Can your NVMe RAID solutions support non-RAID NVMe configurations?
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Standard Support & Sales Response – Can your NVMe RAID solutions support non-RAID NVMe configurations?
Yes – RAID is always optional, and not required. In most cases, single NVMe SSD’s will be automatically recognized by the operating system when hosted by our RAID controllers or enclosures – no configuration is required.
If the SSD had been part of a previous array, make sure that array was deleted – the SSD can then be used independently.