Intel® Ethernet Switch FM6364


Supplemental Information

  • Description A 64 10G ports or 16 40G ports, fully-integrated, single-chip wire-speed, layer-2/3/4 Ethernet switch.

Networking Specifications

  • Maximum Port Bandwidth 640 G
  • Maximum SGMII Ports 72
  • Maximum XAUI Ports 24
  • Maximum 10G KR Ports 64
  • Maximum 40G KR4 Ports 16
  • Cut-Through Latency 400 ns
  • Frame Processing Rate 960 M pps
  • Shared Packet Memory Size 8 MB
  • Traffic Classes 8
  • MAC Table Size 64 K
  • ACL Rules 24 K
  • IPv4/IPv6 Routes 64K/16K
  • Intel® FlexPipe™ Technology Yes
  • Advanced Load Balancing Yes
  • CEE/DCB Features Yes
  • Server Virtualization Support Yes
  • Advanced Tunneling Features Yes
  • Carrier Ethernet Support No
  • CPU Interface PCIe, EBI
  • Applications Data Center,FSI,HPC

Package Specifications

  • Extended Temperature Options No
  • Package Size 42.5mm x 42.5mm

Ordering and Compliance

Retired and discontinued

Intel® Ethernet Switch FM6364

  • MM# 920034
  • Spec Code SLJMB
  • Ordering Code EZFM6364
  • Stepping A0

Intel® Ethernet Switch FM6364

  • MM# 920035
  • Spec Code SLJMC
  • Ordering Code EZFM6364
  • Stepping A0

Intel® Ethernet Switch FM6364

  • MM# 930415
  • Spec Code SLKA7
  • Ordering Code EZFM6364A
  • Stepping B2

Trade compliance information

  • ECCN 5A991
  • US HTS 8542390001

PCN/MDDS Information


Drivers and Software

Latest Drivers & Software

Downloads Available:


Adapter User Guide for Intel® Ethernet Adapters

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