Do you need an adapter that is big on capability and small on CPU utilization? The HPE Ethernet 10Gb 2-port 524SFP+ Adapter has been designed to efficiently deliver high performance, low latency an minimal CPU utilization by offloading many I/O processing within the adapter. Low latency dramatically improves application performance and frees up CPU resources in the host allowing it to do more important tasks.
Do you need a 10Gb 2-port adapter that is designed to optimize efficiency and improve performance? The HPE Ethernet 10Gb 2-port 548 SFP+ Adapter offers performance, efficiency and security for applications where I/O, block storage, and database performance are critical and the need for maximum virtual machine (VM) density and up-scalability are greatest.
Do you have demanding workloads that require low latency? The HPE Ethernet 100Gb 1-port 842QSFP28 Adapter supports 100 Gb bandwidth that allows more network traffic and thus is ideal for telcos, cloud and service providers. This adapter has security features to keep out rogue updates that could slow you down. Plan for the future and get in the express lane with the 100 Gb adapter.
Is your data center poised to take the next step in Fibre Channel (FC) connectivity?
The explosive growth in enterprise flash storage and the deployment of servers with multi-core processors is driving the need for high performance storage networking to prevent application performance bottlenecks. The FC Host Bus Adapter (HBA) is a critical element of this storage network to improve storage performance
The HPE StoreFabric SN1600E 32Gb Host Bus Adapter delivers the ultimate in high bandwidth, low latency and increased IOPs to meet enterprise application requirement, from online database transaction processing or data warehousing to backup/restore and OpenStack Cinder block storage.
Delivering twice the performance of current 16Gb HBAs, the StoreFabric SN1600E 32Gb FC HBA delivers better business outcomes across multiple industry verticals that rely on high performance, improved reliability Fibre Channel block storage in their storage infrastructures.
Is your data center poised to take the 16 Gb step in Fibre Channel (FC) connectivity?
The growth in enterprise flash storage and the deployment of servers with multi-core processors is driving the need for high performance storage networking to prevent application performance bottlenecks. The FC Host Bus Adapter (HBA) is a critical element of this storage network to improve storage performance.
The HPE StoreFabric SN1200E 16Gb Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapters deliver the high bandwidth, low latency and high IOPs to meet any application requirements, from online transaction processing or data warehousing to backup/restore and OpenStack Cinder block storage.
Supporting higher virtual machine density on powerful host servers, the SN1200E 16Gb HBAs delivers increased ROI on enabling more applications and virtual machines to run on a single server and I/O port without impacting SLAs. The 16 Gb FC HBA is backward compatible with 8 and 4 Gb FC storage networks to protect legacy investments.
HPE StoreFabric Converged Network Adapters (CNAs) are dual port adapters that provide Ethernet, iSCSI, and Fibre Channel (FC) connectivity over 10 GbE/25 GbE using both Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) and Converged Enhanced Ethernet (CEE) standards. By consolidating Ethernet, iSCSI, and Fibre Channel onto a converged adapter, HPE CNAs reduce the number of separate adapters and cables required for your data center and also reduce operational, power, and cooling costs while preserving existing Ethernet and Fibre Channel infrastructure. HPE CNAs have also been thoroughly tested with HPE ProLiant servers and HPE Top of Rack (ToR) switches to help ensure a better HPE FCoE solution for your data center.
Do you want to improve your performance and bandwidth without increasing your hardware complexity?
The HPE Synergy 6810C 25/50Gb Ethernet Adapter provides more than two times the bandwidth compared to 10/20Gb adapters. Therefore, it simplifies hardware implementation by reducing the number of adapters, associated switches and compute modules required to achieve higher bandwidth.
The networking acceleration on this adapter alleviates the CPU utilization, increases the number of virtual machines (VMs) placed on each server, and improves the cloud scale efficiency. Pairing with the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Synergy high-density 50G Ethernet switching solution, this adapter provides high throughput and low latency to implement intelligent and flexible networks.
Do you want to lower latency, increase bandwidth with combined Ethernet and storage capability in your data center? The HPE Ethernet 10/25Gb 2-port 622FLR-SFP28 Converged Network Adapter supports 10GbE and 25GbE bandwidth along with the capability to support storage offloads and universal remote direct memory access (RDMA) protocols. This adapter has been designed with features that offload I/O processing to the adapter, reducing CPU overhead and efficiently deliver high performance and low latency network and storage connectivity. Freeing up CPU resources in the host allows for supporting more important tasks.
Are you looking for a cost effective and seamless transition to 10Gb connectivity with proven security features in your data center? The HPE Ethernet 10Gb 2-port 521T Adapter utilizes existing CAT 6A cabling and is backward compatible to 1GBASE-T infrastructure. This allows you to future-proof your server I/O connectivity and enable you to seamlessly transition from 1GbE to 10GbE connections. This adapter protects applications, data and server infrastructure from cyber-attacks by authenticating digitally signed firmware via a Root of Trust architecture. In addition, they offer Secure Boot, Device-level Firewall and other advanced security features.
Are you looking for a simple way to migrate to 10G high performance data center with low cost and low power in your data center? The HPE Ethernet 10Gb 2-port 562 Adapters deliver high performance and low latency for Ethernet traffic to and from the server with minimal CPU resources required. Processing of I/O packets on the adapter frees up CPU to do other more important tasks. For environments such as Telco/NFV, high-performance computing (HPC) and ecommerce that deal with large volumes of small packet traffic, these adapters accelerate small packet processing by bypassing processing in the host O/S kernel.