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Delivers a new price/performance level and enhanced reliability for entry-level applications
Intelligent Power Management
The better reliability offered by hardware RAID, and a feature set designed for the latest applications, including Linux open source drivers and external connectivity, without needing to step up to the cost of a more sophisticated controller for their entry-level applications.
128MB of DDR2 memory
RAID levels 0, 1, 10, JBOD
Key RAID Features
• Supports 4 direct-attached or up to 128 SATA or SAS disk drives using SAS expanders • Quick initialization • Online Capacity Expansion • Copyback Hot Spare • Dynamic caching algorithm • Native Command Queuing (NCQ) • Background initialization • Hot-plug drive support • RAID Level Migration • Hot spares – global, dedicated, and pooled • Automatic/manual rebuild of hot spares • SAF-TE enclosure management • Configurable stripe size • S.M.A.R.T. support • Multiple arrays per disk drive •Bad stripe table • Dynamic sector repair • Staggered drive spin-up • Bootable array support • Optimized Disk Utilization