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3/4/2014 00:01 AM EST
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krisi
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krisi   3/4/2014 4:22:42 PM
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what is the power dissipation of the 100GE card?

rick merritt
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rick merritt   3/4/2014 10:26:07 PM
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Good question..Calling Netronome, can someone respond?

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krisi   3/4/2014 10:49:33 PM
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also what is the reach of 100 Gb/s signals

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dproch160   3/5/2014 6:55:56 PM
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100G support will be provided by CXP modules, which are typically rated at 100m.

The FlowNICs that we announced are available in multiple configurations with varying amounts of memory attached to the Flow Processor.  We will have 40GigE and 100GigE variants.  Accordingly, power varies by SKU.  The power will range form 55W to 100W.

-Daniel Proch, Netronome

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