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Ethernet

Informatics A high speed LAN hardware standard for communicating among PCs, which can link up to 1024 nodes in a bus network. See Local area network, Packet swltching. Cf Fiber distributed data interface.
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The data distribution virtual machine can be used to replicate the data captured by the intelligent network adapter to each virtual machine that requires that data.
As the prospect walks around a particular building, a network adapter card in his PDA links to access points in and around that building, which pinpoints the student's exact Location and feeds the device data accordingly.
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Unfortunately, at the time of this writing, not many instruments are equipped with network adapters. Because of all the benefits of TCP/IP and the low price of network adapter hardware, it is almost certain that more instrument manufacturers will add TCP/IP network interfaces to their devices.
This announcement follows the recent launch of the Napatech Time Synchronization Endpoint (NTTSE) product, which provides retrofitted support for IEEE 15888 PTP time synchronization for existing Napatech network adapter installations.
Napatech, a provider of intelligent adapters for network analysis, said today that it has introduced a new four-port 10 GbE intelligent network adapter.
(Nasdaq:QLGC) has announced that it leads the 10GbE converged network adapter market according to new data published by the Dell'Oro Group in its Q2 2010 market report -- the first credible, independent source to track converged network adapter market share.
Argon Technology has debuted their newest product, a fully managed Gigabit Ethernet PCI Network Adapter. The EN-ProG2000 gives network administrators the full benefit of network booting and remote client management.
More, RISme 3.0 also includes a new Universal NDIS2 driver that eliminates one of the most common problems with RIS limited support for network adapters. RISme is compatible with any network adapter that supports the Preboot eXecution Environment (PXE).
Unlike Fibre Channel, iSCSI also provides system-level elegance since it does not require a separate network adapter. Specifically, because the protocol is built on top of Ethernet, the same adapter can service both networking and storage traffic simultaneously.
* R5232 ASCII Serial Interface Module (I734-232ASC)--a single-channel R5232 interface, which, coupled with a network adapter, is said to provide a cost-effective interface connecting devices such as bar code readers, label printers, or Allen-Bradley data liners to DeviceNet.

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