• Highest-capacity enterprise drive, up to 4TB for maximum density server and storage solutions
• Perfect for reliable, 24×7 bulk data storage
• Predictable 7200-RPM performance even in the most rugged multi-drive SAS or SATA environments
• Best-in-class energy efficiency with low power and cooling requirements
• Protect your data and ease data disposal costs and management with the SED FIPS 140-2 option
Features Supersize your storage
The Constellation ES.3, with the world’s highest capacities in a 3.5-inch HDD form factor, is the perfect foundation for building maximum density server and storage solutions. These capacity-optimized hard drives support up to152TB of storage per square foot for a great return-on-investment for your enterprise storage.
Reliable bulk data storage for a 24x7 world
Building high capacity RAID storage solutions requires predictable and consistent performance. With the Constellation ES.3, we take it a step further and ensure your data is reliably stored in multi-drive chassis solutions.
Boost your storage capacities – and conserve power
Storing massive amounts of unstructured data is easy and smart with the Constellation ES.3. Designed with best-in-class energy efficiency, it uses a minimum power and cooling envelope to store up to 152TB per square foot.
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