HP MSA 70 Modular Smart Array

Server Parts are specialist suppliers to the IT trade of servers, storage and networking. We offer big discounts on the MSA 70 range and options, up to 45% below traditional distributors, we can configure servers to your exact requirements and ship worldwide. 

The HP Modular Smart Array family delivers simple, affordable storage technology to meet today's demanding and growing IT needs. These storage solutions offer the best price/performance and best price/availability features for direct attach environments, small clusters, workgroups and entry-level SAN environments. Each solution is designed to be easy to deploy, secure, and reduce management costs, while driving rapid return on investment.


High Levels of Storage Density, Data Protection, and Functionality

  • The MSA70 enclosure supports up to twenty five 2.5 inch SAS or SATA drives for a maximum capacity of 22.5 TB with 900GB SAS drives, 25 TB SAS MDL or SATA MDL drives.
  • MSA70 is designed for a high level of data protection. It includes redundant fans and power supplies (standard), and support for various RAID levels including RAID 6 with ADG (depending upon the Smart Array Controller used).
  • Dual domain SAS creates redundant pathways from servers to storage devices. The redundant paths created by these configurations reduce or eliminate single points of failure within the storage network. This provides increased levels of high availability with redundant paths from the controller to the drives.
  • The MSA70 features familiar configuration and management tools such as Array Configuration Utility (ACU) and HP Systems Insight Manager (SIM). Online Management Features include: Online Capacity Expansion, Online RAID Level Migration, Online Stripe Size Migration, Online Spares.
  • The MSA70 is designed and qualified for HP ProLiant and HP Integrity servers.
  • Advanced Data Guarding (RAID 6 with ADG) Fault Tolerance - It allocates two sets of parity data across drives and allows simultaneous write operations. This level of fault tolerance can withstand two simultaneous drive failures without downtime or data loss.