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Intel® Integrated RAID Module RMS25JB Family

Low-cost SAS-2 with mirroring, striping, and JBOD mode for Intel® Server Boards and Systems.

Key features

  • One or two 8087 connectors for up to eight internal SAS/SATA ports
  • x8 PCI Express* Generation 31 interface for fast communication with the server board
  • LSI* SAS2308 IOC controller providing SAS 2.0 compliance including 6Gb/s data transfer and compatibility with SAS or SATA drives

Target applications

The Intel® Integrated RAID Module RMS25JB family is categorized as an entry-level product.

Key advantages



System design flexibility

1U-capable SAS RAID module connects to the Storage I/O expansion slot available on select Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600-based server boards. This module can be used in Intel and 3rd party chassis without the need for a riser card or low profile cutout.

Cost-effective data protection

Provides a low-cost RAID 0, 1, and 1E/10 solution for entry-level server and workstation environments where high performance and reliable data protection are required.

Improved serviceability with an optional MFBU

LSI Fusion-MPT* architecture and LSI2308* I/O Controller provides up to 700,000 I/Os1 per second while communicating over the PCI Express* 3.0 Host Bus.2

Highly scalable SAS or SATA storage

Connect SAS or SATA devices within the array. Employs JBODs (Just a Bunch of Disks) with support of up to 512 physical devices, or RAID 0, 1, 1E/10 with up to 10 devices.

Product Specifications

Product Order Code

Supported Devices

RAID Level Supported

Number of Internal Ports

Number of External Ports

Number of Devices Supported

Compatible Products



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0, 1, 1E, 10, JBOD




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0, 1, 1E, 10, JBOD




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Product and Performance Information


Actual performance may vary. At launch, performance will be limited to the PCIe* Generation 2.0 maximum of 400,000 IOPs.


At launch, compatibility will be limited to PCIe* Generation 2. PCIe* Generation 3 support is anticipated to be added by June 2012 and will require a module with a manufacture date that follows the addition of PCIe Generation 3 support.