4-Port PCIe Gen3 x8 Switch AIC AXXP3SWX08040

Specifications

  • Product Collection Add-in Cards
  • Code Name Products formerly Wolf Pass
  • Status Launched
  • Launch Date Q3'17
  • Expected Discontinuance 2023
  • Included Items SB X8 4 Port Switch AIC
    This switch AIC is used to increase the number of PCIe SSD drives within the system by 4.
    The 4 Drive Switch is a low profile MD2 form factor PCIe card.

    Additional Required Accessory:
    One of the following cable kits is required to connect the 4 port switch to the HSBP in R2208, R2208+8 and R2224 systems:
    A2U4PSWCXCXK1
    A2U4PSWCXCXK2

Supplemental Information

  • Description Accessory 4-Port PCIe Gen3 x8 Switch AIC. Connects 4x NVMe drives.

Ordering and Compliance

Ordering and spec information

4-Port PCIe Gen3 x8 Switch AIC AXXP3SWX08040, Single

  • MM# 958241
  • Ordering Code AXXP3SWX08040
  • MDDS Content IDs 707724

Trade compliance information

  • ECCN EAR99
  • CCATS NA
  • US HTS 8471801000

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Expected Discontinuance

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