Packet Capture Card Delivers 1/10/40 Gbps

Endace introduces its latest 4-port packet capture card for 1GbE, 10GbE and 40GbE environments at a price to suit cost-conscious OEMs, system builders and high-frequency traders. The four-port DAG10X4-S provides lossless packet capture on four 1GbE/10GbE links or one 40GbE link. This flexibility makes the DAG10X4-S ideal for use in packet capture and analysis solutions in mixed environments. With four monitoring ports, and the ability to stack multiple cards in a host server, the DAG10X4-S enables system builders to create compact systems, suitable for space-constrained datacenters like the co-location facilities used by financial traders.

 

The DAG10X4-S provides on-board processing for a host of enterprise and encapsulation protocols, such as MPLS and VLAN. Its fan-less cooling design helps ensure the long-term ultra-reliability that DAG cards have long been renowned for and which is of key importance to customers.

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Coinciding with the launch of the DAG10X4-S, Endace announced the general release of Version 5.6 of its DAG software. Version 5.6 introduces 40 Gbps receive and transmit for both the new DAG10X4-S and the existing DAG10X4-P cards. For more details, visit https://www.endace.com

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