Seagate reaches the 12 terabytes with their new albums hard

in July of last year, Seagate announced the first hard drives of 10 terabytes based on helium general consumption-oriented. In late January, he anticipated that he would need less than 18 months to reach the 16 terabytes and recently finished up the first step. Series Enterprise Capacity formatted 3.5 inch now has units of 12 terabytes with SATA interface and SAS, a maximum transfer that exceeds 260 megabytes per second, and five year warranty.

the world business always looks forward to each new jump capacity hard disks . A higher density per unit translates into more space per server, and greater efficiency. I understand that for some users a change of one or two terabytes not appear much, but if we change the scales, achieving with five hard drives before taking six is very important . That is exactly the mechanics of the two manufacturers of hard disk drives, Seagate and Western Digital . The benefits to the end user are welcomed from every point of view, but the real tour de force passes through the demands of large companies.

hard drive reinvents itself with every new model

the last expression on the side of Seagate is your new hard drive of 12 terabytes under series Enterprise Capacity representing at the same time its second-generation helium-based units. Seagate was able to install eight dishes within this hard, keeping and even reducing the energy consumption in activity. Just like the previous version, 12 terabyte disks still spinning at 7,200 RPM, and have a 256 MB cache memory. Hard disks are divided into twelve specific models depending on the needs of the customer (digamos, tamaño de sector o cifrado integrado) . Maximum sustained transfer comes to 261 megabytes per second, and the time between failures remains fixed in 2.5 million hours .

Unfortunately, Seagate he did not give further details on availability and price, but yes confirmed that the warranty will be five . Previous series of Enterprise Capacity had a cost of $490 per 10 TB in SATA interface, and 505 dollars by the SAS Variant. The logic leads us to think that new 12 terabyte disks will not be far away from that.

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