Lenovo ThinkSystem 930-16i - storage controller (RAID) - SATA / SAS 12Gb/s

Mfg.Part: 4Y37A09721 | CDW Part: 5191473 | UNSPSC: 43201557
  • Storage controller (RAID)
  • 16 Channel
  • SATA / SAS 12Gb/s low profile
  • 12 Gbit/s
  • RAID 0
  • 1
  • 5
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This item was discontinued on January 17, 2020

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Lenovo ThinkSystem 930-16i - storage controller (RAID) - SATA / SAS 12Gb/s
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Main Features
  • Storage controller (RAID)
  • 16 Channel
  • SATA / SAS 12Gb/s low profile
  • 12 Gbit/s
  • RAID 0
  • 1
  • 5
  • 6
  • 10
  • 50
  • JBOD
  • 60
  • PCIe 3.0 x8
  • for ThinkSystem SR530 7X07; SR550; SR570; SR590; SR630; SR650; SR850; SR860; SR950; ST550

The Lenovo ThinkSystem RAID 930-16i Flash PCIe Flash Adapter is a high-performance RAID-on-chip (ROC) adapter. This adapter supports RAID levels 0/1/10/5/50/6/60 as well as JBOD, and includes an extensive list of RAS and management features. RAID on chip-based controllers such as the RAID 930 adapters have a dedicated processor that offloads all RAID functions from the server's CPU. With hardware acceleration for RAID 5 and 6 operations plus dedicated memory for caching, the 930-16i offers the ultimate performance for ThinkSystem servers. This low profile flash adapter features a cache memory of 8 GB and supports up to 16 internal 12 Gb/s SAS and SATA drives. MegaRAID FastPath software provides high-performance I/O acceleration for SSD-based virtual drives by using a low latency I/O path to increase the maximum I/O per second (IOPS) capability of the controller. It boosts the performance of applications with a highly random data storage access pattern.

  • MegaRAID flash cache protection to avoid the possibility of data loss or corruption
  • Auto-resume on array rebuild or array reconstruction after the loss of system power
  • Online Capacity Expansion (OCE) allows the capacity of a virtual disk to be expanded
  • Fast initialization quickly writes zeros to the first and last sectors of the virtual drive