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PCI-730/733  (547)
Intelligent Gigabit Ethernet Controller

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The PCI-730/733 is an intelligent gigabit Ethernet controller that offloads LAN protocol processing from the host processor. The PCI-730 has a copper BaseTx interface, while the PCI-733 supports either BaseSx or BaseLx interfaces. The PCI-730/733 expands system performance in advanced servers, video networking, voice over IP, embedded systems, and other high-speed LAN applications. Tasks such as TCP/IP processing, firewalls, encryption, and data compression can be offloaded from host processors to the intelligent PCI-730/733 gigabit Ethernet controller.

Optimized for I/O processing, the PCI-730/733 is powered by a 600MHz 80310 Intel XScale processor, 100MHz SDRAM, and dual 66MHz, 64-bit PCI buses. The high-bandwidth architecture opens I/O bottlenecks and provides maximum LAN performance.

In addition, the PCI-730/733 offers board support packages for the VxWorks and IxWorks real-time operating systems. Cyclone's Breeze Development Environment is on board to ease the development of embedded application code. With the combination of high-bandwidth hardware and software development support, the PCI-730/733 can be rapidly integrated into demanding network applications.

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