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HP FDR InfiniBand Dual QSFP Ported PCIe 3.0, 5 GT/sec HCA based on the Mellanox ConnectX-3 chip The next generation of HP ... Read More
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HP FDR InfiniBand Dual QSFP Ported PCIe 3.0, 5 GT/sec HCA based on the Mellanox ConnectX-3 chip
The next generation of HP Infiniband/Ethernet Adapters for select HP ProLiant SL, DL and ML servers, consists of three adapters, two with a new ALOM form factor known as FlexibleLOM for Racks (FLR), and one PCIe card: • HP Infiniband FDR/Ethernet 10Gb/40Gb 2P 544FLR-QSFP Adapter • HP Infiniband QDR/Ethernet 10Gb 2P 544FLR-QSFP Adapter • HP Infiniband FDR/Ethernet 10Gb/40Gb 2P 544QSFP Adapter Based on next-generation Mellanox ConnectX-3 technology and PCI Express 3.0 for unprecedented scalability and fabric flexibility, they can all function as a dual ported InfiniBand card, a dual ported Ethernet card, or a mixed function card. Together with the next generation of HP Infiniband FDR edge switches, they deliver low-latency InfiniBand bandwidth, up to 56 Gb/s Fourteen Data Rate (FDR) or up to 40 Gb/s Quad Data Rate (QDR), for performance driven server and storage clustering applications in High Performance Computing (HPC) and enterprise data centers.
- Next Generation InfiniBand/Ethernet Adapters for Select HP ProLiant SL, DL, and ML Servers.
Performance driven ConnectX-3 architecture for InfiniBand bandwidth up to 56 Gb/s (FDR), Ethernet bandwidth up 40 Gb/s, and reduced application latency for either InfiniBand or Ethernet operation. PCI Express 3.0 x8. Maximum effective network bandwidth through hardware-based traffic segregation (Qos) and congestion control. Low latency 10, 20, or 40 Gb/s Ethernet for FSI environments. Low power requirements, low cost per Gb/s bandwidth.