AJ797A HP StorageWorks Modular Smart Array 2324fc G2 Dual Controller Hard Drive Array.
HP - storageworks modular smart array 2324fc g2 dual controller hard drive array
Installed Devices / Modules Qty: 0
Supported Devices / Modules Qty: 24
Supported Drives: Serial Ata-300 / SAS
Max Supported Capacity: 16 TB
Hdd Array External Interface: 4GB FIBRE CHANNEL
Maximum Luns: 512
Type: 2 X Raid ( 4GB FIBRE CHANNEL )
Controller Interface Type: Serial Ata-300 / Sas
Data Transfer Rate: 300 MBPS
Cache / Buffer Size ( Max ): 1 GB
Supported Devices: Disk Array (Raid)
Raid Level: Raid 0, Raid 1, Raid 3, Raid 5, Raid 6, Raid 10, Raid 50
Storage Hard Drive:
Interface Type: Serial Ata-300 / SAS
Expansion / Connectivity
Expansion Bays Total (Free): 24 ( 24 - 2.5
2 X Serial Rs-232 - 9 Pin D-Sub (Db-9)
2 X Management - Rj-45
4 X 4gb Fibre Channel
2 X Serial Attached Scsi
Power Device: Power Supply - Hot-Plug - Plug-In Module
Power Redundancy: Yes
Power Redundancy SCHEME: 1+1
About Refurbished Products
Are you searching for a secure, dependable, and low-cost server enclosure storage controller? We shall provide you with key information to ensure that you make the right purchase decision.
Your server's general flow of data, or general performance, depends entirely on the type of array controllers you have. This, in turn, depends on your server raid system or array raid requirements
What is a Storage Controller?
The storage controller can also be referred to as a Storage Processor or Array Controller. As the name denotes, it controls your storage array also called Disk Array for enhanced server efficiency. For enterprise-level performance, Smart Array controllers are highly recommended.
To achieve this, it's equipped with its CPU, Cache Memory, and an interface that connects it to the relevant network or memory devices.
If there is a request by users to read stored system data, the storage controller first reads data from a connected memory device. It then transmits the information to the server for immediate user access.
Types of Storage Controllers
1.SAS SATA Host Bus Adapter- High-Performance Storage Adapter
If you desire a high-performance server with internal hard disk drive storage, SAS SATA Host Bus Adapters will be your best choice. The Host Bus Adapter, also called a storage adapter, links your host to your storage devices, or network.
For enhanced read/write bandwidth and superior latency optimization, using multiple Host Bus Adapters on a host is highly recommended. This ensures an effective balance of your server load within the network.
2.SAS Raid Controller Cards - Allow for Compatibility and FutureExpansion
These are array controllers that resemble Host Bus adapters, but also support data redundancy (RAID). Their other name is Host Bus Adapter Cards
Raid Controller Cards manage your Hard Disk Drives (HDDs) as well as solid-state drives (SDDs). The controller presents your storage hard disks to your system's applications and operating systems as logical units.
The controller card should be your number one choice if you're focusing on future storage expansion. With the use of SAS adapters or expanders, storage media from 32 to 256 disk drives can be effectively supported.
What's more, you'll not have to worry about connection limitations as is the case with SATA controllers. This is because they allow for the use of longer cables.
Choosing modern and improved card controllers will positively impact your server performance. When flexibility in the Operating system is needed, or the need to use third-party devices, you need to consider the SAS-SATA Raid Controller Card.
Choosing Server Storage Controller –What to Consider
If you are looking for a cost-effective solution and a balance between size and features, a rack-mountable 2U enclosure-storage controller is your perfect choice.
However, if you're focused on a high-end solution, the SCIsi RAID Storage controller will match your needs.
Choosing the Right RAID Controller –What to Consider
If your storage RAID array processing is within your host server, you need to consider the right Software-based RAID. Software RAID allows for RAID configuration within your Operating System.
If on the other hand, your server RAID processing is external, you'll require Hardware RAID Controllers such as PCI Express (PCIe) card. They are also referred to as RAID Adapters.
Suitable array controllers will enable you to make the right RAID configurations and prevent possible data loss. With software-defined storage, you can define your specific RAID from different RAID levels.
If your server performance is more critical than data, consider having a RAID 0 configuration. If, however, your desire is to have additional redundancy but at a lower cost, RAID 1, will suit you just fine.
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If you're looking for guaranteed high-quality server storage controllers at affordable costs, allhdd.com is your one-stop-shop. Check out our high-performance 2U Dual Controller Hard Drive Arrays. For superior disk array performance, check SCSI Storage Controller for your enterprise storage control requirements.