LSI has a long history of providing world-class
storage technology with end-to-end application data protection and performance to
IBM® System x® x86 servers. SAS RAID on Chip controllers, I/O controllers, host
bus adapters, and MegaRAID® technology are some examples of our data storage efforts.
IBM rack-mount servers, with integrated LSI® SAS technology, provide customers with
numerous cost-effective solutions for web serving, e-business, collaboration, distributed
database, SAP deployments and virtualization.
IBM System x x86 servers are intelligent systems designed to reduce cost and complexity,
supporting Microsoft® Windows®, Linux® and virtualization. The IBM ServeRAID F-Series
family of products offer MegaRAID data protection and flexible onboard flash technology
that can be used to help improve both performance and server storage density. Optimized
for today’s ever-increasing enterprise I/O requirements, the IBM ServeRAID F-Series
family integrates popular disk media, such as SAS and SATA HDDs, and emerging solid-state
drives into the storage infrastructure by offering embedded transparent caching
and data storage capabilities with onboard flash memory.
In response to rapid data growth and application performance requirements, IBM has
responded with the IBM ServeRAID F5115 Card. This card integrates LSI® Nytro™ MegaRAID
technology and is designed for deployment with IBM System x server series, helping
clients to speed application performance and big data analytics. IBM System x servers
deployed with the IBM ServeRAID F5115 card (powered by LSI Nytro technology) can
provide a powerful, cost-effective performance boost for storing, accessing, and
analyzing data for next generation datacenters.
With a working relationship spanning more than a decade, IBM and LSI’s combined
innovative efforts deliver many robust, first-to-market storage solutions for improved
performance, IT efficiency, and data protection.
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