Xgig High Density 10GbE Load Tester Solution
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Xgig High Density 10GbE Load Tester Solution

The High Density 10G Etherent/FCoE Load Tester provides the industry’s highest port density, up to 32 ports in a single 3U chassis, for developers to verify the reliability and functionality of 10G converged Ethernet network equipment.


The Xgig High Density 10G Ethernet/FCoE Load Tester is a flexible, modular test solution used to verify performance and reliability of converged Ethernet networks. This single 3U chassis contains 8 to 32 ports making this the industry’s highest port density compared to previous generations of load testers. Focusing on converged Ethernet/unified fabric and FCoE network testing, this function offers sophisticated layer 2-3 functional verification and network performance tests.  The additional capture buffer available to each load tester can be used to monitor and analyze the health of the links and devices’ control plane.


  • Complete functional and performance testing
  • Comprehensive Ethernet and FCoE statistics
  • Custom frame generation and analysis
  • Full FCoE and DCB support
  • Accelerated test efficiency through automated testing


  • Verify performance, reliability, and interoperability of network adapters, switches, and routers
  • Perform complete protocol-specific testing for converged networks, including storage applications, DCB networks, and LAN Ethernet
  • FCoE topologies in combination to FC SAN
  • DCB verifications include Priority Flow Control test, ETS test, and DCBX verification

Key Features

  • Offers industry’s highest port density (32 ports in a 3U chassis) and low per port cost
  • Unified tool for SAN, LAN, and converged Ethernet testing
  • Accelerates development and benchmarking of network devices with the most comprehensive suite of protocol test tools in the industry
  • Flexible traffic pattern generation at and above full line rate with thousands of streams, pending exchanges, and error generation capabilities
  • Extensive statistical reporting with error counters
  • Capture with standard Xgig trace format