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Do you want to streamline the way you connect compute modules with a SAN? The HPE Virtual Connect SE 32Gb Fibre Channel Module for HPE Synergy is a SAN interconnect module that simplifies HPE Synergy compute module connections by separating the frame from the SAN. It streamlines the process of connecting HPE Synergy modules to Fibre Channel networks by reducing cables and SAN switch management domain. You can reduce costs and simplify SAN connections, consolidate your network connections, and enable administrators to add, replace, and recover HPE Synergy compute module resources on the fly. It is standards based, looks like a pass-through device to the Fibre Channel network, and yet provides the key benefits of integrated switching including high-performance 32 Gb uplinks to the SAN. The integrated design frees up rack space, and reduces power and cooling requirements while reducing cables and utilizing small form-factor pluggable transmitters.
Are you looking for a higher performance embedded Fibre Channel switch module option for your HPE Synergy Frame?
The Brocade 16 Gb Fibre Channel SAN Switch Module for HPE Synergy represents an easy to manage high performance and scalable Fibre Channel switch module with 16 Gb FC technology. It hot-plugs into the back of the HPE Synergy Frame and its integrated design frees up rack space, enables shared power and cooling, and reduces cabling resulting in significant infrastructure savings. The Power Pack+ SAN management software option enables you to manage data flow to maintain optimized performance. Enhanced trunking support with external switches provides higher bandwidth to enable demanding applications and high density server virtualization. 12 or up to 24 auto-sensing ports support lower bandwidth components for investment protection and an upgrade license enables customers to 'pay as they grow'. The Brocade 16 Gb Switch module saves space, costs and simplifies SAN management.
What if you could connect HPE Synergy primary and satellite interconnect modules with the flexibility to use either copper or optical cables? The HPE Synergy Interconnect Link Cable is designed for the HPE Synergy composable fabric which connects pools of compute resources. It links multiple frames through connecting the primary module to the satellite module. It gives you the flexibility to choose either direct attached copper cable (DAC) or active optical cable (AOC) with different length.
Does limited network bandwidth create a performance bottleneck in your hybrid IT environment?
The Mellanox SH2200 Switch Module for HPE Synergy delivers high-performance, high-speed, low latency 25/50GbE connectivity to each of the Synergy compute nodes, and 40/100GbE to upstream network switches. The module delivers up to 2.8 Tbps switching capacity and 8.4 BPPS throughput for the most demanding data center applications. It offers advanced and comprehensive Layer 2 and Layer 3 feature sets, as well as hardware-based network virtualization support. Network reliability is improved with resilient fabric connectivity to upstream switches using Multi-module LAG (MLAG) technology to reduce single points of failure.
Are you looking to improve the operational velocity of your workloads with next-generation high-performance Fibre Channel (FC) SAN infrastructure? The Brocade 32Gb Fibre Channel SAN Switch Module for HPE Synergy represents a composable and integrated Fibre Channel interconnect module with Gen6 technology that simplifies integration of the HPE Synergy blade chassis into a Storage Area Network (SAN). It provides breakthrough application performance, operational stability, and simplified manageability to meet the stringent business requirements with 32 Gb FC technology for HPE’s Composable Infrastructure. It is ideal for enterprises planning to deploy 32 Gb FC to meet growing bandwidth demands of applications utilizing all-flash storage arrays (AFA) and for customers looking to deploy scalable private cloud storage networks using HPE Synergy. It provides simplified manageability utilizing the Advanced Web Tools for fabric set-up and ongoing maintenance.
Wouldn’t you like to consolidate legacy hierarchical architectures based on north/south design with over-subscription bottlenecks into a flat, east/west architecture to increase data throughput and reduce latency with only a single hop within large domains of virtual machines or HPE Synergy Compute Modules?
The HPE Virtual Connect SE 100Gb Module for Synergy provides the latest performance for your demanding workloads including 25/50 Gb downlink speeds, 100 Gb uplinks, and 16/32 Gb converged Fiber Channel. Its dis-aggregated, rack-scale design uses a primary/satellite architecture to consolidate data center network connections, reduce hardware and scale network bandwidth across multiple HPE Synergy Frames.
The primary module contains intelligent networking capabilities that extends connectivity to satellite frames through Interconnect Link Modules. This decreases top of rack switch needs and substantially reduces costs.
Do you need to simplify the way to connect your compute modules with the SAN? The HPE Virtual Connect SE 16Gb Fibre Channel Module for HPE Synergy is a SAN interconnect that simplifies Synergy Compute Module connections by cleanly separating the frame from the SAN. It simplifies the process of connecting Synergy modules to Fibre Channel networks by reducing cables and your SAN switch management domain, and change Synergy Compute Modules in minutes. You can reduce costs and simplify connections to SANs, consolidate your network connections, and enable administrators to add, replace and recover Synergy Compute Module resources on-the-fly. Standards-based, it looks like a pass-thru device to the Fibre Channel network, yet provides all the key benefits of integrated switching including high performance 16 Gb uplinks to the SAN. The integrated design frees up rack space, reduces power and cooling requirements, while reducing cables and utilizing small form-factor pluggable transmitters.