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Seagate Pulsar.2 -series (STxxxFMxxxx)

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Seagate 100GB Pulsar.2

The Seagate 100GB Pulsar.2 is a solid state drive that supports 6-Gb/s SAS interface and comes with an 100 GB capacity. Measuring 0.591 x 2.760 x 3.955 inches, the Seagate Pulsar.2 has a 0.44% annual failure rate, and is designed based on MLC Enterprise technology.

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The 100GB Pulsar.2 drive is a MLC-enabled SSD that supports data integrity and drive endurance needed for demanding enterprise environments. It supports up to ten full drive writes per day (or 15 peta…

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Seagate 100GB Pulsar.2

The Seagate 100GB Pulsar.2 is a solid state drive that supports 6-Gb/s SAS interface and comes with an 100 GB capacity. Measuring 0.591 x 2.760 x 3.955 inches, the Seagate Pulsar.2 has a 0.44% annual failure rate, and is designed based on MLC Enterprise technology.

Features

The 100GB Pulsar.2 drive is a MLC-enabled SSD that supports data integrity and drive endurance needed for demanding enterprise environments. It supports up to ten full drive writes per day (or 15 petabytes over the life of the device) which makes it ideal for demanding enterprise environments, and protects against unintended data change or loss to ensure accurate data retention and integrity. The SSD also provides OEMs, system builders and data centers with flexibility, service and fulfillment needed for demanding enterprise environments and has 6Gb/s SAS and SATA 6Gb/s for interface scalability and reliability. Designed in a 2.5-inch form factor that fits existing HDD slots, the Seagate Pulsar.2 is hotpluggable to avoid unnecessary downtime and provides a common storage foundation to reduce system complexity and operating overhead. It also protects data against unexpected change or loss.

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