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New Hitachi Ultrastar C10K600 10k RPM is fastest and most power-efficient Enterprise HDD

Oct 11 2010, 2:59am CDT | by , in News | Computer Hardware

New Hitachi Ultrastar C10K600 10k RPM is fastest and most power-efficient Enterprise HDD
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Hitachi today announced the industry’s fastest and most power-efficient, 10K RPM, 6Gb/s Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) Enterprise hard drive, the Hitachi Ultrastar C10K600. Hitachi says that the new 2.5-inch, 600GB Hitachi drive delivers up to 15% better random and 18% faster sequential performance than competitive products on the market today.
The Ultrastar C10K600 drive also sets a new standard for energy-efficiency with an operating power specification that is at least 22% lower than the competition. Built on a field-proven platform to ensure greater reliability and reduced qualification time, these compact Ultrastar drives deliver the power, performance and high storage density requirements for Tier 1, Enterprise networked storage arrays, blades and other rack-mounted servers.

The Ultrastar C10K600 drive family is offered in 300GB, 450GB and 600GB versions, providing capacity parity with 3.5-inch drives. At 2.5-inches, these small form factor drives occupy 70 percent less physical space and consume 65% less power than Hitachi’s 3.5-inch enterprise hard drives. Their capacity and performance attributes allow users to transition seamlessly from larger storage systems to more efficient designs based on 2.5-inch drives. The resulting higher density servers and storage arrays reduce space requirements, lower cooling costs and reduce the total cost of ownership.

The Ultrastar C10K600 is now shipping to customers worldwide, and has already been qualified by select OEMs.

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