The refreshed aTCA-6250 processor blade offers eight channels of DDR3-1866 memory up to 128 GB, and a 400W power supply subsystem for maximum computing performance. It provides versatile connectivity, including dual 10GbE Fabric Interfaces, dual GbE Base Interfaces, quad front panel GbE interfaces, dual front panel USB and COM ports, and onboard SATA DOM socket. Dual 10GbE ports and dual hot-swappable SAS bays on the optional aTCA‑R6270 Rear Transition Module (RTM) provide additional network throughput and storage capabilities. The card supports the Intel Data Plane Development Kit (Intel DPDK), a lightweight run-time environment for Intel architecture processors offering low overhead and run-to-completion mode to maximize packet processing performance. Support for Intel QuickAssist Acceleration Technology provides additional optimization of packet and network capabilities by offloading tasks to the aTCA-6250’s optional mezzanine card, freeing up CPU resources.
The refreshed aTCA-6200A features DDR3-1866 memory up to 128GB and a PICMG mid-size AMC bay for flexible expansion, supporting AMC.1 PCI Express and Advanced Switching, AMC.2 Gigabit Ethernet, and AMC.3 SATA/SAS storage expansion. On-card connectivity includes dual 10GBASE-KX4 Fabric Interfaces, dual GbE Base Interfaces, dual front panel GbE egress ports, onboard bootable CFast socket, onboard 2.5" SATA drive space, and modular Fabric riser card for additional PICMG Fabric Interface protocols. Dual hot-swappable SAS bays on the optional aTCA‑R6270 Rear Transition Module (RTM) provide additional network throughput and storage capabilities. The aTCA-6200A provides high-speed data-transfer on the PICMG 3.1. I/O features of the blade include Base Interface channels, Fabric Interface channels and front/rear egress ports. Front panel I/O includes two RJ-45 GbE ports, three USB 2.0 ports, an RJ-45 to DB-9 standard serial port and a DB-15 connector for analog graphics output.
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