Quad-port GbE NIC Card XMC610

The XMC610 series offers up to four independent gigabit Ethernet interface ports.  Different models feature RJ45, SFP or rear connectors with conduction cooling support.  Based on Intel’s I350 quad gigabit controller means delivery of high performance and powerful networking capabilities.

Ideal for COTS applications in Defence, Aerospace, Industrial and Scientific Research computing systems.

The Acromag XMC610 Series is a Quad-port GbE NIC Card.  Firstly, it provides up to four independent gigabit Ethernet interface ports.  These modules offer a high-density, high-performance solution for network interface applications over fibre or copper media.


XMC611: RJ45 Connectors

XMC612: SFP Connectors

XMC613: Rear I/O Connectors


Features of the Quad-port GbE NIC Card XMC610 include:

  • Four independent 1-gigabit Ethernet interfaces
  • Industry-leading Intel I350 Ethernet controller
  • Front or rear I/O access (RJ45, SFP, or P16)
  • XMC PCIe x4 Gen 2 interface
  • Up to 5Gbps bus speed per lane
  • Supports fibre optic or copper media
  • 10/100/1000 Mbps data rates
  • 3.3V low power design
  • -40 to 85°C operation
  • Linux®, Windows®, and VxWorks® support
  • CE compliant.



Intel I350 Features

  • IEEE 802.3 Auto-negotiation – Automatic link configuration for speed, duplex, & flow control.
  • IEEE 1588 and 802.1AS Precision Timing – Time-stamping and synchronization of time sensitive applications. Distribute common time to connected devices.
  • IEEE 802.3az Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE) – Power consumption is reduced by approximately 50% during idle state.
  • DMA Coalescing – Reduces platform power consumption by coalescing, aligning, and synchronizing DMA transfers. Enables synchronizing port activity & power management of memory, CPU, and other internal circuitry.
  • 8 Tx and Rx Queue Pairs per Port – Supports VMware NetQueue and Microsoft VMQ.
  • Flexible Port Partitioning (PCI-SIG SR-IOV) – Up to 32 Virtual Functions (VFs) appear as Ethernet Controllers in Linux OSes that can be assigned to VMs, Kernel processes, or teamed using Linux Bonding Drivers.
  • TCP/UDP, IPv4/IPv6 Checksum Offloads – Extended Tx descriptors provide increased offload capabilities.
  • Jumbo Frame Packet Support – Improves system performance related to handling of network data on multiprocessor systems.


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