Product Id: 26864709
Description: HPE 560FLR-SFP+ - Network adapter - PCIe 2.0 x8 - 10Gb Ethernet x 2 - for Apollo 4520 Gen9; ProLiant DL20 Gen9, XL230a Gen9; SimpliVity 380 Gen9; StoreEasy 3850
Mfr Part #: 665243-B21
Do you need a 10GbE Adapter ideal for server virtualization, consolidating LAN and SAN, video applications, network segmentation and High Performance Computing (HPC)? The HPE Ethernet 10Gb 2-port 560 FLR-SFP+ FlexibleLOM adapter features low cost, low power dual port PCIe v2.0 x8 lane adapter designed for use in HPE ProLiant Gen8 Rack and scalable servers. The HPE 560FLR-SFP+ addresses the demanding needs of the next-generation data center by providing unmatched features for virtualization and scalability to keep up with the HPE ProLiant Gen8 server platform, with the proven and reliable performance HPE customers have come to expect. The HPE 560FLR-SFP+ adapter enables connections with Direct Attach Copper cables as well as SR fiber optic modules. The HPE 560FLR-SFP+ supports high performance networking features such as VLAN tagging, low latency interrupts, TCP and UDP checksum offloading, MSI-X, NIC teaming (bonding), Receive Side Scaling (RSS), WOL, jumbo frames, PXE boot and virtualization features and is SR-IOV ready.
- 20 Gb/s full duplex Ethernet transfer rate per port (40 Gb/s aggregate) with SFP+ cages allows use of Direct Attach copper and SR fiber optic modules.
- Dual-port 10 Gb Ethernet PCIe Gen 2.0, x8 Lane Adapter Designed for Maximum Network Performance
20 Gb/s full duplex Ethernet transfer rate per port (40 Gb/s aggregate) with SFP+ cages allows use of Direct Attach copper and SR fiber optic modules.
Intel Virtualization Technology for Connectivity (VT-c) with VMDq and SR-IOV supports VMware NetQueue and Microsoft VMQ helping to meet the performance demands of consolidated virtual workloads.
Supports Wake-on-LAN (WOL) at 1Gb and has PXE , MSI-X support, Teaming, and IPv6.
Adapter supports Hewlett Packard Enterprise Sea of Sensors 3D Technology.
New I/O technologies reduce system power, increases I/O performance and reduces I/O latency.