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Hp ethernet 1gb 2-port 361t adapter
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Standard Features
Optimized for
IEEE 1588 & 802.1AS
Power Management
Intel® Integrated I/O with
Data Direct I/O
PXE Boot
HP Sea of Sensors 3D
I/O Virtualization support for Intel's Virtual Machine Device Queues (VMDq), VMware NetQueue and
Microsoft VMQ help meet the performance demands of consolidated virtual workloads.
Compliant with Single-Root I/O Virtualization (SR-IOV), accommodating multiple Virtual Machines (VMs) to
share single PCIe resources. The device is capable of SR-IOV, and requires Firmware, Software and OS
Hardware assist for IEEE 1588 and IEEE 802.1AS time synchronization implementations for time sensitive
The 361T supports latest power management technologies such as Energy Efficient Ethernet & DMA
Energy Efficient Ethernet: Compliant with IEEE 802.3az, featuring advanced power savings
features throttles power usage with network load activity.
DMA Coalescing: Supports DMA Coalescing, the incoming data packets and interrupts associated
with these DMA calls are intelligently batched to keep the system devices in lower power states.
New on HP ProLiant Gen8 servers, Intel® Integrated I/O features reduces memory access from I/O on local
socket which speeds up CPU data transfer and accelerates inbound and outbound traffic flows. Together,
Integrated I/O and Data Direct I/O technologies reduce system power, increases I/O performance and
reduced I/O latency.
Support for pre-boot execution environment (PXE) enables automatic deployment of computing resources
remotely from anywhere. It allows a new or existing server to boot over the network and download
software, including the operating system, from a management/ deployment server at another location on
the network. Additionally, PXE enables decentralized software distribution and remote troubleshooting
and repairs.
Linux boot via PXE or BOOTP, Windows Deployment Services, or UEFI which allows networked computer to
boot using a program code image supplied by a remote server. It complies with the Pre-boot eXecution
Environment (PXE) Version 2.1 specification.
Support for HP Sea of Sensors 3D Technology which is a collection of 32 sensors that automatically track
thermal activity - heat - across the server. When temperatures get too high, sensors can kick on fans and
make other adjustments to reduce energy usage. What makes it better is the upgrade from all six fans
kicking on at one time to a new system where only one kicks on - the one in proximity of the area that
started heating up - thus reducing the amount of energy used for cooling.
DA - 14334 North America — Version 8 — October 11, 2013
HP Ethernet 1Gb 2-port 361T Adapter
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