- Supports SAS and SATA hard disk drives
- Supports SAS and SATA flash solid state disk drives (SSD)
- Supports up to 240 drives
- ATTO Acceleration Technology eliminates bottlenecks
- Built-in PCIe analyzer for a view under the hood to help increase QoS
- Up to 3200MB/s sustained transfer rate
- Backward compatibility with all previous SAS and SATA protocols
- Drive Map Director patented SAS device mapping
- Features intelligent Controller Architecture for optimized performance
- ExpressNAV Storage Manager for easy remote configuration, management and diagnostic capabilities
- Built-in temperature monitoring
- Capable of scaling performance, connectivity and reliability with redundant controller support
- Statistic Reporting for SAS and Fiber Channel ports
- Dual hot-swappable power supplies
- Top-of-rack controller
The ATTO FiberBridge 7500 allows you to build your own high performance flash, hybrid or capacity storage using standard SAS SSD Flash or HDD drives and direct attached JBOD storage enclosures. Its key function is to add Enterprise Fiber Channel SAN capabilities to SAS storage and enable such applications as shared storage and multi-site stretch clustering. By aggregating up to 240 drives, the FiberBridge 7500 gives users flexibility in architecting their data center with very little added latency - less than four microseconds for a full read/write cycle of data.
Software Defined Storage enables a modular approach that fully separates software from hardware. ATTO Technology's FiberBridge 7500 Storage Controller represents an ideal platform for implementing a Software Designed Storage ecosystem. The key aspect of the 7500 is its modular design: it is a standalone device requiring no operating system, drivers or peripherals. The FiberBridge enables system architects to create build-it-yourself solutions that use a custom SSD/HDD mix based on performance needs for a specific applications.
The FiberBridge enables users to manage storage infrastructures with features not found in direct connect technologies. Advanced read ahead and write cache algorithms in the FiberBridge provide the highest level of performance. Robust error processing enables the FiberBridge to manage disk and communication errors between targets and initiators. Email notification of errors and persistent error and trace logs assist troubleshooting in the field to minimize downtime.