Broadcom MegaRAID Controllers for HPE Gen10 Plus
Does your data center, cloud, or HPC environment require increased storage capacity protection, flexibility, and performance for today’s application demands?
Data center, cloud, and high-performance computing environments require large amounts of storage capacity, that provide the protection, flexibility, and performance todays applications demand. The Broadcom MegaRAID Storage Controllers for HPE Gen10 Plus offer 12 Gb/s SAS/SATA/PCIe (NVMe) Gen4 Tri-Mode support with 16 and 8 internal ports to address these needs by delivering more performance and RAID data protection for high-end server storage applications.
The MegaRAID controllers are the first RAID adapters to offer both PCIe Gen4 host and PCIe Gen4 storage interfaces which enables high bandwidth and more IOPS. Also, the Tri-Mode SerDes technology enables operation of NVMe, SAS, or SATA devices in a single drive bay operating in all modes concurrently, seamlessly negotiating between speeds and protocols.
Broadcom MegaRAID Storage Controllers for HPE Gen10 Plus feature Broadcom MR416i and Broadcom MR216i controllers with impressive performance including up to 13,700 Mbs of bandwidth, 3M random read IOPS, and 240K RAID5 random write IOPS.
2nd Generation Tri-Mode SerDes
Broadcom MegaRAID Storage Controllers for HPE Gen10 Plus is enabled with SerDes for exceptional support of NVMe4/SAS3/SATA protocols.
With Tri-Mode support, achieve the scalability and flexibility you need for shifting business environments.
Broadcom MegaRAID Storage Controllers for HPE Gen10 Plus is built with the HPE Silicon Root of Trust for firmware authentication and support for self-encrypting drives to help ensure protection for data at rest and prevention of malware.
Broadcom MegaRAID Storage Controllers for HPE Gen10 Plus support all major OS’s including but not limited to Windows, Linux®, and VMware®, full tool suite including command line interface, web-based management, and out-of-band management support.
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