- News tagged "2.5-inch hdd"
Thursday, 6 Mar 2014
Toshiba has announced new additions to its enterprise capacity HDDs, the AL13SXB and the self-encrypting AL13SXQ, while HGST has introduced its Ultrastar C15K600 family of enterprise-class HDDs.
Wednesday, 4 Sep 2013
Western Digital has updated its WD Red series with the inclusion of 2.5-inch drives. Previously, only 3.5-inch drives were available from this series that is designed for SOHO network attached storage (NAS) systems.
Tuesday, 5 Mar 2013
Seagate has announced plans to phase out its 7,200rpm 2.5-inch magnetic hard disk drives (HDDs) by stopping their production by the end of this year. The company plans to focus on solid-state hybrid drives like its Momentus XT series that will transition to its third-generation later this year.
Monday, 17 Dec 2012
A 2.5-inch drive specifically engineered for use in 24/7 video applications like digital video recorders, set-top boxes, and surveillance applications, the Seagate Video 2.5 HDD has an annual failure rate of approximately 0.55, based on current configurations.
Wednesday, 12 Sep 2012
Western Digital has created a 5mm-thick hybrid HDD for ultrabooks. This 500GB drive utilizes MLC NAND flash storage with a mechanical drive to offer performance gains comparable to a dedicated SSD while retaining the capacity and cost benefits found in a standard HDD.
Wednesday, 14 Dec 2011
Reportedly offering up to 18% faster sequential I/O than its predecessors, the 2.5-inch Ultrastar C10K900 is available in capacities including 300GB, 450GB, and 600GB.
Monday, 20 Dec 2010
Seagate introduces the Constellation.2, the industry's first 2.5-inch enterprise-class hard drive to reach a record 1TB capacity. The Constellation.2 drive is designed for server storage applications.
Thursday, 16 Dec 2010
RAIDON launches two storage devices with simple tray ejection design, accommodating two 2.5-inch SSD or SATAII hard drives which allows for a fuss-free installation.
Wednesday, 31 Mar 2010
WD announces it is now shipping 750 GB of storage capacity in a standard-height 2.5-inch notebook hard drive.