FastTrak TX2650 & TX4650
Cost-effective RAID 0/1/5/10 controllers with SAS/SATA 3Gb/s drive support for motherboards with a PCI Express Host Bus
FastTrak TX2650/4650 highlights
- SAS/SATA 3Gb/s device ports
- RAID 0/1/5/10 and JBOD
- PCI Express x1
- Offers sustained data transfers up to 250MB/sec
- Native Command Queuing
- 64-bit LBA support for logical drive above 2TB
- Disk Activity LED Headers
Cost-effective SAS/SATA Featuring RAID 0/1/5/10/JBOD
The Promise FastTrak SAS/SATA RAID PCI Express adapter offers a cost-effective solution for implementing a RAID 0, RAID 1 RAID 5 or RAID 10 storage system with up to four high-performance SAS or SATA disk drives.
Promise's Proven RAID Engine
The FTTX2650 model delivers fast, efficient, and reliable RAID levels 0/1 and JBOD while the FTTX4650 also includes RAID 5 & 10 using Promise's enterprise proven technology. The flexible FastTrak family allows you to choose the best fit for your application:
- RAID 0 - Maximum capacity and performance without any fault tolerance
- RAID 1 - Maximum data protection
- RAID 5 - Balance of capacity plus data protection
- RAID 10 - Drive redundancy plus capacity and performance
For maximum uptime, the FastTrak line supports feature such as transparent data recovery and drive rebuilds performed in the background.
Supports Both SAS and SATA Drives
Promise supports both SAS and SATA drive types using the latest industry protocols to enhance performance and reliability. Our FastTrak controllers provide a flexible, cost-effective RAID controller board spanning server, workstation and desktop markets.
The low-profile, form-factor FastTrak PCI Express controller incorporates many of Promise Technology's advanced features. This includes a 64-bit LBA support for logical drives above 2TB with the onboard BIOS automatically identifying and configuring drive types. The Web-based Promise Array Management (WebPAM) software makes for easy installation, configuration and operation. Promise's Metadata on Disk simplifies disaster recovery efforts byu enabling migration to replacement hardware.