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Seagate Cheetah 300GB 15K.6 SAS Hard Drive

300 GB Seagate ST3300656SS Cheetah 15K.6, SAS 3Gb/s, 15000rpm, 16MB, Cache 3.4 ms

Seagate
Scan code: LN18591 Manufacturer code: ST3300656SS Request call
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Product Overview The Seagate® Cheetah® 15K.6 hard drive enables manageable tiered storage solutions without compromising performance or reliability. Cheetah 15K.6 drives deliver cost-effective solutions, allowing systems to keep up with increasing performance needs over a longer period of time.

Features • Second-generation perpendicular recording for maximum capacity
• Unprecedented performance with a 28 percent increase in sustained data rate, up to 164 MB/sec.
• Industry’s highest 3.5-inch drive reliability at 1.6-million-hours MTBF.
• Seagate proprietary PowerTrim™ technology provides a 61 percent improvement in watts/GB at idle.
• Advanced read/write technology delivers unrecoverable error rate of 1x10-16
• Available in FC or SAS interfaces

Best-Fit Applications - All mainstream enterprise applications, such as:
• Email
• Business processing
• Transaction processing
• Decision support
• Storage area networks
• Networked attached storage
• Internet and e-commerce
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
36 months
Type:
Direct
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
1 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
Seagate
Telephone:
00-800-4732-4289
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