HP ProLiant BL680c G5 Server

HP ProLiant BL680c G5 Server

HP ProLiant BL680c G5 Server

Vendor's description: The HP ProLiant BL680c G5 Server Blade, delivers no-compromise performance and expansion for a 2 to 6 core 4 processor BladeSystem Server.

With two (2) or four (4) Intel® Xeon® 7200, 7300, or 7400 Series processors, 128GB of fully buffered memory, two (2) hot plug serial attached SCSI (SAS) or serial ATA (SATA) hard drives, four (4) embedded Gigabit Ethernet adapters and three (3) I/O expansion slots, the HP ProLiant BL680c G5 delivers the density you want with the performance you need to handle the most demanding enterprise class applications.

What's new • Support for the HP NC550m 10GbE 2-port PCIe x8 Flex-10 Ethernet Adapter.

Features No-compromise performance and expansion • Two or four Intel® Xeon® 7200, 7300, or 7400 Series processors deliver multi-processor (MP) performance. • 128GB fully buffered DDR2 memory via 16 PC2-5300 DIMM slots provide the necessary footprint for memory-intensive applications. • High performance integrated HP Smart Array P400i Controller with 256MB cache and RAID 0 and 1. Optional 512MB battery-backed write cache upgrade. • Four integrated adapters - two are general Gigabit Ethernet and two are multifunction Gigabit Ethernet with TCP/IP offload engine (TOE), iSCSI boot, and optional accelerated iSCSI. • Three mezzanine expansion slots support multifunction 10Gb Ethernet and Gb Ethernet, 4Gb Fibre Channel, and 4x DDR (20Gb) InfiniBand. Design and availability • The BL680c G5 Delivers the ProLiant experience you expect using the same drives, memory and RAID controllers as traditional ProLiant servers, plus the additional benefits of HP BladeSystem. • Choose between a wide variety of up to two small form factor (SFF) hot plug SAS or SATA drives for maximum availability. • Advanced ECC memory protection, memory interleaving (2 x 1), memory mirroring, and online spare capacity. • HP Smart Array P400i controller with up to 512MB battery-backed write cache provides fault tolerance to limit costly network downtime. Industry-leading management and configuration tools • Conserve valuable IT resources and time by centralizing and simplifying management functions with Integrated Lights-Out 2 (iLO 2) Standard Blade Edition and Insight Control Data Center Edition. • Integrated Lights-Out 2 (iLO 2) Standard Blade Edition delivers the industry's most complete, high-performance, out-of-band remote management solution. • Get more out of iLO 2 Select: Upgrade to iLO Select Pack, featuring power regulator reporting, scripted multi-server virtual media and additional enterprise security. iLO 2 Select has flexible licensing including site licenses and an eight blade kit. • Insight Control Data Center Edition is an integrated suite of software that simplifies the provisioning and management of HP BladeSystem infrastructures. • For additional product and licensing information about Insight Control Data Center Edition, HP Systems Insight Manager and Essentials software refer to: http://www.hp.com/servers/proliantessentials

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