MPN : 881779-X21
Manufacture : HPE
Product Type : Hard Drive
SKU : 881779-X21
Spare Part Number: 882397-001
Model Number: MB012000JWDFD
Model Number: MB012000JWTFC
Assembly Number: 868210-001
Assembly Number: P04385-001
HPE GPN: 877029-002
Capacity: 12 TB
Form Factor: 3.5 inch LFF
Interface: SAS 12 GBPS
Bytes per Sector: 512
Drive Technology (Fill): Helium
Plug Type: Hot Plug
Format Type: 512e
Carrier Type: Smart Carrier (SC)
Workload Type: Midline
Features: Dual Port, Advanced Format 512e, Digitally Signed Firmware
Bundled with: HPE SmartDrive Carrier
Rotational Speed: 7.2K RPM
Transfer Rate Synchronous (Max): 12Gb/sec
OD Media Rate, Max Sequential Throughput (MiB/s): 235
128Kib Random Rd (IOPs): 105
128Kib Random 70% RD/ 30% WT (IOPs): 115
128Kib Random 50% RD/ 50% WT (IOPs): 125
Expansion & Connectivity
Interfaces: 1 x SAS 12 Gb/s
Compatible Bay: 3.5" LFF
Idle Time: 5.50 Watt
Random R/W: 6.10 Watt
Sequential Read: 7.00 Watt
Sequential Write: 6.80 Watt
Minimum Operating Temperature: 50° F
Maximum Operating Temperature: 95° F
Height: 1.06 inch
Width: 4.16 inch
Depth: 6.69 inch
HPE ProLiant DL Series: DL20 Gen9 Solution (3.5 inch), DL385 Gen10 (3.5 inch), DL385 Gen10 Base (3.5 inch), DL385 Gen10 Entry (3.5 inch), DL385 Gen10 High-Perferformance (3.5 inch), DL385 Gen10 High-Performance (3.5 inch), DL385 Gen10 Performance (3.5 inch), DL385 Gen10 Solution (3.5 inch) Servers
The Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) hard drives have become increasingly popular for their increasing use in high-end workstations and servers. These drives are employed in consumer desktops and modern servers for their speed and reliability. Enterprises have made the SAS hard drives their de-facto standard. Now, the 12Gbps speed throws the usefulness of these drives up a notch.
Most professional hosting providers now use SAS 12Gbps hard drives for data production. These drives have proven useful in high input/output operations and critical website functions. Users trust these drives because there is no risk of data loss, corruption, or downtime.
SAS 12Gbps drives read, write, and process data within split seconds. The latest 12Gbps disks use the latest RAID hardware technology to offer faster data transfer and recovery rates. They are perfect for sequential data, high workloads, and random IOPS alike.
This function allows them to be best suited for servers that have 100 percent duty cycles. They do not only work with desktops and PCs, but they can read/write data 24/7.
SAS 12Gbps HDDs have received utmost attention in the market as a result of its high performance. These performance benefits allow it to be useful for a wide variety of applications. For instance, a SAS 12Gbps connection can support up to four wide lanes per connection.
Connecting JBOD with these SAS drives can support up to 1200MB/s. These high-performance drives do not only help handle large workloads; they also offer cost-effective expansion to an already robust system.
Also, each 12Gbps high-performance SAS drives can offer users a rotational speed of up to 15000 rpm.
They provide a great bandwidth enough to perform efficiently. The robust performance of SAS 12Gbps drives clearly a worthy investment for improved performance of servers and desktops. They provide very large amounts of storage options and a cost-effective choice for users.
The flexibility is one of the best benefits of SAS 12Gbps drives. These drives have configured flexibility, which allows them to work perfectly with several devices without modification or changes. Many of them feature a Universal Serial controller for seamless system support.
SAS 12Gbps hard drives can also be partitioned in a storage pool and assigned to servers for work-intensive applications. They are a perfect fit for server systems, including reservation systems, medical imaging, and more!
Only this range of SAS hard drives can provide users with the best worlds of flexibility. This way, allowing them to support use with other drives.
12Gbps SAS-based storage systems have the benefit of dual-port capability. This allows them to provide a redundant path to the drives in case of controller failover. These drives also operate on separate point-to-point connections. That way, it is rare for drive connection loss to affect them.SAS 12Gbps HDDs are built to handle the rigors of heavy workloads and enterprise use. They also safeguard data integrity, thanks to their ability to comprehensively verify data and correct errors.