Hewlett Packard Enterprise 16TB 3.5" 6G SAS 3.5" 16000 GB

£2,194.16 (£1,828.47 + VAT)

Hewlett Packard Enterprise 16TB 3.5" 6G SAS. HDD size: 3.5", HDD capacity: 16000 GB, HDD speed: 7200 RPM

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Do you have non-mission critical applications that require economical high capacity and reliability hard disk drives? HPE SATA Hard Drives are built for reliability and larger capacity needs for today’s non-mission critical server applications and storage environments. These high-capacity drives provide the lowest $/GB, and the best price advantage for non-mission critical applications with low workloads of 40% or less.

HPE SATA Hard Drives are available in both Large Form Factor (LFF) (3.5-inch) and Small Form Factor (SFF) (2.5-inch) and ship with a standard one-year warranty. All HPE hard drives pass a rigorous qualification process, which certify that every HPE drive is proven to perform in your HPE ProLiant Server environments.

Before final certification, all HPE SATA Hard Drives are optimized for compatibility and functionality, including support of SMART and HPE Systems Insight Manager.

Designed and Engineered to Provide Reliable and Cost Efficient Data Storage
The HPE SATA Hard Drives increase reliability and lower start-up costs without sacrificing reliability with non-mission critical hard drives at the lowest $/GB.

Both cost and capacity optimized solutions provide up to 8 TB of storage in a single device. Available in 2.5-inch Small Form Factor (SFF) and 3.5-inch Large Form Factor (LFF) that are available in a wide variety of capacity points.

Rotational Vibration Sensors deliver enhanced rotational vibration tolerance that provides enterprise class reliability in midline drives.

6 Gb/sec data transfer rate supporting existing servers.

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