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Quad port 1gbe bl-c adapter
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Standard Features
High Availability
Interrupt Coalescence
Dual Address Cycles
Quad port
Redundant adapters
ProLiant Network Adapter
HP branded hardware options qualified for BladeSystem c-Class and p-Class servers are covered by a
global limited warranty and supported by HP Services and a worldwide network of HP Authorized Channel
Partners. The HP branded hardware option diagnostic support and repair is available for one year from
date of purchase, or the length of the server they are attached to, whichever is greater. Support for
software and initial setup is available for 90 days from date of purchase. Additional support may be
covered under the warranty or available for an additional fee. Enhancements to warranty services are
available through HP Care Pack services or customized service agreements.
Additional information regarding worldwide limited warranty and technical support is available at:
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HP NC364m Quad Port 1GbE BL-c Adapter
offloading from the CPU to the network adapter.
Large send offload (LSO) or TCP segmentation offload (TSO) allows the
TCP segmentation to be handled by the adapter rather than the CPU.
Interrupt coalescing (interrupt moderation) groups multiple packets, thereby
reducing the number of interrupts sent to the host. This process optimizes
host efficiency, leaving the CPU available for other duties.
Dual address cycles (DAC) provide the ability to address memory above 4 GB
and improve system performance by preventing the server operating system
from performing a buffer copy from below 4 GB to above 4 GB.
The four ports on the NC364m are transmitted to up to four separate
enclosure interconnect bays providing redundant signal paths.
With multiple quad port adapters supported per server connected to up to two
redundant pairs of interconnect modules per enclosure, a very wide variety of
high availability I/O configurations are possible.
ProLiant Network Adapter Teaming provides fault tolerance and load
balancing across a team of two or more network adapters. The team of
adapters works together as a single virtual adapter. Support for several
different types of teaming is included. Teaming offers IT professionals an
easy, efficient, and cost-effective way to provide network fault tolerance and
increased network bandwidth. For more information, refer to the ProLiant
Network Adapter Teaming Whitepaper available at
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