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Tuesday, January 29, 2013
HGST Launches 1.2TB, 10K RPM Hard Drive


HGST today announced a high-capacity 10,000 RPM, enterprise-class hard drive - the Ultrastar C10K1200.

The new 2.5-inch Ultrastar C10K1200 features a SAS 6Gb/s interface, a 64MB cache buffer for optimized read/write response time, and a 10K rotational speed for high-performance computing.

As the only 1.2TB 10,000 RPM enterprise-class SAS hard drive in the industry, and one with a 2.0 million hours mean time between failure (MTBF) specification, the Ultrastar C10K1200 is a reliable solution for 24x7 enterprise applications such as data mining/analysis, business processing and timely delivery of data-intensive content-on-demand such as multiple channels of streaming video. The 1.2TB Ultrastar C10K1200 drive delivers 33 percent more capacity in the same 2.5-inch form factor, giving IT managers the ability to now store 28.8 TBs in a 2U, 24-bay rackmount server. The Ultrastar C10K1200 drive also helps datacenters achieve lower AC power and HVAC requirements. With HGST Advanced Power Management technology, with multi-state idle modes, the Ultrastar C10K1200 uses less than 5W during idle mode.

HGST's Ultrastar 10K performance HDDs are also designed to be plug-compatible with Ultrastar solid state drives. This allows IT managers to swap an SSD with a 10K hard drive in order to effectively scale and tier applications, as SSDs provide the best IOPs/watt for reducing TCO, while 10K performance drives are more cost effective from a dollar-per-GB and capacity-performance perspective.

Fluid Dynamic Bearing (FDB) motors deliver a low acoustic rating and improved data integrity, while Rotational Vibration Safeguard (RVS) technology anticipates and counteracts disturbances that can occur in multi-drive configurations. In addition, the Ultrastar C10K1200 uses HGST-patented head load/unload ramp to minimize integration induced drive damage.

For added data security, select models of the Ultrastar C10K1200 offer Bulk Data Encryption for hard drive-level data security. These self-encrypting models are designed to the Trusted Computing Group?s Enterprise A Security Subsystem Class encryption specification.

The new 2.5-inch Ultrastar C10K1200 hard drive is shipping today.

Model(s) HUC101212CSS600
HUC101212CSS601
Interface SATA 6Gb/s
Capacity (GB) 1000 (1.2TB)
Recording zones 40
Data Heads (physical) 8
Data Disks 4
Max areal density (Gbits/sq. in.) 448
Performance
Data buffer (MB) 64
Rotational Speed (RPM) 10K
Media transfer rate (Mbits/sec, max) 2232
Interface transfer rate (MB/sec, max) 600
Sustained transfer rate (MB/sec, typ.) 198-112
Seek Time (read, ms, typical) 4.6
Reliability
Error Rate (non-recoverable, bits read) 1 in 1016
MTBF (M hours) 2.0
Availability (hrs/day x days/wk) 24x7
Acoustics
Idle (Bels) 3.1
Power
Requirement +5 VDC (+/-5%), +12 VDC (+/-5%)
Requirement: Low power idle (W, avg) 3.7
Operating (W, typical) 6.7
Power consump. efficiency index (W/GB) 0.0038
Physical size
Z-height (mm) 14.8
Dimensions (width x depth, mm) 70.1x100.6
Weight (g, max) 218
Environmental (operating)
Ambient temperature 5º to 55º C
Shock (half-sine wave) 60 (2ms) G
Vibration (5 to 500 Hz) 0.4, all axes
Environmental (non-operating)
Ambient temperature -40º to 70º C
Shock (half-sine wave) >300 (2ms) G
Vibration (5 to 500 Hz) 1.2, all axes


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