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HP developed a universal server bus

HP has partnered with Broadcom and Seagate to develop a new server and storage connectivity concept that differentiates between a single entry point for multiple interactions.

The company introduces 2 new PCI-X adapters, the HP NC370F and NC370T, which are the first implementation of the single bus concept for connecting servers to the network, connecting external data storage, organizing clusters and managing infrastructure. The new serial bus is designed to combine all these interactions in a single adapter and one interconnect wire. The end-to-end solution also includes system management software, a unified format for hard drives and is designed to simplify infrastructure, standardize and reduce the cost of it, and facilitate maintenance. The key features of the technology are as follows.

  • Fully compatible with SAS, easy conversion of network, SAS and SATA interfaces.
  • New compact form factor of hard drives, compatible with both connection standards base (backplane), allowing you to create arrays from any combination of SAS and SATA drives. RAID6 support.
  • Easy data transfer between different servers and disk arrays by simple hot plug-in hard drives.
  • One backend for SAS-based drives and one universal front-end.

The new network adapters will be available as off-the-shelf solutions in July this year, and the new architecture will be rolled out to HP BladeSystem, HP Integrity, HP ProLiant and HP StorageWorks product lines a year later.

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