Intel® Ethernet Server Adapter I350-T2

Intel® Ethernet Server Adapter I350-T2

Specifications

  • Product Collection Gigabit Ethernet Adapters
  • Status Discontinued
  • Launch Date Q2'11
  • Vertical Segment Server
  • Cable Medium Copper
  • Cabling Type Cat 5 up to 100m
  • Bracket Height Low Profile and Full Height
  • TDP 4.4 W
  • Supported Operating Systems Windows Server 2016*, Windows Server 2012 R2*, Windows Server 2012*, Windows 10*, Windows 8*, Windows Server 2008 R2*, Windows 7*, Windows Server 2008*, Windows Vista*, Windows Server 2003 R2*, Windows Server 2003*, Windows XP Professional, Linux* Stable Kernel version 3.x, 2.6,x, Red Hat Enterprise Linux* 5, 6, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server* 10, 11, FreeBSD 9*, VMware ESX/ESXi*

Supplemental Information

Networking Specifications

  • Port Configuration Dual
  • Intel® Virtualization Technology for Connectivity (VT-c) Yes
  • Speed & Slot Width 5 GT/s, x4 Lane
  • Controller Intel I350

Package Specifications

  • System Interface Type PCIe v2.1 (5.0 GT/s)
  • Low Halogen Options Available No

Intel® Virtualization Technology for Connectivity

Advanced Technologies

Ordering and Compliance

Retired and discontinued

Intel® Ethernet Server Adapter I350-T2, retail bulk

  • Ordering Code I350T2BLK

Intel® Ethernet Server Adapter I350-T2, retail unit

  • Ordering Code I350T2

Trade compliance information

  • ECCN 5A991
  • CCATS NA
  • US HTS 8517620090

PCN/MDDS Information

Downloads and Software

Launch Date

The date the product was first introduced.

TDP

Thermal Design Power (TDP) represents the average power, in watts, the processor dissipates when operating at Base Frequency with all cores active under an Intel-defined, high-complexity workload. Refer to Datasheet for thermal solution requirements.

Flexible Port Partitioning

Flexible Port Partitioning (FPP) technology utilizes industry standard PCI SIG SR-IOV to efficiently divide your physical Ethernet device into multiple virtual devices, providing Quality of Service by ensuring each process is assigned to a Virtual Function and is provided a fair share of the bandwidth.

Virtual Machine Device Queues (VMDq)

Virtual Machine Device Queues (VMDq) is a technology designed to offload some of the switching done in the VMM (Virtual Machine Monitor) to networking hardware specifically designed for this function. VMDq drastically reduces overhead associated with I/O switching in the VMM which greatly improves throughput and overall system performance

PCI-SIG* SR-IOV Capable

Single-Root I/O Virtualization (SR-IOV) involves natively (directly) sharing a single I/O resource between multiple virtual machines. SR-IOV provides a mechanism by which a Single Root Function (for example a single Ethernet Port) can appear to be multiple separate physical devices.

iWARP/RDMA

iWARP delivers converged, low-latency fabric services to data centers through Remote Direct Memory Access (RDMA) over Ethernet. The key iWARP components that deliver low-latency are Kernel Bypass, Direct Data Placement, and Transport Acceleration.

Intel® Ethernet Power Management

Intel® Ethernet Power Management Technology provides solutions to common power management approaches by reducing idle power, reducing capacity and power as a function of demand, operating at maximum energy efficiency whenever possible, and enabling functionality only when needed.