IEEE 802.3 25 Gbit/s Ethernet
IEEE 802.3 10 Gbit/s Ethernet
|Type of physical interface||SFP28|
|Number of physical interfaces||2 ports|
|Supported pluggable modules||
Note: Which of the supported modules are relevant depends on the link speeds supported by software (see 6)
For information on modules that have been qualified by Napatech for use with the SmartNIC, see accessories.napatech.com.
|Bus type||PCI Express Gen3|
|Bus speed||8 GT/s|
|PCIe controller||Based on a PCIe IP core integrated in the FPGA|
|Data transfer mode||Memory write or memory read transactions|
|Data width||Support for 32/64-bit addressing and data width|
|Interrupt||Support for Message Signaled Interrupts (MSI) or legacy interrupts|
This list shows the PCIe standard dimensions:
- 1/2-length: 167.65 mm (6.600 inches)
- Half-height: 68.90 mm (2.731 inches)
- Top: 14.47 mm (0.570 inches)
- Bottom: 2.67 mm (0.105 inches)
–5 °C to 55 °C (23 °F to 131 °F) measured around the SmartNIC.
Note: The SmartNIC requires a laminar air flow along the board for operation up to 55 °C.
Operating relative humidity
5% to 85%
|MTBF||991,182 hours (113 years)|
|Standard||According to UTE C 80-810|
This table shows the power consumption for an NT50B01 SmartNIC including 2 pluggable modules.
|Port Speed||Power consumption [in W]|
|NT50B01 2 × 10 Gbit/s||25|
|NT50B01 2 × 25 Gbit/s||30|
Power is measured with capture of a stream with 80% load of 300-byte frames. A sustaining load of 80% with 300-byte frames is representative for maximum real-life scenario.
The SmartNIC is Class III equipment for supply by SELV circuits only.
|Port numbers||0 and 1|
|Flash||Supports two boot images|
|Memory||10 GB DDR4 RAM|
|Memory details||Two standard 80-bit DDR4-2666 RAM banks|
The expansion connector is reserved for future use.
|Connector||One 100-pin expansion connector. The expansion connector contains 16 serial high-speed links running at up to 28 Gbit/s. This provides a total maximum bidirectional bandwidth of 896 Gbit/s.|