FLEXFABRIC 526FLR-SFP+ 10GB 2P, Academic Discount | Education Discount at JourneyEd.com
Hewlett-Packard (HP)
Product ID: 1677726 | Mfg Part #: 684219-B21

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The HP FlexFabric 10Gb 2-port 526FLR-SFP+ Converged Network Adapter is a low cost, low power dual port PCIe v2.0 x8 lane adapter designed for use in HP ProLiant Gen8 rack and scalable servers. The HP 526FLR-SFP+ addresses the demanding needs of the next-generation data center by by combining the concurrent functionality of a NIC (Ethernet), iSCSI, and Fibre Channel onto a single converged network adapter reducing the number of adapters and cables; reducing acquisition and operational costs.

The ability to concurrently run LAN, iSCSI and FCoE traffic provides HP customers with flexibility and scalability; thus reducing the cabling and configuration complexities of multiple adapters. The HP 526FLR-SFP+ CNA enables connections with Direct Attach Copper cables as well as SR fiber optic modules.

The HP 526FLR-SFP+ supports networking features such as VLAN tagging, Low latency interrupts, TCP/IP checksum offloading, MSI-X, NIC teaming (bonding), RSS, WOL, jumbo frames and PXE boot.

What's new
  • Dual-port PCIe 2.0, x8 lane 10Gb Converged Network Adapter utilizes QLogic P3+ controller, designed for HP ProLiant Gen8 DL/SL servers, provides up to 40Gb/s bi-directional near line rate throughput
  • Optimized for I/O convergence and scalability with concurrent protocol capability for LAN, iSCSI and FCoE traffic on each port.
  • Enhanced virtualization feature suite supporting NetQueue and VMQ

Dual-port 10Gb CNA PCIe Gen 2.0 , x8 lane adapter designed for maximum network performance.

20 Gbps full duplex Ethernet transfer rate per port (40 Gbps aggregate), with SFP+ cages allowing use of Direct Attach copper and SR fiber optic modules

Supports Wake-on-LAN (WOL), has PXE , MSI/MSI-X support, Teaming, IPv6

Adapter supports HP Sea of Sensors 3D Technology

New I/O technologies reduce system power, increases I/O performance and reduces I/O latency.