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M.2 Network Interface Cards (NICs)

M.2, or the next-generation form factor (NGFF) interface, is a specification for internally mounted computer expansion cards and associated connectors. Today’s smaller computing systems, such as micro PCs, mini PCs, and thin clients, are replacing traditional desktop PCs. These new systems often do not have space for standard PCI or PCIe cards, so Transition Networks has created an Ethernet network adapter to provide fiber connectivity using the new M.2 interface.

The M.2 Ethernet Fiber NIC allows the expansion card to be internally mounted in the smaller computing system and provides a secure fiber network connection to the device. It allows users the benefits of increased bandwidth, distance and security provided through fiber-based transmission in their small footprint networking device.

Transition Networks’ M.2 Ethernet Fiber NICs provide the ideal fiber connection solution for new micro, mini and thin client computers. Our NICs are available in Fast Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet versions to support the required network speed and offer a fixed optic LC or SFP (Small Form-Factor Pluggables) connection to provide greater flexibility for your network. View our M.2 NICs below.

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