The 4TB WD Se is a high-quality DATACENTER HDD that delivers incredible performance thanks to its easy to use 3.5 inch form factor that is just 26.1 mm in height, the drive has a rotation speed of 7200 rpm. The WD Re HDD’s technical highlight is it’s 6Gb/s interface, which is a SAS standard. This drive in particular has a storage capacity of 4TB and has a massive 32MB Cache.
Scale it in DATACENTER
WD Re DATACENTER hard drives are just the right bend of performance, workload capability and also keeping the the total cost of ownership down. Massive capacities up to 6TB suit even the most demanding datacenter, enterprise server, or cloud storage needs.
High-Capacity Nearline Drive
WD Re DATACENTER hard drives are just the right bend of performance, workload capability and also keeping the the total cost of ownership down. Massive capacities up to 8TB suit even the most demanding datacenter, enterprise server, or cloud storage needs.
Every WD Re DATACENTER hard drive are specifically designed to handle up to 550TB per year – the highest workload capability of any 3.5-inch hard drive – delivering both performance and reliability to any datacenter environment. With up to 2 million hours MTBF, this high performance drive delivers the highest level of reliability for 24 x 7 x 365 operation in the most demanding storage environments.
Cost Effective Enterprise-Class Storage
With the 4TB WD Re Hard Drive you can build a massive data footprint with capacities in the range of 6 - 218TB per square foot, to make sure all of this data is kept safe the Re DATACENTER HDD’s are equipped with enhanced RAFF Technology which monitors the drive and corrects both linear and rotational vibration in real time, this along with the Multi-axis shock sensor and StableTrac Technology gives you peace of mind to know your data is safe.
WD Re DATACENTER HDD
Performance-optimised high-capacity storage for high-intensity applications, the chart above shows how the WD Se Hard Drives Perform in specific areas so it’s easier to choose which Hard Drive is best suited to your needs.
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