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"Seagate Announces 14TB Barracuda Pro, IronWolf, And IronWolf Pro"



 
 
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Old September 11th 18, 02:38 AM posted to comp.sys.ibm.pc.hardware.storage
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"Seagate Announces 14TB Barracuda Pro, IronWolf, And IronWolf Pro"

https://www.tomshardware.com/news/se...pro,37768.html

"Seagate's 14TB drives use standard PMR (Perpendicular Magnetic
Recording), which has been the industry's recording technology of choice
for nearly a decade. Seagate's next-gen 16TB models will mark the debut
of HAMR (Heat Assisted Magnetic Recording) technology, which uses tiny
lasers to increase storage density."

Good night, these hard drives are getting bigger by the minute. And not
cheap at a list price of around $600 each.

Lynn
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Old September 11th 18, 06:11 AM posted to comp.sys.ibm.pc.hardware.storage
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Lynn McGuire wrote:

"Seagate Announces 14TB Barracuda Pro, IronWolf, And IronWolf Pro"

https://www.tomshardware.com/news/se...pro,37768.html

"Seagate's 14TB drives use standard PMR (Perpendicular Magnetic
Recording), which has been the industry's recording technology of choice
for nearly a decade. Seagate's next-gen 16TB models will mark the debut
of HAMR (Heat Assisted Magnetic Recording) technology, which uses tiny
lasers to increase storage density."

Good night, these hard drives are getting bigger by the minute. And not
cheap at a list price of around $600 each.


Still less than half of Samsung's 30TB SSD.

https://www.theverge.com/circuitbrea...erabyte-pm1643

The price is so high that they don't list it. Price wasn't announced at
the time. Their 2-year older 15TB SSD sold for $10,000 USD.

And that's not the biggest SSD. I see Nimbus Data's ExaDrive DC100 has
100 TB of SSD storage but, again, no pricing schedule yet released.

So the mega-terabyte HDDs look cheap by comparison.
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Old September 15th 18, 01:40 AM posted to comp.sys.ibm.pc.hardware.storage
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On 2018-09-11, Lynn McGuire wrote:
Good night, these hard drives are getting bigger by the minute. And not
cheap at a list price of around $600 each.


They'll come down in price over time. Remember when a 10MB (yes, Megabyte)
hard drive for a PC cost about $3,000?

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Old September 15th 18, 02:31 PM posted to comp.sys.ibm.pc.hardware.storage
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And how reliable is it? :/


Lynn McGuire wrote:
"Seagate Announces 14TB Barracuda Pro, IronWolf, And IronWolf Pro"


https://www.tomshardware.com/news/se...pro,37768.html


"Seagate's 14TB drives use standard PMR (Perpendicular Magnetic
Recording), which has been the industry's recording technology of choice
for nearly a decade. Seagate's next-gen 16TB models will mark the debut
of HAMR (Heat Assisted Magnetic Recording) technology, which uses tiny
lasers to increase storage density."


Good night, these hard drives are getting bigger by the minute. And not
cheap at a list price of around $600 each.


Lynn


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Old September 15th 18, 04:15 PM posted to comp.sys.ibm.pc.hardware.storage
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On Sat, 15 Sep 2018 08:31:55 -0500, (Ant) wrote:

And how reliable is it? :/


Lynn McGuire wrote:
"Seagate Announces 14TB Barracuda Pro, IronWolf, And IronWolf Pro"


https://www.tomshardware.com/news/se...pro,37768.html

"Seagate's 14TB drives use standard PMR (Perpendicular Magnetic
Recording), which has been the industry's recording technology of choice
for nearly a decade. Seagate's next-gen 16TB models will mark the debut
of HAMR (Heat Assisted Magnetic Recording) technology, which uses tiny
lasers to increase storage density."


Good night, these hard drives are getting bigger by the minute. And not
cheap at a list price of around $600 each.


Lynn


It has a 5-yr warranty.
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Old September 15th 18, 06:40 PM posted to comp.sys.ibm.pc.hardware.storage
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On Sat, 15 Sep 2018 10:15:50 -0500, wrote:

On Sat, 15 Sep 2018 08:31:55 -0500,
(Ant) wrote:

Lynn McGuire wrote:
"Seagate Announces 14TB Barracuda Pro, IronWolf, And IronWolf Pro"


https://www.tomshardware.com/news/se...pro,37768.html


And how reliable is it? :/



It has a 5-yr warranty.


Which you can only use if it's not used for heavily encrypted
or sensitive data, otherwise they'll flog your data.
People prefer to destroy the drive rather than claim the
warranty, even if the controller burns out after a couple of months.
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Old September 15th 18, 07:42 PM posted to comp.sys.ibm.pc.hardware.storage
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Lynn McGuire wrote:

And not cheap at a list price of around $600 each.


The highest capacity drives always cost more per TB than those in the
middle of the curve. The more economical (and reliable) long-run
strategy for big storage is a RAID box stuffed with smaller but cheaper
drives.

 




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