Areca ARC-9224FD-QR4

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Areca Arc-9224FD-QR4
4U 24Bay Fiber to SAS storage system
Dual 16Gb/s Fiber RAID controllers
• Fibre-to-SAS
4 x 16Gb/s Fibre channels

System Architecture


✵ Support 12.0Gbps SAS ports

✵ Support three host interface options: 12Gb/s SAS, 10Gb/s iSCSI or 16Gb/s FC

✵ Support up to 8GB, optional FBM/BBM cache

✵ Single or Dual RAID controller modular design

✵ Hot-swap and redundant components for increased system availability

✵ Advanced configuration settings video optimized performance

✵ Hard Drive Firmware Update All At Once

✵ Support read/write cache allocation by policy

✵ Multiple RAID 0 and RAID 10 (1E) support (RAID 00 and RAID100)


Host Interface

• Fibre-to-SAS : 4 x 16Gb/s Fibre channels per controller

High Performance ROC

Dual Core RAID-on-Chip (ROC) 1.2 GHz

2GB (default), up to 8GB DDR3-1866 ECC Protection

Drive Interface

Up to 512 12Gb/s SAS/SATA drives, using SAS expanders

One downstream SFF-8644 (4 x 12Gb/s) expansion connectors per controller

There are three different interface in this 9224 series, SAS, FIber and iSCSI. This unit is Fiber interface

The 12Gb/s SAS interface supports both 12Gb/s SAS disk drives for data-intensive applications and 6Gb/s SATA drives for low-cost bulk storage of reference data. The Fibre/SAS/iSCSI to 12Gb/s SAS RAID controllers attach directly to SATA/SAS midplanes with 3/4 x Z-PACK HM-Zd high speed connectors or increase capacity using one additional Min SAS HD SFF-8644 external connector.

The 12Gb/s SAS RAID subsystem supports flexibility interface configuration; 8 x 12Gb/s SAS ports, 2/4 x 16Gb/s fibre channels or 2 x 10Gb/s iSCSI channel host and 4 x 12Gb/s SAS ports expander for performance and easy expansion. When used with 12Gb/s SAS expanders, the controller can provide up to (256) devices through one or more SAS JBODs, making it an ideal solution for enterprise class storage applications that called for maximum configuration flexibility.



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