New Product | ANIC-200KFlex 25/40/50/100G QSFP28
Host CPU Offload Packet Capture Adapter

Dual QSFP28 (or QSFP+) Interfaces Can Be Mixed & Matched to Support 25/40/50/100G

The ANIC-200KFlex is a state-of-the-art, PCIe adapter/NIC designed for demanding network monitoring and security applications. This FPGA-based adapter features dual QSFP28 (or QSFP+) interfaces that most often provide two 40G ports or two 100G ports and is designed for NEBS compliance. Ports can also be mixed and matched to support for example, one 40G and one 100G port on the same adapter. In addition, the architecture will also support 25G or 50G ports.

Key Features
  • Flexible network interface of 40G or 100G; 25G and 50G interfaces are also supported.
  • Industry standard QSFP28/QSFP+ optics
  • Full height, half length adapter
  • Interconnection of two ANIC 200KFlex adapters via direct attached cable (DAC) allows full 200Gbps data transfer across PCIe bus
  • 4ns precision timestamping

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About Accolade

Accolade is the technology leader in FPGA-based Host CPU Offload and 100% Packet Capture PCIe NIC’s and Scalable 1U Platforms. Accolade’s line of 1-100GE products enable 100% packet capture, flow classification, flow shunting, deduplication, packet filtering and more. Our customers are global leaders in network monitoring & cybersecurity applications as well as in the network test and measurement, telecom and video stream monitoring markets.

FPGA Acceleration Features

100% Packet Capture | Flow Classification | Flow Shunting | Precise Time Stamping | Packet Merging | Packet Slicing | Packet Parsing | Packet Filtering | Deduplication | Host Packet Buffer | Packet Steering | Direct Memory Access (DMA) | Statistics (RMON1)

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