Toshiba MG08 16TB drives are compatible with the most of applications and OSs, which can read and write workloads in both cloud and traditional datacentres.
Toshiba has reported MG08 Series Conventional Magnetic Recording (CMR) HDD. With 33% more capacity than the present broadly received 12TB drives, and 14% more capacity than earlier 14TB models, MG08 16TB drives are perfect with the vastest scope of apps and operating systems, and adjusted to blended random and consecutive read and compose outstanding burdens in both cloud and customary datacentre conditions.
The MG08 Series is Toshiba’s second-gen helium-fixed HDD family, and eighth-generation Enterprise Capacity HDD family. Toshiba has conveyed its industry-driving 16TB capacity and enhanced power effectiveness by using the 9-circle helium design, presented a year ago in 14TB models, and its very own propelled precision laser welding process to guarantee the helium stays fixed inside the drive case. The MG08 highlights 7,200rpm execution, a 550TB every year remaining burden rating, a 2.5 million-hour MTTF, a 512Mib cache buffer, and a decision of SATA and SAS interfaces—all in an industry-standard, 3.5-inch frame factor.
The MG08 Series further outlines Toshiba’s promise to progressing HDD configuration to meet the developing requirements for storage gadgets suited for use in cloud-scale servers and storage foundation. As data development proceeds at an unstable pace, the industry-driving 16TB CMR capacity will enable cloud-to scale specialist co-ops and storage arrangements creators to accomplish higher storage densities for cloud, half and half cloud and on-premises rack-scale storage. With its enhanced power effectiveness and 16TB capacity, the MG08 Series will help bring down the TCO of storage foundation intended for applications, for example, data-insurance, enormous data collection, content serving and computerized documenting.
“Toshiba’s new 16TB MG08 Series conveys new dimensions of storage capacity and thickness while conveying enhanced power effectiveness for our cloud-scale and storage arrangements clients. Just high-thickness HDD innovation can accomplish our clients’ basic TCO targets at an expense of pennies for every GB,” said Takayoshi Tokushima, Senior Director of Storage Products Marketing Group at Toshiba Electronic Components Taiwan Corporation.