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Seagate 100GB Pulsar XT.2

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Seagate 100GB Pulsar XT.2

The Seagate Pulsar XT.2 is a solid state drive with a capacity of 100GB that supports 6-Gb/s SAS interface and comes with a 400 GB capacity. Measuring 0.591 x 2.760 x 3.955 inches, the Seagate Pulsar XT.2 has a 0.44% annual failure rate, and is designed based on NAND SLC Enterprise technology. It has a sustained data transfer rate of 360 MB/s, and 600 MB/s I/O data transfer rate.

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The Pulsar 100GB XT.2 drive is a solid state drive designed for the enterprise a…

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Seagate 100GB Pulsar XT.2

The Seagate Pulsar XT.2 is a solid state drive with a capacity of 100GB that supports 6-Gb/s SAS interface and comes with a 400 GB capacity. Measuring 0.591 x 2.760 x 3.955 inches, the Seagate Pulsar XT.2 has a 0.44% annual failure rate, and is designed based on NAND SLC Enterprise technology. It has a sustained data transfer rate of 360 MB/s, and 600 MB/s I/O data transfer rate.

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The Pulsar 100GB XT.2 drive is a solid state drive designed for the enterprise and provides optimized speed and endurance that support write-intensive, Tier 0 applications. The drive supports over 35 full drive writes per day (25 petabytes written lifetime), advanced media-management technology helps protect against unexpected data change or loss and 6Gb/s SAS interface for scalability and reliability on its 2.5-inch form factor fits existing HDD slots. It is a hotpluggable to avoid unnecessary downtime, and provides users with a common storage foundation which reduces system complexity and operating overhead. It also supports Self-Encrypting Drive (SED) option which helps companies be compliant with data security mandates and helps protect data at rest throughout the life of the storage device.

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