It’s one of the iHAS_24 B series drives, probably included in some pre-manufactured desktop computer (which explains the alternative drive ID string you see). At the very least, it’s an iHAS124 B. Dependong on the features promoted for the drive, it could equate to…
iHAS124 = baseline model
iHAS224 = 124 + LightScribe
iHAS324 = 124 + SmartErase
iHAS424 = 124 + LightScribe + SmartErase (or = 224 + SmartErase)
iHAS524 = 124 + LabelTag + SmartErase
iHAS624 = 124 + LabelTag + LightScribe + SmartErase (or = 524 + LightScribe)
(source for that listing)
You won’t find new drivers for an optical drive; those are in the OS by default, and nothing else is required.
As for new firmware, I would suggest not trying to find an update unless you know the update fixes a specific problem you are experiencing.