Seagate ST2000NM0008 2TB centralised back-end storage

Technical Specification

Features:
  • Make: Seagate
  • Model code: ST2000NM0008
  • Series: Exos 7E2
  • Storage type: HDD
  • Capacity: 2 TB
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Offers economical storage for traditional 512-native infrastructures requiring a highly reliable enterprise hard drive SATA 6 Gb/s interface (512 native) for easy integration into 512 native legacy systems Engineered for reliable 24×7 unstructured data workloads of 550 TB/yr Industry-leading rotational vibration for consistent performance in multi-drive systems Enhanced enterprise reliability, data protection and security Best-fit applications include Hyperscale applications/cloud data centres, high-capacity density RAID storage, Mainstream enterprise external storage arrays, Enterprise backup and restore — D2D, virtual tape, Centralised surveillance

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Make Seagate
Manufacturer Seagate Technology
Model code ST2000NM0008
Series Exos 7E2
Storage type HDD
Capacity 2 TB
Interface SATA 6 Gb/s
Spin Speed 7200 RPM
Cache 128 MB
Maximum Operating Shock 70/40 Gs
Length 147 mm
Width 102 mm
Height 26 mm
Weight 550 g
AFR / MTBF 0.44%, 2,000,000 hours
Operating temperature 5 ~ 60 C (41 ~ 140 F)
Additional info
  • Offers economical storage for traditional 512-native infrastructures requiring a highly reliable enterprise hard drive
  • SATA 6 Gb/s interface (512 native) for easy integration into 512 native legacy systems
  • Engineered for reliable 24×7 unstructured data workloads of 550 TB/yr
  • Industry-leading rotational vibration for consistent performance in multi-drive systems
  • Enhanced enterprise reliability, data protection and security
  • Best-fit applications include Hyperscale applications/cloud data centres, high-capacity density RAID storage, Mainstream enterprise external storage arrays, Enterprise backup and restore — D2D, virtual tape, Centralised surveillance
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