Helium-sealed 9-platter design and innovations in the field of energy-assisted magnetic recording enable higher levels of storage density and energy efficiency
Toshiba unveiled the new MG09 Hard Disk series, the company’s first range of drives with energy-assisted magnetic recording.
Based on Toshiba’s patented third-generation 9-platter helium-filled design, the new drives implement the revolutionary Flux Control – Microwave Assisted Magnetic Recording (FC-MAMR) technology.
Thanks to this innovation, the density of conventional magnetic recording (CMR) has been increased to 2TB per platter, thus reaching a total capacity of 18TB.
With 12.5% more capacity than previous 16TB models, the 18TB MG09 CMR drives are compatible with a wide range of applications and operating systems.
These disks are capable of handling mixed random and sequential read / write workloads for both cloud-scale and traditional data center deployments.
Other features include a rotation speed of 7,200 RPM, a TBW of 550TB and the ability to choose between SATA or SAS interface.
The compact 3.5-inch form factor, industry standard, and helium-sealed technology also ensure maximum energy efficiency.
The 18TB MG09 series units will be available from the end of March, for more information see this link.
Source: Nexthardware All by www.nexthardware.com.
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