Toshiba 18TB Hard Drive Enterprise Capacity
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- Storage Capacity: Up to 18TB
- 3.5″ SATA / SAS Hard Drive
- 24/7 operation
- Toshiba Stable Platter Technology
- Persistent Write Cache technology
- 550 TB/year workload
- Flexibility in block size and SIE and SED options
- Rotational Vibrations sensor
- 512 MB / 256 MB / 128 MB Buffer
- 5-year warranty
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As Big Data demands more distributed storage in the cloud and on-premises, enterprise server and storage systems need to be built using trusted solutions. Toshiba’s Enterprise Capacity Hard Drive – MG Series offers formatted capacities as high as 18 TB with interface options including SATA and SAS and delivers 24/7 operation at a workload of 550 TB/year. The MG Series is ideal for enterprise storage arrays and industrial server and storage systems. It provides the capacity and advanced technologies to meet the demands of data center and cloud-scale infrastructures.
Writing data at the densities required for high-capacity HDDs calls for an advanced, innovative, and reliable approach. Toshiba’s MG09 series HDDs feature Flux Control Microwave Assisted Magnetic Recording (FC-MAMR) technology – a simple and elegant technique that uses microwave energy to ensure more of the write energy is focused on the platter, achieving an increase in areal density capability (ADC) of up to 20%. Toshiba’s technology uses conventional writing methods while eliminating the drawbacks of other MAMR approaches, allowing MG09 HDDs to achieve capacities up to 18 TB.
• Business critical enterprise server and storage systems with the need for capacity
• Mainstream enterprise storage arrays (RAID, software-defined)
• Cloud- and hyperscale storage systems
• Distributed file systems, Big Data
• Enterprise and cloud archive- and data recovery systems
• Centralized surveillance data storage systems
• Industrial server- and storage systems
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