 1G & 10G copper SFP modules which are designed for close range interconnections over CAT5/CAT6 copper cables and have RJ-45 connectors. The transceivers are fully compliant with the SFP+ MSA (Multi-Source Agreement) and IEEE 802.3ae standards. With its compact size, low power consumption, and high performance, our compatible Intel 10G SFP+ Optical Transceivers are an excellent choice for maximizing network bandwidth and performance.
Below you will find several variations for Intel 10G SFP+ SR and LR modules because in the industry they are known by various part numbers (mostly because of production by various OEMs), but ultimately there are just 3 types of Intel 10G SFP+ optical transceiver products 10G SR, 10G LR and 10G SFP T, therefore you can pick any of below based on your needs and we will make this product compatible with your Intel gear.
The Intel 100G QSFP28 Optical Transceivers (sometimes referred to as Intel Silicon Photonics 100G) are high-speed, compact transceivers that support optical data transmission at 100 Gigabit Ethernet (100GbE). Below we cover compatible Intel 100G CWDM4 transceiver available for 2km and 10km interconnections which use double LC connector as well as 100G SR4 transceiver designed for operation over multimode fiber for up to 150m distance over OM5 type cable and compatible Intel 100G PSM4 module designed for operation up to 2km, both latest models utilizing MTP/MPO-12 connector in the selection below. These transceivers are fully compliant with the QSFP28 MSA (Multi-Source Agreement) and IEEE 802.3bm standards, and they will provide a cost-effective solution for upgrading existing networks to support 100GbE.
Upgrade your data center and high-speed networking applications with cost-effective and high-performing Intel 40G QSFP+ compatible transceivers. With a 40 Gbps data rate, they provide a reliable solution for businesses looking to upgrade their network. Our selection includes both 40G SR (for multimode fiber interconnections up to 150m with MTP/MPO-12) and 40G LR (for singlemode fiber interconnections up to 10km with dual LC) transceivers. Save on costs without sacrificing performance with our Intel QSFP+ compatible transceivers. Upgrade your network to support 40 Gbps data rates with confidence.
39.81 – 44.8 Gbps, 150 m, 850 nm, DF. (MMF), MPO, Standard 0°-70
39.81 – 44.8 Gbps, 150 m, 850 nm, DF. (MMF), MPO, Standard 0°-70
39.81 – 44.8 Gbps, 10 km, 1310 nm, DF. (SMF), Double LC, Standard 0°-70°C
Intel SFP28 25G compatible transceivers are becoming increasingly popular as more data centers transition from the 10G to 25G era, where 25G line rate is the highest that optical equipment with NRZ modulation can achieve, making it one of most cost-effective and port-density-efficient transmission standards. We cover Intel SFP28 25G short range (SR) and long range (LR) transceivers in the selection below; however, we can offer a wider selection of 25G transceivers and make them Intel compatible. Please see our full 25G SFP28 range for a complete 25G selection.
Streamline your data center and high-speed networking connections with cost-effective and high-quality 10G-400G Intel DAC Cable Compatibles. These cables offer a direct-attached copper solution for interconnecting network devices, providing a reliable and cost-effective alternative to optical transceivers. With a range of lengths and connector options, these cables offer a flexible solution for a variety of network configurations. Our selection includes both passive DAC and AOC cables, supporting data rates from 10 Gbps to 400 Gbps as well covering 40G QSFP+ to 4x10G SFP+ breakout option as well as 100G QSFP28 to 4x25G SFP28 breakout option, in situations when you need to interconnect devices with different speeds. Choose from a variety of our compatible options that have been matched with Intel original OEM part numbers for ease of identification, ensuring compatibility and reducing costs. Simplify your network connections with the performance and reliability of our 10G-400G Intel DAC Cable Compatibles.
