Summary: Seagate introduces the IronWolf Pro 24 TB hard drive, designed for small and medium-sized businesses and enterprise NAS environments, with top-tier performance, reliability, and data protection features.
- Wide range of capacities, up to 24 TB, to meet the needs of businesses of any size
- Top-tier performance and reliability, with sustained transfer rates of 285 MB/s and a user workload rating of up to 550 TB/year
- Seagate's AgileArray technology and IronWolf Health Management system ensure best-in-class performance and data protection
Seagate, the leader in mass-data Storage infrastructure solutions, has just launched its latest offering: the Seagate IronWolf Pro 24 TB hard drive. Designed specifically to meet the evolving data demands of small and medium-sized businesses (SMB) and enterprise network attached storage (NAS) environments, this new addition to the IronWolf Pro portfolio is built to scale with the needs of growing businesses.
With a wide range of capacities, starting from 2 TB and going all the way up to a whopping 24 TB, the Seagate IronWolf Pro series ensures that businesses of any size can find a solution that fits their requirements. But it’s not just about capacity – these drives are engineered for top-tier performance and reliability.
Featuring sustained transfer rates of 285 MB/s, a user workload rating of up to 550 TB/year, and an impressive mean time between failures (MTBF) of 2.5 million hours, the new Seagate IronWolf Pro drives are built to deliver uninterrupted performance, reliability, and dependability in multi-bay and multi-user collaborative environments. This means businesses can rely on these drives to handle heavy workloads and demanding tasks without skipping a beat.
One of the standout features of the IronWolf Pro drives is Seagate’s AgileArray technology, which is optimized for NAS systems. By leveraging dual-plane balancing and time-limited error recovery (TLER), AgileArray ensures best-in-class performance even in multi-bay systems. The inclusion of built-in rotational vibration (RV) sensors and dual plane balancing further enhances performance and reliability by addressing vibrations and maintaining consistent high performance.
Seagate understands the importance of data protection, which is why they’ve equipped the IronWolf Pro drive with their IronWolf Health Management system. This system provides prevention, intervention, and recovery recommendations to protect data and ensure peak system health on compatible NAS systems. Additionally, Seagate offers a five-year limited warranty and three years of Seagate Rescue Data Recovery Services with every IronWolf Pro drive, giving businesses added peace of mind.
The Seagate IronWolf Pro 24 TB is now available for purchase at a price of $649. With its impressive performance, reliability features, and comprehensive data protection, this hard drive is an excellent choice for SMBs and enterprises in need of robust storage solutions.
About Seagate: Seagate Technology, founded in 1978, is a leading data storage solutions provider that specializes in hard drives and storage solutions for consumers, businesses, and data centers. With a reputation for reliability and innovation, Seagate's products address diverse storage needs, from individual data storage to large-scale enterprise environments. The company has played a crucial role in shaping the data storage landscape and continues to be at the forefront of technological advancements.Seagate Website: https://www.seagate.com/
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MTBF: MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures) is a measure of reliability used in the computer industry to determine the average time a system or component can be expected to operate without failure. It is a measure of the average time a system or component can be expected to operate without failure. MTBF is used to determine the expected lifetime of a system or component, and is used to compare the reliability of different systems or components. It is also used to determine the expected maintenance intervals for a system or component, and to determine the expected cost of ownership for a system or component. MTBF is an important metric for the computer industry, as it helps to ensure that systems and components are reliable and cost-effective.
NAS: Network Attached Storage (NAS) is a specialized storage device or server that provides centralized data storage and access over a network, usually using Ethernet connections. NAS systems are designed to offer a convenient and efficient way to store and share files among multiple users or devices within a home or office environment. Unlike traditional storage solutions, NAS devices operate independently and have their own operating systems and management interfaces. They are characterized by easy setup and configuration, making them accessible even to users with limited technical expertise. NAS devices can offer various features, including data redundancy through RAID configurations, remote access over the internet, automatic backup, media streaming, and even application hosting in some advanced models. As a versatile and user-friendly storage solution, NAS has become a popular choice for both personal and small business use.
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