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LSI Evolves to PCI Express 3.0 - New Products Announced - RAID Controllers with PCIe 3.0 Bandwidth

LSI discusses several new products that make the leap to PCIe 3.0, unlocking bandwidth on RAID controllers and improving IOPS performance on HBAs.

| Editorials in Storage | Posted: Jul 4, 2012 5:34 am
Manufacturer: LSI

RAID Controller Specifications

 

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On the RAID controller front LSI released ten new product SKUs, but these products won't hit distributers until Q3 2012. The same naming system is in place with the RAID products, -8i means 8 internal ports, -8e means 8 external ports. There are SGL models and full kit models as well. New to this group are the CC products that include CacheCade Pro.

 

Let's take a look at the new models.

 

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LSI has given users a plethora of options and allows you to target the exact number of features you need.

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