Category: Storage and hard drives
Manufacturer: IBM
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 27KB
Operating System: Windows 2003/XP
Latest Version / Release Date: / 08 Oct 2010

Windows device driver information for IBM-ESXS VSC7160

The IBM-ESXS VSC7160 is an edge expander. This device is well known for its great performances hence increased output. It works with the SCSI and with the help of SAS it is up for expansion. It is very flexible and is mostly used as a storage device. It has a high memory that caters for huge amounts of data. The IBM-ESXS VSC7160 can be expanded to host up to 12 devices. This happens internally. The IBM-ESXS VSC7160 is programmable and this makes it user friendly. Its intuitive interface allows for easy installations and ease of use. the IBM-ESXS VSC7160 is a multifunctional device that is also used for relaying the SAS signals. The interface this device uses operates at low speeds, it is however very flexible and accommodates several changes. The IBM-ESXS VSC7160 is very secure and all data sent to it is highly protected.

Outdated Drivers?

Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.

To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates

The IBM-ESXS VSC7160 is used with the JBOD Arrays and also with the Storage Appliances Network (SAN). It also has back up storage in form of a disc. The IBM-ESXS VSC7160 also comes with a system for storage known as the Fabric Attached Storage (FAS). The IBM-ESXS VSC7160 will be used for diagnostics and link tests. It comes with output and input signals which are programmable. The IBM-ESXS VSC7160 may also be used with an external flash or with the EEPROM Support. Users are always advised to use the IBM-ESXS VSC7160 device with its latest version of drivers and accessories to ensure that it remains stable for longer and that it retains its high performance speeds. the IBM-ESXS VSC7160 device’s compatibility with operating systems must be checked. This is done to make sure that the right drivers are in use. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and IBM-ESXS VSC7160 errors before installing any driver updates.