ExaNIC & ExaLINK Ethernet Solutions

Exablaze designs low latency network cards and switches, perfect solution for high frequency trading & data centres that require ultra-low latency.

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A a combined Precision Time Protocol (PTP) Grandmaster and ultra low latency network card

  • Dual SFP+ ports
  • Onboard GNSS receiver
  • IPv4 and PTP Ethertype operation
  • Up to 128 Slaves

Sub-Micro TCP Half RTT Dual-Port 10GbE Network Interface Card

  • Typical latency, raw frames:
    60 bytes: 780ns
    300 bytes: 1μs
  • Typical latency, UDP:
    14 bytes: 880ns
    300 bytes: 1.2μs
  • Typical latency, TCP:
    14 bytes: 930ns
    300 bytes: 1.2μs

 

Sub-Micro TCP Half RTT Dual-Port 10/40GbE Network Interface Card

  • Typical latency, raw frames:
    60 bytes: 800ns
    300 bytes: 1.02μs
  •  Typical latency, UDP:
    14 bytes: 900ns
    300 bytes: 1.22μs
  • Typical latency, TCP:
    14 bytes: 950ns
    300 bytes: 1.22μs

Sub-Micro Latency Quad-Port 10GbE Network Interface Card

  • Typical latency, raw frames:
    60 bytes: 950ns
    300 bytes: 1.2μs
  • Typical latency, UDP:
    12 bytes: 1.1μs
    300 bytes: 1.4μs
  • Typical latency, TCP:
    12 bytes: 1.1μs
    300 bytes: 1.4μs

Sub-Micro Latency Dual-Port 10GbE Network Interface Card

  • Typical latency, raw frames:
    60 bytes: 950ns
    300 bytes: 1.2μs
  • Typical latency, UDP:
    12 bytes: 1.1μs
    300 bytes: 1.4μs
  • Typical latency, TCP:
    12 bytes: 1.1μs
    300 bytes: 1.4μs

Ultra Low Latency 50-Port Layer 1 Matrix Switch

  • Port-to-port latency:
    Minimum 2.4ns, maximum 4.6ns, typical 3.4ns
  • Fiber-to-fiber latency (with Finisar FTLX8571 transceivers):
    Minimum 3.3ns, maximum 5.5ns, typical 4.3ns

Ultra-Low Latency FPGA Development Kit for the ExaNIC

  • Opens up the ExaNIC FPGA, allowing customers to take advantage of Exablaze’s ultra-low latency 10GbE, 1GbE and DMA IP
  • By offloading latency critical parts of an application onto the FPGA, customers can eliminate the PCIe bus overhead and achieve true bump-in-the-wire latencies.

Introducing The World’s Fastest Layer 2+ Switch

  • Patch together any two ports, or fan out multicast data with less than 5 ns latency
  • Connect multiple servers to a single uplink port with 95 ns of port to port latency
  • Switch packets at Layer 2 with 110 ns of latency, and a subset of full Layer 3 functionality