Low Profile 6.4 Gb/s Dual-Port NVMe Internal Host Bus Adapter

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Supermicro 6.4GB/s dual-Port Gen-3 Internal NVMe Host Bus Adapter

AOC-SLG3-2E4T


Low Profile 6.4 Gb/s Dual-Port NVMe Internal Host Bus Adapter

The Supermicro NMVe AOC-SLG3-2E4T features two internal NVMe OCuLink connectors for high-performance storage connectivity. This HBA card is built on the latest PCIe NVMe retimer technology. Streamlined for the growing demand for increased data throughput and scalability requirements across the enterprise-class server platforms, this is a cost effective storage solution that delivers maximum performance and reliability. Perfect for "near-line cache storage solutions" which allows data to be staged before moving down to its intended backend storage.

 

Key Features

Dual port PCI-E x16 Gen-3 NVMe controller Pure HBA 2 internal lanes per OCuLink port, 3.2GB/s per port Supports 2 physical NVMe Devices OS Support: Windows, Linux, VMware Power consumption: 5.2 Watts Ambient operating temperature from 10°C - 55°C

 

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  • Interface

    PCIe 3.0 x16

  • Internal Ports

    2

  • Manufacturer

    Supermicro

  • Operating Temperature

    10°C ~ +55°C

  • Regulatory

    RoHS

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