HGST He6 Ultrastar 6TB Helium 3.5" SAS HDD/Hard Drive HUS726060ALS640
• World’s First Helium HDD: Patented HelioSeal™ technology enables this new building block for future growth.
• Industry’s First 6TB HDD: Innovative 7Stac™ disk design enables the world’s highest capacity.
• TCOptimized™ Platform: Delivers higher capacity, lower power, cooler and quieter operation in a standard 3.5-inch form factor.
• High-density data centers.
• Massive scale-out data centers.
• Containerized data centers.
• Nearline storage applications.
• Bulk storage.
• Enterprise and data center applications where density and capacity are paramount.
More information can be found in the PDF below:
Features • Highest capacity HDD on the market; 6TB, seven-disk design, providing the best TCO.
• Lowest power consumption with best watts-per-TB: 23% lower idle power per drive, 49% better watts-per-TB.
• Best density footprint in a standard 3.5-inch form factor: 50% higher capacity.
• Lighter weight than a standard five-disk 3.5-inch drive: 50g lighter even with two more disks, offering 50% more capacity, 38% lower weight-per-TB.
|SSHD Flash Memory Size||N/A|
|SSHD Flash Memory Type||N/A|
|Max. Operating Shock||70 G|
|Dimensions||101.6 x 26.1 x 147 (WxHxD mm)|
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- 60 months
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
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