HighPoint SSD6202 Driverless, Bootable 2x M.2 PCIe Gen3 x8 NVMe RAID Controller
Driverless, Bootable NVMe RAID Solutions
HighPoint SSD6200 series bootable NVMe host RAID controllers are built to tackle the demanding workflow and storage performance requirements of industrial workstation and server applications. The robust design and compact form factor are ideal for custom-built chassis and demanding work environments.
• 2 M.2 Ports
• Driverless NVMe RAID Solution
• One-click RAID Creation: Integrated Hardware Switch
• UEFI, CLI & WebGUI RAID Configuration & Management
• Wide Spectrum of Boot OS Support
• Rebranding MP-Tool WebGUI (available for System Integrators)
Wide Spectrum of Supported Operating Systems
The SSD6202 enables customers to seamlessly configure bootable RAID storage using up to 2 M.2 NVMe SSD’s for leading Virtual Server platforms, such as VMware, Microsoft Hyper-V and Promox, and all current versions and distributions of Windows, Linux and FreeBSD operating systems.
Unprecedented NVMe Boot Capability: SSD6200 series controllers are natively supported by a wide range of operating systems. RAID configurations will automatically be recognized as single volumes; no driver required!
Integrated Boot Support: SSD6200 NVMe RAID controllers can be used to configure and host Windows, Linux and VMware platforms.
Simplicity Redefined: One-Click RAID Creation
The SSD6202's One-Click RAID Creation enables Solution Providers and VAR’s to optimize production workflows. The onboard RAID switch completely flattens the learning curve by eliminating the need for an operating system, interface or application.
Configure arrays with the flip of a switch!
No IT background? No problem! SSD6202 is ideal for users of any skill level. Customers don't need to master a complicated RAID application to configure NVMe storage.Learn More..
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