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Recently there were a few stories published, based on a blog post by an end-user, suggesting specific network packets may cause the Intel® 82574L Gigabit Ethernet Controller to become unresponsive until corrected ... Intel® 82574L Gigabit Ethernet Controller StatementBack For those that are manufacturing their own Intel® 82574 Gigabit Ethernet Controller based hardware implementations, a key step in creating a valid configuration is selecting the correct image based on the size of ... Intel® 82574 Gigabit Ethernet Controller Design Success TipsBack This is designed to be a quick overview of the most common 82574 software questions we get. This is not designed to replace a reading of the datasheet and spec update. In fact, the datasheet and spec updat... Intel® 82574 Gigabit Ethernet Controller SW Features FAQBack Another in the series of chalk talks about parameters you’ll find in the Intel® PROSet for Windows* GUI to modify the behavior of the driver. This time out: The impressive sounding, but m... Parameter Talk – Adaptive Inter-Frame SpacingBack Intel is pleased to announce the availability of our latest Gigabit Ethernet server adapter - the Intel® Ethernet Server Adapter I210-T1. Based on the Intel® Ethernet Controller I210, this adapter facilitates ... New Single-port 1GbE Server Adapter from Intel!Back In 2008, we launched our first single port PCI Express* (PCIe*) silicon designed directly for the embedded and entry level markets. The Intel® 82574 Gigabit Ethernet Controller was an immediate and lasting s... Intel® Ethernet Controller I210 Launch AnnouncementBack The Wired Blog had a chance to sit down with new Wired Ethernet General Manager Dawn Moore to ask her a few questions about being in charge of Intel® Ethernet. Links in the article are inserted by the editor... Interview with Wired Ethernet GM Dawn MooreBack "Play it again Sam." "Luke, I am your father" "If you build it they will come". These are all often quoted misquotes. Great quotes, but not what the original says. Looking into the high t... Understanding PCI Express* bandwidthBack This is designed to be a quick overview of the most common 82574 questions we get. This is not designed to replace a reading of the datasheet and spec update. In fact, the datasheet and spec update are req... Intel® 82574 Gigabit Ethernet Controller HW Board design FAQBack Another NEW 10GBASE-T Server Adapter from Intel! Intel is pleased to announce the availability of another new 10GBASE-T server adapter! The Intel® Ethernet Converged Network Adapter X540-T1 (single port)... Intel® Ethernet CNA X540 launch announcementBack How fast is your Wired Ethernet?Back Noise to signal? Isn’t it supposed to be signal to noise ratio? When you’re talking 10 Gigabit BASE-T, you’re talking noise to signal. 10 Gigabit BASE-T has been described to me as “... Understanding 10 Gigabit BASE-T: Noise to Signal RatioBack I helped David film this short explaining how Intel® DDIO works. The content is all David, the video production (or the lack thereof) is all mine. David explains the value of this new technology.  ... Intel® Data Direct IO Technology (Intel® DDIO) explained (Video)Back Arista Networks & Intel Present: Hadoop for the Common Man: A practical working guide to building a cost-effective 10GBASE-T foundation Thursday, March 29, 2012 10:00a.m.-11:00a.m. PST (GMT -8) Duration: 1 Hou... Hadoop for the Common Man WebinarBack Time, tide, and embedded waits for no one. It’s been a while since we updated our release package for Windows Embedded operating systems, and I’m happy to announce that it is live.... Updated Embedded Windows* releaseBack ECC has many real "definitions" - error correcting circuits, error correcting code, or error correction code - but they all do the same thing. It helps keep data intact within the chip memory. ECC us... Back Today we announce the arrival of our newest product: the Intel® Ethernet Controller X540 What is it? The Intel® Ethernet Controller X540 is the next generation of 10 Gigabit Ethernet (10GbE) c... Introducing the Intel® Ethernet Controller X540Back After the events of last year, kernel.org needed to redo their infrastructure. Intel was proud to help out and provide all new Intel® Ethernet X520 adapters to the kernel.org team. Team member John 'Wa... kernel.org team member John Hawley InterviewBack Our commitment to providing you the most up to date documentation often means that the datasheet or spec update you just downloaded last month is now not current. We try not to make a ton of changes, but erratum... Updated documents Feb 2012Back If you’ve looked over an EEPROM (yes, or NVM) things have really changed since the days of the old 82557 10/100 products. Back then, the whole image was 64 words, and most of them had no meaning.&nbs... Yesterday’s EEPROM and the Pointers of Today and TomorrowBack