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Fujitsu PRIMERGY SX910 S1 Tape Storage Blade

Easy and fast data backup


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The PRIMERGY SX910 S1 Storage Blade Tape module can be used to archive and backup local data in the PRIMERGY BX400 and 900 system units.

The SX910 S1 Storage Blade Tape can be equipped with one LTO tape drive. It requires a blade slot in the PRIMERGY blade enclosure. The built-in tape drive is operated via an integrated SAS Controller. It can be connected to a BX9xx Server Blade which is located directly left to it.

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Up to 4/6 times per PRIMERGY BX400/BX900

  • PRIMERGY SX910 S1 offers space for one tape drive; up to 6 Storage Blades Tape per system unit can be used.

Fast exclusive connection to the server blade

  • Midplane connection via PCIe x4 interface.

Multiple LTO generations

  • Support of LTO-3, LTO-4 and LTO-5 tape drives.

Top performance thanks to top technology

  • LTO-3 / LTO-4 / LTO-5 HH SAS technology.
Manufacturer Fujitsu
Part No. S9101SC010IN
Width 45
Height 210
Depth 500
Weight [Kg] 4.10
Drive Bays 1
Capacity Up to 1,500 GB
HDD Suitability LTO3HH Ultrium, 400 GB, 60 MB/s, HH, SAS 3Gb/s;
LTO4HH Ultrium, 800 GB, 120 MB/s, HH, SAS 6Gb/s;
LTO5HH Ultrium, 1500 GB, 140 MB/s, HH, SAS 6Gb/s
RAID Controller Based on LSI 1064e
RAID Options Integrated RAID 0/1 Ctrl., SAS/SATA 3 Gb, 4 ports int. RAID level: 0, 1, 1E, No BBU support.
PRIMERGY SX storage blades are installed together with PRIMERGY server blades in the PRIMERGY BX chassis. The introduction of storage blades is a simple and low-priced way to consolidate servers. Above all, small and medium-sized companies usually have rack and tower servers which offer a high degree of capacity regarding local hard disks. The use of storage blades equipped with tape drives is a simple and quick method to backup system data locally. Having local access to large amounts of data is often necessary, for example, in the world of computer-aided engineering (CAE), where smaller local workgroups have to access and create very large models. Examples for using storage blades are operation within limited environments as a file server or for Microsoft® SharePoint portals.