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Introducing Seagate’s Constellation.2: Industry’s first 1TB 2.5-inch enterprise drive for bulk data requirements

What if…

You could deploy additional enterprise storage without expanding your data center?
• Maximize utility of your data center footprint by supporting up to 76TB per square foot

You could deploy a high capacity enterprise storage solution that lowers energy costs?
• Operates on average less than 6.4 watts – the lowest operating power in the industry
• Saves up to 72% over traditional 3.5-inch hard drives
• Save up to 54% more by implementing PowerChoice™ on-demand idle power savings feature
• Small form factor design provides for improved system airflow and cooling

You could improve the uptime of your data center and lower storage management costs?
• Features 1.4M hours mean-time-between-failure (MTBF)
• Annualized failure rate (AFR) of 0.62% delivering the industry’s highest level of reliability for a 24×7 nearline drive
• Lower your data management costs by deploying a scalable and secure tiered storage solution
• Leverage the performance & capacity of Savvio and Constellation.2 enterprise drives
• 5 Year Warranty provides an additional 2 years of protection for your data center assets

You can do it all with the new Constellation.2 capacity-optimized 1TB enterprise drive from Seagate.

Announced today and available in the channel now, it’s the only drive on the market that can service your high capacity needs in an efficient, low power 2.5-inch form factor with the high 1TB capacity point to service your persistent data needs.

Check it out here.

2 Comments

  • [...] Today, Seagate announced a massive 1.0TB 2.5-inch enterprise capacity optimized hard drive for bulk data applications, otherwise known as nearline or business critical. The 2nd generation Constellation hard drive doubles its capacity to 1.0TB and it is available in both 6Gb/s SAS and 6Gb/s SATA interfaces.  Barbara Craig, Product Marketing Manager for Constellation and enterprise blogger  has a post all about it…check it out. [...]

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