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Rocket 1580

PCIe 4.0 x16 8-Port U.2 NVMe HBA

Industry's Fastest & Most Verstaile NVMe Connectivity Solution for PCIe Gen4 Platforms

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HighPoint Rocket Series NVMe connectivity HBAs address the needs of solution providers and system integrators that cater to vertical marketplaces for high-speed industrial, corporate, and media applications. They were designed for professional applications that demand uncompromised storage performance, scalability and adaptability, in a compact, easy to integrate package that is universally compatible with industry standard x86-64 (Intel/AMD), Mac and ARM platforms.

The Rocket 1580 is the industry's fastest and most vsersatile PCIe Gen4 NVMe connectivity HBA. The eight independent device ports can support U.2/U.3 or M.2 NVMe SSDs via a range of cabling solutions.

Performance-Focused NVMe Hardware Architecture

HighPoint NVMe connectivity HBAs benefit from decades of engineering and design expertise, and are capable of saturating x16 lanes of PCIe Gen4 or Gen3 host bandwidth. The highly flexible, performance-focused NVMe hardware architecture leverages intelligent PCIe switch technology to allocate up to x4 lanes to each device port, as needed.

Native, In-Box NVMe Device Driver Support

HighPoint NVMe HBA’s were designed with simplicity in mind. Just install the SSDs and plug in the card!

Rocket 1500 Series HBA’s are natively supported by all major Windows and macOS operating systems, and current distributions of Linux. You won’t need to juggle a series of device drivers, install a complex software suite, or master a specialized management interface. Your NVMe SSDs will be automatically recognized, and can be prepped and mounted using the operating system’s standard tool set.


Versatile Cabling Solutions

The Rocket 1580 works with a variety of industry standard connectors – not just SFF-8639, which is employed directly by U.2 media. We offer a selection of PCIe Gen4 capable cabling accessories capable of supporting a wide range of storage configurations, including SFF-8643 connections an