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A gem in the HP ProLiant Gen9 Server Smart Array Controllers

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Diamonds are primarily measured and evaluated using three parameters: color, clarity and cut. We also use three parameters to evaluate the Gen9 Smart Array Controllers: performance, data resiliency, and security. In the following video, Ashok Patel a member of the HP Smart Storage team goes through all three aspects of the Gen9 Smart Array controllers. Performance, data resiliency, and security are central to addressing what most businesses strive for – being able to access their information fast, making sure their information is protected, and ensuring that their information is secured.

 

With data explosion being inevitable, having the right tool is vital as it provides the expedient connection with state of the art resiliency capability. These 12Gb/s Smart Array controllers not only provide the speed but the advanced fault tolerance protection and data encryption with HP Secure Encryption. These Smart Array Controllers are like the gem of storage systems in an HP ProLiant Gen9 server providing the highest level of storage connectivity for use in mid-range and enterprise-level environments.

 

 

For a list of servers compatible to the controllers, please check out the compatibility matrix.

 

If you have not seen the new HP Smart Array controllers in the new HP ProLiant Gen9 servers, several QuickLook videos are embedded immediately below.

 

 

 

The HP ProLiant Gen9 Server delivers the right compute for the right workload at the right economics every time. With ProLiant Gen9, HP powers the next wave of transformation, bringing faster insight, new paths to revenue, smarter economics, and increased productivity. 

 

Reimagine the server. Think compute.

 

For more information on HP Smart Array Controllers www.hp.com/go/smartarray

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sansan_strozier

I am a Solutions Marketing Manager for the Small and Midsized Segment at Hewlett Packard Enterprise. I blog on topics of interest for Servers and Solutions.