Solarflare SFA6902F - network adapter

Mfg. Part: SFA6902F-A5-2MEM | CDW Part: 2952101 | UNSPSC: 43201404
  • Network adapter
  • PCIe 2.0 x8
  • 10Gb Ethernet x 2
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  • Network adapter
  • PCIe 2.0 x8
  • 10Gb Ethernet x 2
Solarflare SFA6902F ApplicationOnload Engine (AOE) is a class of product that moves application processing into the network adapter to accelerate real-time network application performance. SFA6902F comprises an innovative integration of an advanced FPGA onboard Solarflare's industry-leading low-latency 10 GbE server adapter. SFA6902F is an open platform that supports applications developed by Solarflare, customers, and third-party developers.

SFA6902F provides users a unique advantage with an open platform for "on-the-fly" processing of network data that combines the industry's highest performing, lowest latency server adapter with a advanced FPGA acceleration engine. By processing data in hardware before it's presented to the server CPU, the SFA6902F reduces application run-times, decreases overall latency, and minimizes server CPU workloads. As a result, users can expect to see dramatic improvements in application performance, while maintaining full compatibility with Solarflare's existing server adapter drivers and OpenOnload middleware.

The SFA6902F architecture enables users to migrate portions of their business logic - that can be parallelized and perform faster in hardware - to the FPGA. This provides users the ability to optimize their compute and network infrastructure for specific application processing loads. SFA6902F's bump-in-the wire architecture also enables a seamless, low-latency and high throughput data path to host applications by reducing message transit time compared to alternative solutions, and leveraging its tight integration with Solarflare's OpenOnload network acceleration.

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