Bottom line: Seagate has at long last shared more data about its Mach.2-based Exos 2X14 hard drives, which include multi-actuator innovation to altogether support execution. By utilizing two actuators with read/compose heads appended, prepared hard drives can accomplish twofold the IOPS performance.
As we recently scholarly, Seagate fostered its Mach.2 innovation to augment execution across enormous limit venture HDD products.
Mach.2 drives additionally consider 2x the presentation of successive transmission capacity for streaming applications. Also, it's the main HDD tech to present parallelism, empowering two free floods of information (or, double channel access).
In Seagate's recently distributed information sheet, the organization takes note of that its 14TB Helium-fixed drive turns at 7200 RPM and bears the cost of a most extreme supported exchange pace of 524 MB/s with a normal idleness of 4.16ms. Force utilization is appraised at 7.2w normal out of gear and up to 13.5w under load.
The drive conveys a 2.5 million-hour MTBF rating and is upheld via Seagate's five-year restricted warranty.
During a February investigator meeting, Jeff Fochtman, SVP of advertising, said they began transporting Mach.2 drives in volume in 2019 and have over twelve significant clients utilizing them. All things considered, Mach.2 stays in what Fochtman called a "innovation organizing mode."
Once limits move over 30 terabytes, in any case, we should begin seeing the tech become a standard component in numerous huge information centers.