Q-Logic BR-1020-1010 Dual Port 10 Gb/s Converged Network Adapter

Q-Logic BR-1020-1010 Dual Port 10 Gb/s Converged Network Adapter

Q-Logic BR-1020-1010 Dual Port 10 Gb/s Converged Network Adapter

B&H # QLBR10201010 MFR # BR-1020-1010
Q-Logic BR-1020-1010 Dual Port 10 Gb/s Converged Network Adapter

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  • 10 Gb/s Line Rate per Port
  • PCIe Gen 2.0 Bus Interface
  • Supports DCB Standards
  • HCM/BLU CLI Management Tools
  • Hardware-Based FCoE offload
  • Supports N_Port ID Virtualization
  • Supports Intel/AMD/Oracle Server
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The BR-1020-1010 Dual Port 10 Gb/s Converged Network Adapter from QLogic integrates 10 Gb/s ethernet NIC functionality with fiber channel technology, enabling transport over a 10-gigabit ethernet (GbE) connection through the data center bridging (DCB) and fiber channel over ethernet (FCoE) protocols.

It supports DCB for low-latency and lossless ethernet connectivity and storage over ethernet applications (FCoE and iSCSI). It also supports Intel, AMD, and Oracle server platforms. It provides optimal ethernet performance including IPv4 and IPv6 checksum offload, RSS, HDS, jumbo frame support, and TSO. It features host connectivity manager (HCM) and a command line utility (BCU CLI) to configure and manage storage-attached network (SAN) infrastructure.

Improved TCO through I/O Consolidation
DCB is a set of industry standards that enhances Ethernet protocol to enable low-latency and lossless network infrastructure for storage and other highly demanding traffic types.Itsupport all of these standards, including priority-based flow control (PFC), enhanced transmission selection (ETS), congestion notification (CN), and data center bridging exchange (DCBX).

FCoE encapsulates and transmits fiber channel frames over this enhanced ethernet infrastructure while preserving the fiber channel constructs and management paradigm for backward compatibility and cost effectiveness.
Centralized Adapter Management
Host connectivity manager (HCM) is an easy-to-use adapter management tool for configuring, monitoring, and troubleshooting the BR-Series adapters. HCM enables server administers to quickly configure BR-Series adapters locally or remotely. HCM scans the SAN environment to discover visible storage resources and display target logical unit number (LUNs).

A simple to use graphical tree view provides fast access to the managed host bus adapters, converged network adapters, ports, and target storage resources.HCM is tightly integrated with Brocade Network Advisor (BNA) to provide end-to-end configuration and management of the entire SAN infrastructure. It also provides a powerful command line interface, BCU CLI, for scripting and task automation.
Optimal Performance
These adapters are full-featured 10GbE NICs that deliver 10 Gb/s line-rate performance per port. They provide stateless networking offloads such as TCP checksum and segmentation offloads for improved performance and more efficient CPU usage. Additional CPU cycles can then be dedicated to additional application processing.

It helps business of all sizes can scale their virtual server deployments and virtualize highly demanding applications, resulting in better server resource utilization, lower capital and operational costs.
Optimized For Virtual Environment
It support N_Port ID virtualization (NPIV) with up to 255 virtual ports, and are compatible with most major hypervisor solutions in the industry.

Optimal Support for Windows Server 2012
With support of Windows Server 2012 policy-based quality of service (QoS), enables administrators to specify network bandwidth controls based on application type, users, and servers for the physical network. Further, with support of Hyper-V QoS enables cloud hosting providers and enterprises to deliver optimal network performance for multiple types of traffic for VMs on Windows Server 2012 servers equipped with BR-1020 adapters running in DCB mode.
In the Box
Q-Logic BR-1020-1010 Dual Port 10 Gb/s Converged Network Adapter
  • Standard-Size Bracket
  • Low-Profile Bracket
  • SR/SW SFP+ Transceivers
  • Limited 3-Year Warranty
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    Host Specification
    Server Platform Intel (IA32, IEM64T)
    AMD (x86, 64)
    Oracle/Sun (x86, SPARC)
    Bus Interface PCIe Gen 2.0 x8
    Host Interrupts MSI-X and INTx
    FCoE Specification
    Protocols FC-SP/FC-LS/FC-GS/FC-FS2/FC-FDMI/FC-CT
    FCP/FCP-2/FCP-3/FC-BB-5
    Performance Up to 500K IOPS per port (1M IOPS per dual-port adapter)
    Logins Support for 2,048 logins and 4,096 exchanges
    Class of service Class 3/2 (control frames supported)
    Ethernet Specification
    DCB Support Priority-based flow control (PFC: 802.1Qbb)
    Enhanced transmission selection (ETS: 802.1Qaz)
    Congestion notification (802.1Qau)
    DCBX
    Line Rate 10 Gb/s per port
    Frame Sizes Standard Ethernet frame sizes supported (including 9,600-byte jumbo frames and mini-jumbo frames)
    Ethernet Acceleration IPv4/IPv6, TCP, and user datagram protocol (UDP) checksum offload
    IPv4 header checksum offload
    TCP segmentation offload (TSO)
    Receive side scaling (RSS)
    Header data split (HDS)
    VLAN insertion/stripping and filtering
    Software
    Management QLogic Host Connectivity Manager (HCM)
    QLogic BCU CLI
    Operating Systems Linux Red Hat (32/64-bit)
    Linux SUSE SLES (32/64-bit)
    Solaris SPARC/x86
    Citrix XenServer
    VMware ESX/ESXi
    Windows Server 2008 (32/64-bit)/R2 (64-bit)/2012 (x64)/2012 R2 (x64)
    Management APIs SNIA HBA API v2.0, SMI-S, and FDMI-1
    Environment and Power Requirements
    Airflow 45 linear feet per minute (LFM)
    Operating Temperature 332 to 122°F (0 to 50°C) dry bulb
    Non-Operating Temperature -40 to 163°F (-43 to 73°C) dry bulb
    Operating Humidity 5 to 93% (relative, non-condensing)
    Non-Operating Humidity 5 to 95% (relative, non-condensing)
    Power Dissipation 8.5 W
    Operating Voltage 3.3 V
    Physical Specification
    Transceivers 10 Gb/s Ethernet direct-attached active Twinax SFP+ copper cable (1 m, 3 m, 5 m), hot-swappable
    Distance Support 26 m at 10 Gb/s on 62.5 µm multimode fiber
    82 m at 10 Gb/s on 50.0 µm (OM2) multimode fiber
    300 m at 10 Gb/s on 50.0 µm (OM3) multimode fiber
    10 km at 10 Gb/s on 9.0 µm single-mode fiber
    5 m at 10 Gb/s over active Twinax cable
    Approvals CSA 60950-1-03 First Ed
    ANSI C63.4
    cCSAus
    FCC Class B
    Form Factor Low-profile MD2 PCIe card
    Dimensions 6.60 x 2.71" (16.77 x 6.89 cm)

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