HP SATA Hard Drives

 
Overview


HP SATA hard drives are designed for reliability and mass storage demanded by today's server and storage environments. The SATA hard drive portfolio is categorized into two categories: Entry (ETY) and Midline (MDL) hard drives. HP SATA Entry hard drives are the lowest unit-cost solution for entry level servers. Designed for economical reliability and performance for non-mission critical applications, Entry and Midline SATA hard drives provide the best price advantage for these lower workload environments. These hard drives are available in Small Form Factor (2.5in) and Large Form Factor (3.5in) for both hot plug and non-hot plug environments.




What's new
 

  • Introducing all new 6Gb/sec SATA Midline drives with enhanced data rate, exclusively for use with all new HP ProLiant Gen8 servers and available in a wide range of capacity points
  • Entirely re-designed Small Form Factor (SFF) and Large Form Factor (LFF) universal hot plug carriers exclusively for HP ProLiant Gen8 servers
  • Intuitively designed drive activity and status LEDs and a DO NOT Remove indicator compatible with Gen8 Smart Array controllers




Ideal environment
 

Ideal for...

Environments that need economical reliability and performance for non-mission critical applications
 



Key benefits
 

Designed and Engineered to Provide Reliable and Cost Efficient Data Storage

  • Increased Midline drive reliability of approximately two times that of Entry drives based on a <40% workload. Lowers cost without sacrificing reliability with Enterprise class hard drives at the lowest $/GB
  • Cost optimized and capacity optimized solutions that provide up to 3TB storage in a single device. Available in 2.5in (SFF) and 3.5in (LFF) form factors in a wide variety of capacity points
  • Rotational Vibration Sensors: Enhanced rotational vibration tolerance provides Enterprise class reliability in a Midline drive
  • 3Gb/sec data transfer rate supporting existing servers
  • New 6Gb/sec data transfer rate exclusively for HP ProLiant Gen8 servers, with new hot plug carrier design