M.2 Fast Ethernet Fibre Network Interface Card
for Dell micro PCs and thin clients
The Transition Networks M.2 Fast Ethernet Fibre Network Interface Card (NIC) is a device that helps certain types of for Dell micro PCs and Wyse thin clients connect to the internet using fibre. This is important for small computing devices to have a secure and fast data connection. The NIC has options for both Fast Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet, so you can choose the best speed for your needs. It uses an M.2 interface and is easy to set up with low resource usage. The NIC also helps with remote computer diagnostics and repairs, and can handle big data transfers efficiently. It is made up of a small card that fits into the computer, a fibre optic adapter that connects to the computer’s option port, and a cable that links the card and adapter together.
M.2 Fast Ethernet Fibre Network Interface Card for Dell micro PCs and thin clients
The Transition Networks M.2 Fast Ethernet Fibre Network Interface Card (NIC) is designed to provide fibre connectivity to certain types of Dell OptiPlex and Wyse Series Thin Clients. The NIC provides a secure fibre connection, which is critical for small computing devices, and ensures that the specified micro PCs and thin clients have a reliable and fast data connection. The NIC complies with standard Ethernet specifications and is available in both Fast Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet versions, providing flexibility for fibre connections. The NIC uses an A+E keyed M.2 interface, which frees up the B+M keyed M.2 interface to be used for SSD, thereby offering increased flexibility. The NIC supports industry standard protocols, such as PXE boot, and is easily implemented with low use of resources. The NIC also supports UEFI, which allows for remote diagnostics and repair of computers, even when there is no operating system installed. Additionally, the NIC supports jumbo frames, which minimize processing time, and supports IPv6, which relieves IP address exhaustion and facilitates route aggregation.
Key Features and Benefits:
- Internally mounted in small computing devices
- Complies with IEEE 802.3-2012
- Fast Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet versions available
- Use of A+E keyed M.2 interface
- Supports PXE boot
- Supports UEFI
- Supports jumbo frames
- Supports IPv6