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          HPE MSA 1TB SAS 6Gb s Dual Port 7200 RPM 2.5" Midline Hard Drive

          Item #: 16441880
          Mfr. Part#: C8S62A
          Availability: Limited Quantity
          Est. Ship: Ships Today

          • SCSI-2 connector
          • Up to 7200rpm performance
          • Spindle speed is 7200rpm
          • Warranty: 1 Year

          Ordering Information

          Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) provides a superior storage solution. With some storage requirements escalating and others becoming more complex, factors such as flexibility, performance, increased reliability, greater density, security, scalability and accessibility are more critical than ever.

          SAS Midline hard drives are ideal for servers or external storage for high-capacity, non mission-critical environments with less than 40% workloads requiring economical reliability (about twice that of entry drives) and redundant data paths to the drive, e.g. disk backup, archival, reference, and other highly available applications.
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          Connector SCSI-2
          Connector Type SCSI-2
          Contents drive, documentation
          Enclosure Type Internal
          Form Factor 2.5"
          Data Transfer Rate 600 MB/s
          Ports/Connectors (1) Serial Attached SCSI 2
          Returns Policy This product is subject to our return policy. Please see our complete return policy for details.
          Hard Drive Capacity 1 TB
          Spindle Speed 7200 rpm
          UNSPSC 43201803
          Warranty - Labor 1 Year
          Warranty - Parts 1 Year
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