HGST Ultrastar He10 10TB SATA 6Gb/s 7200 3.5" Datacenter HDD - HUH721010ALE604 For Sale
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HGST Ultrastar He10 10TB SATA 6Gb/s 7200 3.5" Datacenter HDD - HUH721010ALE604:
[G01-1223-CR-5YR] HGST Ultrastar He10 HUH721010ALE604 10TB 7200RPM 256MB Cache [Power Disable] SATA 6.0Gb/s 3.5" Enterprise Hard Drive (Refurbished) - 5 Year Warranty
NOTE: Note: These HDD is used by Datacenter Servers for about 5 Years Period.
HDD was refurbished and data wiped with DoD Standard.
It's fully tested & passed HGST factory disgnose software test with ZERO Bad Sectors!
Since this is a heavy duty enterprise HDD with 2.5M-hour MTBF rating.
We are confidence that to honor another 5 Years Warranty from these hard drives!
Buy with confidence & Worry Free!
HGST Ultrastar HE10 10TB HARD DRIVE delivers the world’s first hermetically sealed, helium hard drive, the Ultrastar® He10 for massive scale-out envi- ronments. Why does helium make a di erence? Helium has only one-seventh the density of air. Replacing air with helium inside a hard drive dramatically reduces the turbulence caused by the spinning disks, cuts power consumption and results in a lower temperature within the disk drive.
The reduction in turbulence for the spinning disk allows HGST to deliver a seven-disk design in a traditional 3.5-inch form factor. In addition to being the world’s first helium-filled hard drive, HGST Ultrastar He6 is also the first hard drive in the industry to o er a 6-terabyte capacity. This design provides a 50% capacity gain and still reduces the energy needed to run the drive by up to 23%.
- World’s first helium-filled hard drive
- Industry-first 10TB capacity in a standard
- 3.5-inch form factor
- HelioSeal® process and 7StacTM design are keys to hermetically sealed drive with higher capacity
- TCOptimized design delivers on key elements of data center TCO: capacity, power, cooling and storage density
- SAS & SATA 6Gb/s models for configuration flexibility
- Self-Encrypting Drive (SED) options for HDD-level data security
- High-density data centers
- Massive scale-out data centers
- Containerized data centers
- Nearline storage and data center applications where density and capacity are paramount