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Standard Features - HP 570FLR-SFP Specification

Ethernet 10gb 2-port adapter


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Standard Features

Product Features
Dual-port 10 Gigabit
Ethernet Throughput
PCI Express Interface
Jumbo Frames
TCP/IP Stateless
MSI and MSI-X & Interupt
Supports Open-Onload® high-performance user-level network stack for Linux
Industry-leading throughput and latency performance
Up to 40Gb/s bi-directional near line rate throughput
Hardware acceleration TCP/IP/UDP stateless intelligent offloads
SR-IOV capable in hardware (requires server FW, SW and OS support)
PXE, Jumbo Frames, Checksum & Segmentation Offload, IPv6 and RSS
On board temperature monitor
Standard server operating system support
Standard NC series option kit warranty, support, services
Field replaceable and upgradeable
Preboot eXecution Environment (PXE) enabled
Integrated PHY and MAC
The 20,000 Mbps full duplex Ethernet transfer rate per port (40 Gbps aggregate full duplex) delivers
outstanding network performance that improves response time and removes bottlenecks for the next
generation data center. 10 Gigabit Ethernet bandwidth is ideal for financial services, high performance
computing, database clusters, iSCSI storage, storage backups, grid systems, virtualization, server and I/O
consolidation, fabric consolidation, and more.
The HP 570FLR-SFP+ Adapter is designed with an eight lane (x8) PCI Express bus based on the PCIe v2.0
The HP 570FLR-SFP+ Adapter supports jumbo frames (also known as extended frames), permitting up to a
9K byte (KB) transmission unit (MTU) when running Ethernet I/O traffic. This is over 5X the size of a
standard 1500-byte Ethernet frame. With jumbo frames, networks can achieve higher throughput
performance and greater CPU utilization. These attributes are particularly useful for database transfer and
tape backup operations.
For overall improved system response, the HP 570FLR-SFP+ adapter supports standard TCP/IP offloading
techniques including:
TCP/IP checksum offload (TCO) moves the TCP and IP checksum 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. TCP, IP, UDP checksum offload, Large Send Offload
(LSO), TCP, Segmentation Offload (TSO). These features optimize host efficiency, leaving the CPU
available for other duties.
Interrupt coalescing (interrupt moderation) groups multiple packets, thereby reducing the number of
interrupts sent to the host. This process can optimize host efficiency by improving peak throughput and
reducing CPU utilization.
Message Signaled Interrupt (Extended) provides performance benefits for multi-core servers by load
balancing interrupts between CPUs/cores. The HP 570FLR-SFP+ Adapter supports MSI and MSI-X.
DA - 14545 Worldwide — Version 2 — September 10, 2013
HP Ethernet 10Gb 2-port 570FLR-SFP+ Adapter
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