Intel 400G transceiver compatibles (also known as Intel Silicon Photonics 400G compatibles) are a new generation of 400G data rate products that consist of a collection of super high-density transceiver modules based on QSFP-DD (Quad Small Form Factor Pluggable Double Density). The QSFP-DD MSA group defines 400G QSFP-DD as a next-generation high-density, high-speed pluggable module that is backwards compatible with 100G QSFP28 and even 40G QSFP+. The current mainstream QSFP form factor and the QSFP-DD form factor are remarkably similar. The QSFP-DD form factor, on the other hand, has an extra row of contacts for an eight-lane electrical interface that can operate in 50G PAM4 modulation mode, resulting in 8x50G (400G) transmission capacity. We cover a compatible Intel 400G SR8 transceiver designed for Short Reach application (up to 100 meters) with MTP/MPO-16 connector, 400G DR4 for interconnection up to 500 meters, and 400G FR4 transceiver for up to 2km links in the list below. Intel 400G transceivers are still gaining popularity, but they have the potential to become mainstream high-speed interfaces in the same way that 100G QSFP28 has become.
400GBASE-FR4 QSFP-DD (4xCWDM 1271,1291,1311,1331, 2km SMF, Double LC, up to 425Gbps, 0°-70°C)
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Chipset Intel 440BX
Six months after the introduction of the revolutionary Intel 440LX chipset, which was the first to use an accelerated AGP graphics port and support SDRAM memory, on April 15, Intel is going to launch its new product on the market — the Intel 440BX logic set. The release of this chipset will mark the beginning of a new phase in the development of Slot 1 systems, it will be the era of increasing the frequency of the system bus, which has been stuck at around 66 MHz for several years. The new Intel 440BX chipset is designed for motherboards for the Pentium II processor and supports an external frequency (system bus) of 100 MHz. At this frequency, in particular, the system memory operates.
Actually, the official support for the 100MHz bus is the main difference between the Intel chipsets 440LX and 440BX.
Characteristics Intel 82440BX AGPSET
- Support for all SLOT-1 Pentium II
- possibility, SMP
- Support EDO RAM and SDRAM 9000
- SDRAM is maximally supported RAM
- Timing diagram for EDO RAM 5-2-2-2 (at external frequency 66 MHz)
- Temporary diagram for SDRAM 5-1-1-1-1 (at an external frequency of 66 MHz)
- 64-bit memory bus
- PIIX4 Controller
- Chip 82371ab
- Support Bus Mastering
- UltraDMA support
- PIO Mode 5/DMA Mode 3 operation
- Synchronous PCI interface
- Supported 30 and 33 MHz on the PCI bus
- PCI 2. 1 compliant
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It should be noted here that since the second-level cache in the Pentium II operates at 1/2 of the frequency of the processor itself, overclocking the system bus does not affect it in any way. However, thanks to this fact, Pentium IIs currently being produced will be able to easily work on a 100 MHz bus. At the same time, the measures against overclocking currently being applied by Intel — the presence of only one multiplier — will not have any effect. However, the effect of such overclocking will be somewhat lower than with similar actions with Socket-7 chips.
If so, let’s try to figure out what advantages the new Intel chipset can actually provide.
First of all, when using the 440LX, it was not guaranteed that the system would be operational with a bus frequency of more than 66 MHz. The problem was that to obtain the carrier frequency on the PCI bus, a divider 2 was used relative to the bus, and when installing external 75 MHz, it turned out to be 37. 5 MHz on PCI, which is 15% higher than the standard, when installing external 83 MHz — on PCI it was 41 .5 MHz, that is, 25% higher than the norm. At the same time, many PCI cards, especially SCSI controllers, lost their functionality. Now there will be no such problems. Although, in this case, the peripherals will not be overclocked at all, and the speed of the video and hard drive will not increase during overclocking. So another thing to consider if you’re aiming for overclocking is whether you need a BX.
The Intel 440BX chipset supports not only divider 2 for PCI, but also divider 3, which is used at external frequencies above 100 MHz inclusive. So if, after all, the motherboard allows you to install 75 and 83 MHz, then you will not lose anything compared to 440LX. However, some LX boards were set to 92 MHz. This will not happen with BX yet. And then, who knows?
The second, this time indisputable advantage of 440BX, is that this chipset will support all emerging Deschutes processors with higher internal frequencies.
However, the currently existing Pentium II processors will work on motherboards with the Intel 440BX logic set, which is important. This is possible because the frequency-dependent L2 cache in the Pentium II is clocked from the internal clock, and not from the bus.
