Controllers Cards & Cables

Tekmart Africa stocks various types of cables in different lengths for all purposes. You can find network cables, power cables, fiber cables, and many more in our online store. Browse our selection of cables below, where we have listed all of our cables, complete with specifications, price and availability. If you have any questions or special requests, our sales team is ready to assist you! The majority of our cables are in a refurbished condition.

Even though these cables are used, they function just as well as new counterparts. They have undergone tests and inspections to ensure that we do not have faulty or non-working equipment in our stock. We sell our cables at a reduced price since they are not new,but you do not have to worry about quality – each cable carry a Tekmart Africa 90-day 1 (one) year replacement warranty  for you peace of mind.

A RAID controller is a hardware device or software program used to manage hard disk drives (HDDs) or solid-state drives (SSDs) in a computer or storage array so they work as a logical unit.

A  controller offers a level of abstraction between an operating system and the physical drives. A RAID controller presents groups to applications and operating systems as logical units for which data protection schemes can be defined. Because the controller has the ability to access multiple copies of data on multiple physical devices, it has the ability to improve performance and protect data in the event of a system crash.

In hardware-based RAID, a physical controller is used to manage the RAID array. The controller can take the form of a PCI or PCI Express (PCIe) card, which is designed to support a specific drive format such as SATA or SCSI. (Some RAID controllers can also be integrated with the motherboard.)

A RAID controller may also be software-only, using the hardware resources of the host system. Software-based RAID generally provides similar functionality to hardware-based RAID, but its performance is typically less than that of the hardware versions.