COTS conduction cooled XMC module for enhanced Ethernet

COTS conduction cooled XMC module for enhanced Ethernet

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By Jean-Pierre Joosting

TEWS Technologies has launched the TXMC397, a COTS Conduction Cooled Switched Mezzanine Card (CCXMC)-compatible module for demanding enhanced Ethernet applications.

The TXMC397 is an innovative addition to the company’s portfolio, offering high-speed Ethernet connectivity for a variety of demanding applications. It is available in two variants, the TXMC397-10R, which provides two 10GBase-T Ethernet interfaces via P16 Back I/O both mapped in the X12d range (specified in VITA46.9 standard), and the TXMC397-20R, which provides two 10GBase-T Ethernet interfaces via P16 Back I/O both mapped in the X8d range (specified in VITA46.9 standard).

“The TXMC397 is designed to meet the requirements of high-speed data communication, providing our clients with unparalleled flexibility and performance in extreme conditions,” said Tim Tews, General Manager of TEWS Technologies.

This module supports a range of Ethernet standards and speeds, making it suitable for diverse applications including the COTS, industrial, and IoT markets. The TXMC397 provides dual-channel 10GBase-T Ethernet and supports multiple Ethernet speeds and standards including 100Base-TX, 1000Base-T, and NBase-T.

The TXMC397 features a robust design to ensure reliable and efficient operation. The product also boasts an impressive MTBF [Mean Time Between Failures], underscoring TEWS Technologies’ focus on durability and quality.

The module supports Intel’s X710-AT2 10 Gigabit Ethernet controller and includes a 64 Mbit Serial Flash for PXE and iSCSI boot. Software support for the controller is available at Intel’s official website, and TEWS Technologies provides additional support for other operating systems.

The P15 XMC-Connector provides access to the Intel X710-AT2 dual port 10GbE controller via a x4 PCIe 3.0 link. Both Ethernet interfaces support 100 Mbit/s, 1000 Mbit/s as well as 2.5 Gbit/s, 5 Gbit/s, and 10 Gbit/s transmission rates. The P16 XMC-Connector supports rear I/O connectivity with VITA46.9 X12d or X8d mapping.

The module conforms to ANSI/VITA 42.0 standard, with a compact form factor of 143.75- x 74-mm and supports the Precision Time Protocol (PTP) per IEEE 1588/802.1AS standards.

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