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HPE Ethernet 10Gb 2-port 562FLR-SFP+ Adapter

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The HPE Ethernet 10Gb 2-port 562FLR-SFP+ adapter, featuring the next generation of 10Gb Ethernet integration offering a single chip solution on a FlexibleLOM form factor, further reducing power requirements for 2 ports of 10Gb Ethernet. It is designed for use with HPE ProLiant Gen9 Rack and Scale-Out servers.

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Compatible with

  • XenServer 6.2
  • XenServer 6.5
  • XenServer 7.0

Compatibility

  • Citrix Hypervisor (XenServer)

Product Details

The HPE Ethernet 10Gb 2-port 562FLR-SFP+ adapter, featuring the next generation of 10Gb Ethernet integration offering a single chip solution on a FlexibleLOM form factor, further reducing power requirements for 2 ports of 10Gb Ethernet. It is designed for use with HPE ProLiant Gen9 Rack and Scale-Out servers.

The HPE 562FLR dual-port design is ideal for high performance computing, server virtualization, security, server consolidation, and other applications requiring highest throughput. The total aggregate throughput of 20Gb meets the needs for customers desiring highest bandwidth.

The HPE 562FLR supports SR-IOV and enterprise class features such as Receive Side Scaling (RSS), Jumbo frames, PXE boot, Checksum and segmentation offload, and time stamping (IEEE 1588) along with virtualization features such as Microsoft VMQ and Intel Virtualization Technology for Connectivity (VT-c).

Features

Better I/O Performance in Virtualized Server Environments

  • Reduces I/O bottlenecks by providing intelligent offloads for networking traffic per virtual machine (VM), enabling near-native performance and VM scalability.
  • The single-root I/O virtualization (SR-IOV) allows an I/O device to be shared by multiple Virtual Machines (VMs), without losing runtime performance.
  • Dual-port PCIe 3.0,x8 lane 10Gb, designed for HP ProLiant Gen9 Rack/Tower and Density.
  • Data Plane Developer Kit (DPDK) optimized for efficient packet processing.

Network virtualization is the Next Big Trend in Creating an Agile Data Center

  • Provides stateless offloads that preserve application performance for overlay networks. With these offloads it is possible to distribute network traffic across CPU cores.
  • VXLAN and NVGRE Offloads for stateless offloads preserves application performance for overlay networks and makes it possible to distribute network traffic across CPU cores.
  • Better small packet performance for network appliances and Network Function Virtualization (NFV).
  • Optimized servers providing up to 40Gb/s bi-directional near line rate throughput.