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Seagate Pulsar

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Seagate Pulsar

The Seagate Pulsar is designed for enterprise blade and general server applications and uses single-level cell (SLC) technology. It can deliver up to 200GB capacity, and is built in a 2.5-inch small form factor with a SATA interface. The Pulsar drive has up to 30,000 read IOPS and 25,000 write IOPS, 240MB/s sequential read and 200 MB/s sequential write. It’s SLC-based design provide a .44% AFR rating. The unit is covered by a 5-year limited warranty. The Pulsar drive also utilizes Sea…

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Seagate Pulsar

The Seagate Pulsar is designed for enterprise blade and general server applications and uses single-level cell (SLC) technology. It can deliver up to 200GB capacity, and is built in a 2.5-inch small form factor with a SATA interface. The Pulsar drive has up to 30,000 read IOPS and 25,000 write IOPS, 240MB/s sequential read and 200 MB/s sequential write. It’s SLC-based design provide a .44% AFR rating. The unit is covered by a 5-year limited warranty. The Pulsar drive also utilizes Seagate’s enterprise storage features to protect against data loss in the event of power failure.

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The Pulsor features a non-volatile flash memory instead of a spinning magnetic media to store data. It is designed for enterprise blade and general server applications, and features a single-level cell (SLC) technology optimizes SSD. It also features a 0.44 percent AFR for high reliability and endurance, up to 200GB capacity in a 2.5-inch form factor and 7mm z-height, power loss data protection to ensure against data loss upon power failure and is covered by a 5-year limited warranty. The unit also supports SATA 3Gb/s interface to support current blade server chipsets, and is compliant to standards development through JEDEC and SNIA.

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