Seagate 18TB Exos X18 7200 rpm SATA III 3.5″ Internal HDD

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$439.99

The 18TB Exos X18 7200 rpm SATA III 3.5″ Internal HDD from Seagate is a high-performance, large-capacity drive designed for data storage. I

Seagate X16 Overview

DThe 18TB Exos X18 7200 rpm SATA III 3.5″ Internal HDD from Seagate is a high-performance, large-capacity drive designed for data storage. It’s suitable for engineering workstations, network servers, mainframes, supercomputers, and other demanding tasks that require 24/7 operation. This 7200-rpm drive utilizes the SATA III 6 Gb/s interface for data transfer rates of up to 270 MB/s. Moreover, as a professional-grade drive, it has an MTBF rating of 2.5 million hours as well as built-in digital sensors to ensure optimal performance, PowerBalance for lower power consumption, and a helium seal for lower power, weight, and increased durability and leak protection.

Maximum Storage Capacity for Highest Rack Space Efficiency

  • An 18TB drive offers high capacity for more petabytes per rack
  • Highly reliable performance with enhanced caching, making it the logical choice for cloud data center and massive scale-out data center applications
  • Hyperscale SATA model tuned for large data transfers and low latency
  • PowerBalance optimizes watts per terabyte
  • Maximize total cost of ownership savings through lower power and weight with a helium sealed-drive design
  • Helium side-sealing weld technology for added handling robustness and leak protection
  • Digital environmental sensors to monitor internal drive conditions for optimal operation and performance
  • Data protection and security – Seagate Secure features for safe, affordable, fast, and easy drive retirement
  • Proven enterprise-class reliability backed by a limited 5-year warranty and 2.5 million hour MTBF rating

Best-Fit Applications

  • Hyperscale applications/cloud data centers
  • Massive scale-out data centers
  • Big data applications
  • High-capacity density RAID storage
  • Mainstream enterprise external storage arrays
  • Distributed file systems, including Hadoop and Ceph
  • Enterprise backup and restore – D2D, virtual tape
  • Centralized surveillance