Top Ten Tips When Buying A Raid Adapter
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RAID (Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks) is a data storage structure that allows a system administrator and others to combine two or more physical storage devices (HDDs, SSDs, or both) into a logical unit (an array) that is seen by the attached system as a single drive.
New RAID levels, technologies and interfaces make choosing a RAID adapter more than just a choice between price and performance. These top tips provide valuable insight to help ensure that you get exactly the right adapter to suit your specific data protection needs.
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