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    Default Seagate Prepares 5 TB and 6 TB Enterprise Hard Drives


    - Seagate terascale HDD

    I have just recently written about the new 4 TB Terascale hard disk drive units from Seagate, and already I learn that two more capacity options are coming.


    Those capacities, according to a leak on MyCE.com website, will be 5 TB and 6 TB.

    That's right, Seagate is preparing 5 TB and 6 TB Terascale hard drive units, both of them featuring a spindle speed of 5,900 RPM (rotations per minute) and a cache memory of 64 MB DDR2. The SATA-600 interface is used as well, not that it's a surprise.

    Curiously enough, these two Terascale HDDs will bear the Constellation ES.3 brand, just like the current 4TB models are called “Megalodon.”

    As Enterprise units, the newcomers will be good for 24x7 operation and should boast the Instant Secure Erase (ISE) technology as well (reduces drive erasure time from hours to milliseconds).

    The 5 TB and 6 TB Terascale drives will reach the market in the first half of 2014.

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