The RocketRAID 2300 is set to give much faster and improved I/O and supports features that are critical for high performance computing, high end workstation and enterprise storage server environments.
PCI Express delivers data transfer in both directions simultaneously with its serial data transfer system and brings with it higher clock speeds.
Each expansion slot in PCI Express can have several channels which gives plenty of room for expansion. There is also the same data rate in both directions providing the performance and scal-ability for the next decade. Features The HighPoint RocketRAID 2300 Controller offers 4 internal ports that combine high-performance storage connectivity of Serial ATA with HighPoint's advanced RAID features, includi-ng, Online Capacity Expansion, Online RAID Level Migration (OCE/ORLM) and HighPoint's RAID Management software. The RocketRAID 2300 supports advanced RAID levels 0, 1, 5, 10 and JBOD for maximum configuration flexibility.
HighPoint offers the broadest range of support for all major operating systems to ensure OS and hardware server comp-atibility. Drivers are available for all major operating systems, including Windows, Linux, FreeBSD and Mac OS X. Open source is also providedfor Linux and FreeBSD.
Host Side Interface: PCI-Express x1(x4, x8 and x16 slot compatible)
Device Interface: Serial ATA
Number of Channels: 4 Device Channels
Allowed Disk Connection: Four (SATA II or SATA I Hard Disks)
Supported RAID Levels: RAID 0, 1, 5, 10, and JBOD
Operating Systems Support: Windows, Windows x64 Editions, Linux (open source), FreeBSD (open source) and Mac OS X
RAID Management Tool: BIOS Browser-based RAID Management CLI
Some Highlighted Features: Hot swap/hot spare, Single RAID Cross Adapter, 64-bit LBA support for over 2TB supportt, Drive activity / Failed LED, SAF-TE chassis management, SMTP support for email notification.
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