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779176-B21 HP Enterprise Mainstream Endurance Enterprise Mainstream H2
- Solid state drive
- 1.6 TB
- 2.5" SFF
- SAS 12Gb/s
- with HP SmartDrive carrier
Hewlett Packard Enterprise 779176-B21. Solid-state drive capacity: 1600 GB, Solid-state drive interface: SAS, Read speed: 1000 MB/s. SSD form factor: 2.5". Width: 184.2 mm, Depth: 222.3 mm, Height: 139.7 mm
HP Enterprise Mainstream SAS and SATA SSDs are best suited for high I/O applications with workloads balanced between reads and writes. The SAS and SATA SSDs provide the workload-optimized performance required for demanding I/O-intensive applications. When paired with HP ProLiant servers, these SSDs help you meet the challenges of Big Data. They achieve twice the performance and endurance of previous HP SAS and SATA SSDs. The SATA SSDs come with a six gigabit per second (Gb/s) SATA hot-plug interface.
Do you need more performance from your HP ProLiant Sever series platforms? HP Enterprise Solid State Drives (SSDs) deliver exceptional performance and endurance while reducing power consumption for customers with applications requiring high random read and write IOPs performance. You can prevent data loss and monitor the SSD life with HP SmartSSD Wear Gauge compatibility in management tools. Leveraging NAND Flash technology, they support HP ProLiant servers including Gen9 and server storage platforms. Because they are available as Small Form Factor (SFF) and Large Form Factor (LFF) hot plug devices, non-hot plug SFF devices, and SFF Quick Release devices, you have great flexibility in your installation. These drives deliver higher performance, better latency, and more power-efficient solutions when compared with traditional rotating media (HDDs). Plus they fit seamlessly into the existing HP server infrastructure.
- Higher performance and better latency
HP SSDs enable rapid reads and writes of transactional data. On an HDD, random reads require constant repositioning of the read/write head to seek the exact location of data on the platter before the data transfer can begin. However, SSDs have no moving parts or rotating platters that can cause latency problems, and that results in faster access to data. Therefore, with faster seek times, the drives achieve high IOPS, producing quicker data access and better latency. The drives also pack the operating performance of several rotating HDDs into the same space as a single HDD, so you can get more performance out of your existing data center.
- Lower power consumption
Steadily increasing storage requirements pose power and performance challenges to data centers. Solid state devices have a significantly better performance-to-power rating than traditional rotating HDDs. The lack of a motor greatly reduces an SSD's power consumption, so the drives draw less energy - less than two watts idle and less than nine watts maximum - for SSDs.
- Environmental ruggedness
The inherent environmental ruggedness of SSDs makes them well suited for extreme environments where traditional drives cannot operate. The drives can tolerate significantly higher operating shock and vibration levels compared to traditional rotating HDDs. In fact, they virtually eliminate rotational vibration problems.
- High reliability
Reliability is important for any storage medium, and it is essential when considering a storage device that can be used in servers. HP Enterprise SSDs pass a rigorous HP ProLiant qualification of 2.4 million test hours.
- Investment protection
HP Enterprise SSDs are a drop-in replacement for existing HDDs. They fit into existing HDD hot-plug bays and require no modification to operating system or infrastructure tools. The drives are recognized as standard SAS or SATA devices with no special changes in firmware or hardware. Although you cannot mix SSDs and HDDs in the same logical array, you can mix them within the system to provide a more effective use of both technologies.