WIN Enterprises: 1U rack-mounted system with 16-core Intel Atom C3000

WIN Enterprises announces the PL-81270. The PL-81270 is 1U rack-mounted appliance that features the Intel Atom C3000 processor and Intel QuickAssist to deliver high performance in multi-threaded networking applications. The processor utilizes up to 16 processing cores. The PL-81270 supports 2x 25G ZSFP+ or 2x 10G SFP+, 10x copper GbE with bypass.  Adding advanced network modules adds additional ports such as 2x 25G ZSFP+, 4x 10G SFP+, 8x GbE.

The PL-81270 offers high performance and system responsiveness at economical costs with the Intel Atom C3000 Processor. The system supports four DDR4 ECC RDIMM/LRDIMM (up to 2400 MHz) and maximum memory capacity of up to 256GB. The PL-81270 is flexibly supports NIC modules such as 25G ZSFP+, 10G SFP+, GbE SFP and GbE Gne. 4 BYPASS functions are supported. The PL-81270 supports economical eMMC 5.0; 1x SATA 3.5” or 2.5” HDDs/SSDs and onboard CompactFlash slot. Applications include: vCPE, uCPE, SD-WAN, SD-Security, Firewall/UTM, Gateway, Router, Edge Network Server, and more.


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