Intel® RAID RS3 Controllers Offer Applications in Enterprise, Web and Cloud Datacenters 12Gb/s Performance

12Gb/s SAS-3 technology provides the next generation of storage performance to meet the current and future demands of today’s datacenters.

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(PRWEB) December 08, 2013

Organizations can now achieve a higher level of storage performance with Intel® RAID RS3 controllers, powered by LSI* Technology. They are specifically designed to meet the demands of I/O-intensive applications, cloud datacenters and virtualized server environments.

Businesses that use Intel® RAID RS3 controllers as the basis for their storage infrastructure can achieve more than 1 million IOPs in JBOD mode1. With 12Gb/s SAS-3 technology, it can accelerate business-critical applications in enterprise, Web and cloud datacenters.

12Gb/s SAS-3 technology doubles the available bandwidth of current 6Gb/s SAS solutions and unlocks the full potential of PCI express® 3.0-based systems and solid-state storage solutions. Since the greatly improved throughput and I/O processing capabilities maximize link utilization, it supports the highest performance SSD and increased scaling of traditional hard disk drives.

The new Intel® RAID 12Gb/s controller RS3 family provides the next generation of storage performance to meet the current and future demands of today’s datacenters. These entry-level controllers are also perfect for 3Gb/s and 6Gb/s, since they provide a faster processor and also allow for 12Gb/s data transfer when teamed with a SAS-3 compliant expander. This provides room to grow by paving the way for 12Gb/s infrastructures as server demands increase and technology progresses.

About Intel RAID
The next generation of RAID storage solutions is designed to meet today’s evolving data center and cloud computing demands, especially big data, cloud computing and other applications. For more information visit: http://www.intel.com/go/RAID

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