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Are you looking for next-generation Fibre Channel (FC) adapter for the Modern Data Center?
The HPE SN1610E 32Gb FC Host Bus Adapters (HBA) are designed for demanding mission-critical workloads and emerging applications. Applications continue to grow in size and scale. To support them, enterprises are increasingly turning to new server technologies that contain hundreds of processor cores, as well as high-performance storage solutions, including low-latency Non-volatile Memory Express (NVMe), and all-flash arrays (AFAs). NVMe can significantly increase the performance of storage area networks (SANs), making the selection of high-speed networking technology the critical element for achieving maximum system-wide performance.
Compared to the previous generation, the HPE SN1610E FC HBAs offers higher bandwidth, better latency, enhanced security, and operational efficiency for 32 Gigabit Fiber Channel (GFC). It provides seamless backward compatibility to 16 GFC and 8 GFC networks.
Do you need edge acceleration in your data center?
The Pensando Distributed Services Platform for Hewlett Packard Enterprise servers provides a powerful suite of software-defined services_like firewall, encryption, and tunnelling directly to the server which dramatically boosts network and security performance by moving those services to the server edge, where the transition between network and server occurs
This revolutionary approach eliminates the need for an assortment of discrete appliances throughout the data center by integrating networking and security functions into a single device residing in a single server, tightly coupling policies to just that server and its users. No longer are server and user demands queuing behind unrelated demands on shared appliances. Coincidentally, because the functions are resourced at the server edge, performance and capacity scaling are incremental, observability is pervasive and granular, and latency is significantly reduced.