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Lenovo N2115 SAS SATA HBA for IBM System X

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  • 16492652
  • 46C8988
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The N2115 SAS/SATA HBA for IBM System x provide ideal solutions for all servers requiring high-speed data transfer in storage connectivity for data backup and mission critical applications. These HBAs provide support for SAS and SATA HDDs and SSDs. The N2115 SAS/SATA HBA for IBM System x is an ideal solution for System x servers requiring high-speed internal storage connectivity. This 8-port host bus adapter supports direct attach to SAS and SATA internal hard disk drives and solidstate drives (SSDs). The N2125 SAS/SATA HBA for IBM System x is a low-cost, high-performance 8- port host bus adapter perfect for high-performance connectivity between System x servers and external storage JBOD, Tape, and RAIDed units. With low-profile form factor designs, the N2115 SAS/SATA HBA for IBM System x offer two (x4) internal mini-SAS connectors and two (x4) external mini-SAS connectors, respectively. They are based on LSI 2308 6 Gbps SAS IO controller; both provide eight lanes of 6 Gbps SAS and eight lanes of PCIe 3.0 to eliminate data bottlenecks and provide high data transfer rates for medium-to-large capacity server storage applications.

The N2115 offer an affordable and reliable SAN to small and medium businesses. The adapters are designed to be easy to use, with proven quality, and demonstrated robustness (highest mean-time between failures). These adapters are based on a design that requires minimum user effort while delivering maximum user satisfaction. Emphasis on ease of use at every step helps to provide a successful, enhanced experience. You can easily monitor and perform any necessary maintenance, including updating firmware. The N2115 5 SAS/SATA HBAs are the latest PCIe adapter card options for System x servers. Each server can be installed with one or more adapter cards to enable redundant connections within System x servers.