Intel® Atom C3000 (Denverton-NS) fanless system for SD-WAN Network Appliance, 2 x DDR4 SO-DIMM up to 32GB, 6 x RJ45 GbE, 2 x SFP, 2 x M.2 B key for LTE/5G module with 4x SIM cards, and mPCIe for WiFi module
Intel® Atom C3000 (Denverton-NS) fanless system for SD-WAN Network Appliance, SCB-6990 features a rugged fanless design suitable for industrial and unprepared locations, with specialized SKUs supporting wide-temperature deployments with processors up to 25w TDP. A multitude of connectivity options are supported; in addition to the standard 6x 1GbE RJ45 and 2x 1GbE SFP connectors, there are 1x slot for WIFI modules and 2x slots for cellular modules that can support the new WIFI6 standard and 4x 5G SIMs to offer maximum redundancy to your business network. AEWIN software engineers optimized the DPDK toolkit for the SCB-6990 to offer line-rate performance for 64B frame size in DPDK L3fwd testing. It offers packet forwarding performance suitable for network links with additional bandwith from multiple commodity network connections.
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