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Intel® Ethernet Switch FM6000 Series

The Intel® Ethernet Switch FM5000/FM6000 Series are a family of fully integrated wire-speed 10/40 Gbps Ethernet switch silicon. The Intel® Ethernet Switch FM5000/FM6000 supports enhanced features critical for today’s high performance switching environments: low latency, scalability, L3 routing, MPLS, NAT, priority flow control, enhanced transmission selection, as well as support for TRILL, VxLAN, NVGRE and DCBx. The Intel® Ethernet Switch FM5000/FM6000 Series supports up to 64 10 GbE Ethernet ports and the ability to group ports as 40 GbE MLD uplinks. The Intel® Ethernet Switch FM5000/FM6000 delivers tremendous flexibility using the advanced Intel® Flexpipe™ technology, while maintaining the best-in-class latency and throughput demonstrated by the Intel® Ethernet Switch FM2000 and FM4000 silicon product lines.

 

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Features and Specifications 

Intel® Ethernet Switch FM5224

Intel® Ethernet Switch FM6300

Intel® Ethernet Switch FM6700

Maximum bandwidth

240 Gbps

640 Gbps

640 Gbps

Maximum SGMII ports 

72

72

72

Maximum XAUI ports 

2

24

24

Maximum 10G KR ports 

8

64

64

Maximum 40G KR4 ports 

2

16

16

Cut-through latency 

400 nS

400 nS

400 nS

Frame processing rate 

360 Mpps

960 Mpps

960 Mpps

Shared packet memory size 

8 MB

8 MB

8 MB

Traffic classes 

8

8

8

MAC table size 

64K

64K

64K

ACL rules 

24K

24K

24K

IPv4/IPv6 routes 

64K/16K

64K/16K

64K/16K

Intel® Flexpipe™ technology 

Yes

Yes

Yes

Advanced load balancing 

Yes

Yes

Yes

CEE/DCB features

Yes

Yes

Yes

Server virtualization support 

Yes

Yes

Yes

Advanced tunneling features 

No

Yes

Yes

SDN support

No

No

Yes

CPU interface

PCIe*, EBI

PCIe gen2

PCIe gen2

Target applications

Micro servers

Data center top of rack switch, network appliances, and video distribution.

Data center and communications infrastructure supporting software defined networking