Broadcom to showcase SFF-TA-1001 (U.3) ecosystem demo with Toshiba Memory America at HPE Discover; Broadcom 24-port RAID controller now featured on the HPE ProLiant Gen10 server family
“Broadcom is growing its investment in HPE server storage solutions, which continues to drive our mission to enable the storage ecosystem with flexibility, performance and simplification,” said Jas Tremblay, vice president and general manager, Data Center Solutions Group, Broadcom. “The addition of our high-port RAID controller to the HPE ProLiant family further extends the footprint of Broadcom Data Center server storage products offered to HPE customers, continuing our heritage of delivering robust data protection and application uptime to the market.”
“Standardizing how IT infrastructure is managed is at the core of HPE’s commitment to simplify hybrid IT for our customers,” said Tom Lattin, vice president and general manager, Mass Market Platforms, Options and Software at HPE. “By collaborating with partners like Broadcom on industry standards such as U.3 Universal Drive Bay, HPE helps global businesses deploy more versatile and streamlined server infrastructure. Universal backplanes that incorporate emerging NVMe drives with SAS and SATA will give customers the flexibility to choose the most optimized drive configurations for their workloads.”
U.3 allows SAS and SATA HDDs and SAS, SATA, and NVMe SSDs to operate in a single bay without the complexity of wiring for multiple protocols. More information on U.3 can be obtained from: http://www.snia.org/sff/specifications. The collaboration between Broadcom and HPE is enabling data center customers and drive partners like Toshiba with the right mix of product, technical expertise, and support.
“The development of the U.3 standard was critical for the advancement of flexible, lower-cost storage systems that utilize a mix of SAS, SATA and NVMe devices,” said Steve Fingerhut, Senior Vice President, General Manager, SSD and Cloud Software Business Units at Toshiba Memory America, Inc. “We are pleased to enable the collaborative demonstration at HPE Discover with a range of our U.3-enabled SSDs. This is an excellent forum to showcase the benefits of Toshiba technology to system OEM and data center customers, which include lowering costs and simplifying complexity.”
In addition to now providing customers with more flexibility, simplification, and choices, Broadcom and HPE have joined forces to build a better solution to scale on demand with the addition of the Broadcom 24-port RAID controller to HPE ProLiant Gen10 servers. The HPE Smart Array P824i-p MR SAS controller delivers highly flexible, expander-less storage solutions ideal for servers with a high drive count such as the HPE ProLiant DL380 Gen10.
Learn more about this collaboration at the HPE Discover session, “U.3 Universal Drive Bays for NVMe/SAS/SATA Drives” (ID 5217). In addition, visit the HPE and Toshiba booths to learn more about how Broadcom, HPE, and Toshiba Memory America are now delivering the storage and server ecosystem with the U.3 reference platform.
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