- Obsolete Date 31-01-2021
- End of support date 31-01-2026
- Product Dimensions (imperial) 15mm(L) x 11mm(W) x .95mm(H)
- Warranty HPE Flash Media Kits have a 1-year limited warranty regardless of the warranty period for the system in which they are installed.
- Voltage 2.7V (min) – 3.6V (max)
- Performance 34+ MB/second Read Transfer Rate, 33+ MB/second Write Transfer Rate
- Class UHS I
- Compliance SD Card Association
- Usable capacity 8GB
- Form factor microSD Memory Card
Do you need a self-contained resilient boot solution that does not impact overall server storage capacity or consume a PCIe slot? HPE Flash Memory Cards and USB Drives are engineered with enterprise-class high endurance NAND for life within non-stop datacenter environments. Using the highest industry flash technology to provide a higher level of performance and longer endurance characteristics at an enterprise level, each device undergoes rigorous testing and software validation to verify the highest level of quality and reliability while running on HPE ProLiant servers.
- HPE 32 GB microSD RAID 1 USB Boot Drive
32 GB capacity supports VMware vSphere v6.5 and later deployments up to 8TiB (DRAM sizing of solution deployment).
Qualified and tested for use on HPE ProLiant Gen9, Gen10 and Gen10 Plus servers.
HPE Qualified Options Meet High Reliability and Performance Demands
Integrated on-board RAID 1 for customers requiring “dual boot” solution.
Highly Reliable Enterprise–Class microSD Drives
HPE tests and qualifies these devices according to stringent guidelines with strict revision control on the controllers and actual flash memory. This provides utmost reliability and performance within HPE customer production environment.
Utilizes high endurance 3D pSLC NAND.
Delivers a redundant OS boot without consuming server storage drive bays or consuming an internal PCIe slot.
HPE USB Flash Drive with dual 32 GB microSD cards and on-board RAID 1.
Low Cost RAID 1 Boot Solution for VMware Environments
Lower cost alternative to traditional boot methods that require multiple HDDs or SSDs with an array controller.