NE1000


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NE1000

An 8-bit Ethernet network adapter from Novell that became a de facto standard. Many earlier Ethernet adapters were NE1000 compatible. The NE2000 is the 16-bit version.
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Simena's engineers have created NE1000 to help users to modify the content and transmission characteristics of data packets at gigabit true wire speed in its rack mountable, 1U high, 15" deep chassis.
Beame & Whiteside's BW-BOOTP supports more than 90 percent of the network adapters on the market, including NE2000 and NE1000 adapters, 3Com, Intel, Racal Interlan, and others.
BW-BOOTP supports more than 90 percent of network adapters on the market, including NE2000-compatible adapters, NE1000 and NE2000 adapters, 3Com, Intel, Racal Interlan, and others; more than 39 Ethernet adapters have been proven compatible to date.