Promise SuperTrak SX6000 Pro Ultra ATA/100 RAID 5 Card

Promise Updated: 2009-01-04 RSS
Promise SuperTrak SX6000 Pro Ultra ATA/100 RAID 5 Card

Midrange-to-large network servers need RAID 5 data protection, continuous PC operation, and maximum value. Our SuperTrak SX6000 Pro kit includes the SuperTrak SX6000 6-channel ATA RAID 5 card and three SuperSwap hot swap drive chassis - giving you maximum Ultra ATA/100 storage with advanced, network-level fault tolerance. Replace a failed drive on-the-fly and rebuild data in the background for RAID 1, 3, or 5 arrays. SX6000 Pro offers easy array setup through an onboard BIOS utility (SuperBuild). Continuously monitor and maintain SuperTrak arrays and SuperSwap enclosures on your network with the bundled Promise array management GUI.
Operational Excellence Through Effective Array Management

Functional storage systems require more than top quality hardware. With Promise Technology's extensive experience in delivering RAID solutions, we understand the needs of storage system users and we have complimented our products with our web-based Promise Array Management (WebPAM) software, an easy-to-use, feature-rich solution for managing all of your Promise RAID arrays locally or remotely. With this easy to use, graphical array configuration and monitoring tool you can monitor drive configuration, create, expand, convert, or delete disk arrays, monitor enclosure status, and provide online event logging and notification and much more.

Key Benefits

* Simplify array management: Configure, manage and monitor all Promise storage solutions through a single, host-independent web-based management console.
* Reduce total cost of ownership for array storage: Centralize network wide storage and array management with single-point software management. Manage more systems with fewer resources.
* Higher availability with remote management: Distribute email alerts or pop-up windows based on preselected event types  or error. Array performance can be optimized by scheduling array rebuild or synchronization in off-peak hours.