HP NC532m Dual Port 10GbE Multifunction BL-c Adapter
The NC532m is a multifunction 10 Gigabit Ethernet network adapter for the ProLiant c-Class BladeSystem. The adapter is a dual port 10GbE mezzanine, that when paired with the new 10Gb Virtual Connect Module provides up to eight physical function NICs that can be configured to operate at any speed from 100Mbs to 10Gbs. The NC532m works as a standard dual port 10GbE NIC when connected to non Virtual Connect devices such as the ProCurve 6120XG. The adapter ships with support for VLAN tagging, QoS, teaming (bonding), Receive Side Scaling (RSS), PXE. The NC532m adapter is supported in ProLiant c-class server Type I and II mezzanine slots allowing customers to provision their servers with unprecedented bandwidth never before available in a blade.
Flex-10 enabled mezzanine card. Dual port 10Gb performance.
Dual port 10Gb performance.
Form Factor The NC532m is a Type I card, however it is not supported in Mezzanine slot one of Gen 1 and Gen 5 servers with the exception of the BL495. It is compatible in any slot on all Gen 6 servers.
Number of ports 2
Port Speed 10 GbE
Port speed rating 10 GbE
Power supply type 15 Watt maximum
Product dimensions (W x D x H) 1.44 x 8.75 x 11.31 in
Protocol supported Ethernet
Weight ( Imperial ) 1 lb
Weight ( Metric ) 0.45 kg
|Marketing Text||The NC532m is a Flex -10 enabled 10 Gigabit Ethernet network adapter for the ProLiant c-Class BladeSystem.|
|PI Date||Jun 2012|
|Manufacturer Web Site||http://www.hp.com/|
|Product Type||Ethernet Card|
|No. of Ports||2|
|Bus Type||PCI Express 2.0 x8|
|IEEE Compliance||* 802.1p, 802.1q, 802.3u, 802.3ad, 802.3ae, 802.3ap (10GBase-KX4), 802.3x and 802.3z|
|Compatibility||* BL2x220c G6 server blade|
|Compliance Standards||* RoHs|
|Other Features||* Supported per ProLiant c-Class server, in mezzanine slots 2 or 3 (full height servers) or slot 2 (half height servers)|
* Supports HP's exclusive Flex-10 technology
* IEEE 802.1p QoS 802.3x flow control, and 802.3ap 10GBase-KR
* 4K Jumbo frames
* Dual 10Gb ports offer up to 40Gb/s bidirectional theoretical throughput