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LeWiz Dual-Port GigE PCI-Express NICs - PCstats.com LeWiz Dual-Port GigE PCI-Express NICs
Mon, July 17 2006 | 12:49PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"LeWiz Communications releases 3 dual-port GigE NIC cards for the copper and fiber-optic Ethernet with x1 and x4 PCI-Express (PCI-E) host interface. This new family of dual-port products allows the users to take advantage of the x1 PCI-Express slots in their workstations and desktops as well as the larger x4, x8, and x16 PCI-Express slots in their servers, storage, and networking systems.

LeWiz's Talon1214(TM) network interface card (NIC) is the first board in the market to offer 2 ports of Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) performance on a single lane of PCI-E slot. These x1 PCI-E slots are typically available in high performance workstations such as Sun's Ultra20(TM) and other desktop clients. But until now, no other card in the market can offer such performance and integration for the slot. The dual-port feature allows the users to expand their desktop and workstations easily. One port of the card can be used to connect to the main LAN network while the 2nd port can be used to connect to other local Ethernet peripherals such as NAS/iSCSI storage box or high resolution cameras directly at their desk."

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