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HighPoint RocketRAID 2700 HBAs Get 50% Performance Boost with Latest Firmware, Driver


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HighPoint Technologies, Inc., an industry leading HBA and storage solutions manufacturer, has announced a new milestone in 6Gb/s SSD storage performance. Recent driver and firmware updates for the best-selling RocketRAID 2700 series of 6Gb/s SAS HBA’s dramatically improve the performance of RAID and non-RAID SSD configurations.

As the cost-per-gigabyte ratio of Nand Flash Chips continues to improve, SSD’s have become the storage device of choice for many PC enthusiasts, gamers and media professionals. Multi-SSD configurations, once regulated to ultra-high-end workstations and enterprise servers, are now realistic propositions for the high-performance personal computing market. HighPoint SAS 6Gb/s HBA’s are the ideal storage companion for such configurations. The RocketRAID 2700 series has been performance tuned to support today’s fastest 6Gb/s SSD’s, boosting transfer rates by as much as 50%.

RocketRAID 2700 HBA’s - Maximize the Performance Potential of Your Storage Configurations
RocketRAID 2700 HBA’s are ideal for high-performance Gaming-Rigs, Home Media Center PC’s, and professional workstations which demand affordable, fast, and versatile storage solutions. Available with up to 32 ports, PCI-E 2.0 x8 and x16 bus speeds, and powered by HighPoint’s SAS 6Gb/s Storage Module, RocketRAID 2700 HBA’s are well suited to support nearly any RAID and non-RAID storage configuration and application, and deliver the industry’s lowest-cost SAS 6Gb/s RAID 6 solution – the RocketRAID 2720SGL: 8-Port, PCI-E 2.0 x8 RAID 6 for less than USD $200. RocketRAID 2700 HBA’s support SAS/SATA SSD’s and HDD’s of every generation, are fully backwards compatible with PCI-E 1.0 motherboards, and support all major operating systems including Windows, Linux, FreeBSD and Mac OS X.