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ULi PCI Fast Ethernet Controller
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Applies to:

Uli M1575 PCI Express Controller

Author/Supplier:

NVIDIA

Category:

Chipsets

Requirements:

Windows XP 32/64-bit, Windows Vista 32-bit

File Size:

10.1 MB

File Name:

ULi-Integrated220.zip

Release Date:

N/A

Version:

N/A

Last Updated:

01.05.12

Rating:


4
/5 from 20 reviews.

Specifications:

  • Bus Interface: PCI Express
  • RAID 0, 1, 0+1, 5, JBOD Support
  • Built-in Real Time Clock: Yes
  • SATA II (3 GB/sec data rate) Support
  • Programmable Channels: 7

Description:

Uli M1575 PCI Fast Ethernet Controller is a South Bridge chipset that seamlessly supports PCI Express bus architecture. The product offers out of the box compatibility with SATA II (3 Gb/sec) data transfer technology. It features a Direct Memory Access (DMA) Controller, which provides 7 programmable memory channels (for 8-bit systems, only 4 channels are provided). The built-in Interrupt Controller offers 14 interrupt channels. The product supports Plug and Play audio controller, and offers support for Intel HD Audio technology. The chipset provides host controllers capable of supporting as many as 8 USB ports. It also offers a 1/10/100 Mb/sec MAC controller, which can support networks set up utilizing Ethernet technology.

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Ethernet technology was originally developed in 1973-1974, and introduced commercially in 1980 as a standard. Because it could be deployed using cheaper technologies, it largely replaced other competing technologies like Token Ring or Token Bus. As speeds grew to 100 Mb/sec, the various standards that carried data at such speeds were bundled under the name of Fast Ethernet. Fast Ethernet uses optical fiber cables to achieve such high speeds. This technology is also sometimes called 100BASE-X, where the 100 refers to its 100 Mb/sec speed, ?BASE? means baseband signalling and X is a placeholder for both FX and TX.