Lanner Electronics rolled out the FW-7580 network appliance. The FW-7580 system features the Intel G41 Chipset, 7 network ports, PCIe (x)8 expansion slot, and up to 8Gb of RAM. With high port density and a max speed of 3.0 GHz, the FW-7580 is ideal as a network communication platform. With the Intel G41 + ICH7R chipset, the FW-7580 is an appliance that can support these Intel processors: the Intel Core 2 Duo, Pentium D, Celeron Processors with the LGA 775 socket. The FW-7580 is available today.
Lanner Electronics FW-7580 Network Appliance Features
- Pick the Processor
This platform is built around the Intel G41 chipset and supports a variety of different Intel processors. By choosing the processor, the FW-7580 is customizable enough to suit specific application situations.
- High Port Density
The FW-7580 comes with 1 FE and 6 GbE ethernet ports. With one pair able to be an abnormal state packet bypass.
- Up to 8 Gb of Memory
With 2 additional 240p DIMM slots this network appliance can hold a maximum 8 Gigabytes of RAM.
- PCI-E Expansion
The PCI-E expansion slot using the (x)8 lane architecture, ensures that this network communication appliance can be personalized to support any network needs.
For networking and high density packet delivery there are 7 onboard Ethernet ports, with 1 pair enabled to support a bypass function. The Intel 82574L controls 6 of the ports, while the Intel FW 82562DM controls the other. Other ports include Console and 2 USB 2.0 ports.
The FW-7580 is a 1U appliance that has a maximum capacity of 8Gb of memory from 2 200 pin SoDimm slots. It comes with a PCIe expansion slot with (x)8 lane architecture. There is one 2.5″ hard drive bay supported by 2 Serial ATA posts and one Compact Flash connection. It is compatible with Windows, Linux, Open BSD, and Free BSD.
More info: Lanner Electronics (pdf)