However, officially, only Pentium II 350, 400 MHz and higher processors can use the 100 MHz system bus in the i440BX chipset. The fact is that only these processors give out a special signal that is sent to the chipset, and by which it distinguishes these processors. Therefore, on the correct motherboards that fully comply with the Intel specification, only multiplication is set with jumpers, and the external frequency is determined by this signal. Such motherboards are made by Intel itself and, for example, by Tyan. However, many Chinese and Taiwanese manufacturers do not distribute this signal, and such boards have the ability to overclock the system bus from 66 to 100, 112, or even 133 MHz for all processors. This is, for example, ASUS or ABit.
What will happen to productivity? Those tests that we conducted with Socket-7 processors to study the efficiency of the 100 MHz bus showed a 15% performance increase at the same internal frequencies, but with external 66 and 100 MHz. But we shouldn’t forget that using 100 MHz on Socket-7, we also overclock the external cache. In 440BX, the L2 cache is not accelerated, so the performance gain with a 100 MHz bus will be, according to our estimates, no more than 7%. It is possible that some motherboards based on the BX chipset will have an undocumented set frequency of 150 MHz. If so, then the increase may be greater. But in any case, do not forget that in a year the 200 MHz system bus will be in full use, which will be supported by the Katmai processor, which is quite possible thanks to the new type of RAMBUS memory that can operate at this frequency.
In the meantime, the problem with memory takes on a special weight and cannot be bypassed. The fact is that the current memory operates at 100 MHz with great difficulty. Intel wants to push the PC100 specification for memory, which requires custom-made modules. However, our experiments have shown that any memory with an access time of 7 ns or a branded memory with an access time of 10 ns can work fine at 100 MHz. True, there is one subtlety here. The PC100 specification requires an SPD on the module. In its absence, the system may not work at all, much like Intel’s motherboards based on the 440LX chipset do it now. But, fortunately, the SPD is used not by the chipset, but by the BIOS, which, in principle, may not access the SPD. So in this matter, all hope is for motherboard manufacturers so that they do not start zealously fulfilling Intel’s recommendation.
So there is nothing revolutionary new in the Intel 440BX. But what’s really interesting is the new PIIX6 IDE controller, which will appear in a few months. And this is Firewire and UltraDMA-66.
March 31, 1998
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An alliance between VIA and China’s Shanghai Zhaoxin Semiconductor announced the successful release of new x86-compatible processors called the ZX-D. The union of two companies, one of which is almost forgotten in the x86 world, and the other has never been heard of, turned out to be quite fruitful: ZX-D chips are the eight-core heirs of the ZX-C series. So far, they do not use the most advanced 28-nm process technology by today’s standards, but they have full-fledged 4 or 8 cores with a frequency of around 2 GHz and 4 MB of L2 cache. SMT support is not provided. The developers are hinting at a performance comparable to the performance of the younger Intel Xeon E3, but we cannot verify this for obvious reasons.
ZX-D no longer uses MCM technology, but is a monolithic die
Chips support all modern instruction sets, including SSE4.2, AVX and AVX2, as well as virtualization technologies. In addition, they have proprietary SM3 and SMS4 cryptographic engines and a DDR4 memory controller. One can hardly say anything about the performance of the ZX-D processors, since they are such an exotic thing that, perhaps, not one of the well-known enthusiasts currently has on hand; However, it is clearly not worth counting on rivalry with Intel and AMD — these chips are more likely designed for low power consumption than for high performance. It is possible that Lenovo will use these processors in laptops targeted at the domestic market of China.
As follows from the slide, ZX-D are 2.5 generation processors. The third generation will receive a 16-nm process technology
The plans of the alliance between VIA and Shanghai Zhaoxin Semiconductor extend further: it is known that in 2018 it is planned to release the next series of processors called ZX-E, which will be produced using TSMC’s 16-nm process technology . Most likely, we will no longer see the name VIA in its pure form. Most likely, the new processors will be named ZX-VIA. We also know about the name Katherine, but we can talk about a new integrated graphics core, which should replace the definitively outdated Chrome series. A new ZX-100 chipset has also been announced, which means that the name VIA is not going to disappear from the market of x86-compatible solutions, even if the company now has to work in alliance with Shanghai Zhaoxin Semiconductor.
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