Manufacturer Name: HP
Manufacturer Part Number: 539857-B21
Sub-Type: Network Adapter 2 Ports
Device Type : Network Adapter
Interface (bus) Type : Pci Express 2.0 X8
Ports Qty : 2 Ports
Cabling Type : Ethernet 10gbase-kx4
Data Link Protocol : 10 Gigabit Lan
Data Transfer Rate : 10 GBPS
Compliant Standards : IEEE 802.3u, IEEE 802.3z, IEEE 802.1q, IEEE 802.1p, IEEE 802.3x, IEEE 802.3ad (lacp), IEEE 802.3ae, IEEE 802.3ap
System Requirements : Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition, Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Web Edition, Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition, Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Novell Netware 6.5, Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003, Sunsoft Solaris 10, Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Standard X64 Edition, Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise X64 Edition, Suse Linux Enterprise Server 9 For X86/amd64, Suse Linux Enterprise Server 10 For X86, Suse Linux Enterprise Server 9 For X86, Sunsoft Solaris X64 10, Suse Linux Enterprise Server 10 For X86/amd64, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 For Intel X86 / Amd64 / Em64t, Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 For X86, Microsoft Windows Server 2008, Microsoft Windows Server 2008 For Itanium, Microsoft Windows Server 2008 X64 Edition
Designed For : Proliant Bl280c G6, Bl2x220c G6, Bl2x220c G6 Server A, Bl2x220c G6 Server B, Bl460c G6, Bl460c G7, Bl465c G6, Bl465c G7, Bl490c G6, Bl490c G7, Bl495c G6, Bl620c G7, Bl680c G7, Bl685c G6, Bl685c G7, Storageworks X3800sb G2, Storageworks Network Storage Blade X1800sb G2
About Refurbished Products
A network adapter is also called a network interface card is a plug-in card that serves to allow computers to both transmit and receive data on a local network. It is a component of a computer's internal hardware that facilitates communication over a network.
In a more current context, network adapters will refer to an Ethernet adapter where the Ethernet circuitry is built into motherboards of the latest desktops and laptop computers. Other times, a network adapter may also refer to a wireless (Wi-Fi) adapter.
In all instances, the adapter allows a computer to connect with another computer, a server, or other networking devices through a LAN connection. The use of a network adapter is not limited to wired connections as it is used for wireless networks. The adapters for wired networks come with a RJ-45 port that may use either the twisted or untwisted pair cables for network connectivity. For the wireless adapters, the network connection is facilitated through a built-in antenna or an externally connected antenna. Both the wired and wireless network adapters support the popular LAN protocols including TCP/IP. We have 1-port, 2-port, 4-port, 6-port, 8-port, and 16-port options that support speeds of 10, 25, 40, or even 100 Gigabits.
The plug-in network interface cards (NICs) are normally used in high-performance machines especially if a faster Ethernet standard is relatively new and available but is yet to become mainstream. In fact, the major difference between network adapters lies in the network protocol it supports.
We have the different types of network adapters necessary for building computer-to-computer networks that don't have a switch or hub. All the network adapters are fairly inexpensive and readily adaptable to different applications within a network. Some of the common types available are:
Network adapters common types
- Desktop Network Interface Card: This adapter is usually connected to a PCI or PCIe slot, whichever is available on the motherboard of your desktop computer. You will need to open your computer's case and it, therefore, presents the most difficult installation method. The PCIe slot is generally found in new computers.
- PC Card or PCMCIA Card: PCMCIA is the abbreviation for Personal Computer Memory Card International Association. The name has undergone changes over time to be referred to as a PC Card or ExpressCard. For dimensions, the PC card is almost similar in size to a credit card but is significantly thicker. The PC card is connected to a PC or PCMCIA card slot in your desktop computer or laptop computer.
- USB adapter: This network adapter is typically a small device, similar to a thumb drive, with a USB interface. Installation is easy and straightforward since it is plugged into the USB port of your desktop or laptop computer or other network devices that have a USB port.
- Wireless game adapters also referred to as media adapters, are connected to the older game consoles and home entertainment devices so as to act as a bridge to Wi-Fi capability. They help expand functionality on these entertainment devices through connections to the internet.