Seagate Inhales, Uses Helium To Create 10tb Hdd

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    From Computerworld:

    Seagate today announced its first use of helium in a hard disk drive (HDD), making it the company's highest capacity drive to date with 10TB of storage space.

    The new Enterprise Capacity 3.5-in. HDD is being targeted for use in cloud-based data centers. The HDD contains seven platters and 14 read/write heads. It uses a hermetically sealed case and helium to create a turbulence-free interior, which decreases friction on the platters.

    More @ http://www.computerworld.com/articl...e-inhales-uses-helium-to-create-10tb-hdd.html
     

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