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The HPE SN1700Q 64Gb Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapters provide customers choice in the high-performance data connectivity family. The HPE 64 Gb Host Bus Adapters connect enterprise compute and storage resources within a data center environment. FC HBAs are the connecting point for all the SAN infrastructure components to a higher level of performance and efficiency with the ability to deliver twice the bandwidth performance of 32G FC HBAs, higher I/Os, and lower latency.
A 64 Gb HBA purchased today is backward compatible with 32 Gb and 16 Gb storage networks while protecting future investments. This level of compatibility support enables phased planning of servers, storage networking, and storage upgrades as needed.
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The HPE SN1700Q 64Gb Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter is a high performing network component, designed to complement updated/outdated compute deployments, especially if the workload relies on substantial I/O requirements like databases or virtual servers.
Speed up applications with more modern, high-performance HBAs as your deployment needs change. This model can handle peak workload I/O spikes better, both now and in the future.
HPE SN1700Q 64 Gb Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapters can improve storage performance by preventing solid state storage arrays from overrunning slower networks.
Get more from new servers by preventing bottlenecked storage networks.
Embrace flexibility in mixed performance environments with the HPE SN1700Q 64Gb Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter, allowing you to budget or model a phased upgrade approach.
Upgrade older components as your budget allows; these HBAs are designed to be mixed in combinations of 64 Gb, 32 Gb, and 16 Gb components.
Disk arrays like the HPE Alletra Storage Array have the highest availability at 100%. Match the array with a redundant network path design to reduce the probability of network failures impacting the storage array’s availability.
Best practices dual networking path requirement is fully implemented when two sets of all networking components are present: HBAs, switches, cables, and SFPs (optics).
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