HPE 857650-B21 10TB 7200RPM 3.5inch DS SATA-6G LPC Midline G9 G10 HDD
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HPE Helium 857650-B21 10TB 7200RPM 3.5inch LFF 512e Digitally Signed Firmware SATA-6Gbps Low Profile Carrier Midline Hard Drive for Apollo Generation9 and Proliant Generation10 Servers
HPE Server Midline Hard Drives deliver the highest capacity, performance and reliability to your datacenter applications. Midline hard drives allow you to store more data without sacrificing performance or reliability; they are ideal to store all your bulk storage requirements. HPE Server Midline Hard Drives are available in both 3.5-inch Large Form Factor (LFF) and 2.5-inch Small Form Factor (SFF) and ship with a standard one-year warranty. All HPE hard drives pass a rigorous qualification process, which certify that every drive is proven to perform in your HPE ProLiant Server environments. Before final certification, all HPE Server Midline Hard Drives are optimized for compatibility and functionality, including support of SMART and HPE Systems Insight Manager.
The HPE 857650-B21 Low Profile Midline Helium Hard Drive has a 3.5inch form factor and a 6Gbps external data transfer rate. It has a spindle speed of up to 7200RPM and a 10TB capacity. This Large Form Factor Digitally Signed Firmware Hard Drive uses a SATA-6Gbps interface and has 1 Year Warranty.
Option Part Number: 857650-B21
Spare Part Number: 857968-001
Model Number: MB010000GWAYN
Assembly Number: 857643-002
HPE GPN: 857653-002
Device Type: Hard Drive - Hot-Swap
Capacity: 10 TB
Form Factor: 3.5 inch LFF
Interface: SATA 6Gbps
Bytes per Sector: 512
Drive Technology (Fill): Helium
Plug Type: Hot Plug
Format Type: 512e
Carrier Type: Low Profile Carrier
Features: Advanced format 512e, Digitally Signed Firmware
Bundled with: HPE Low Profile Carrier
Rotational Speed: 7200 RPM
Transfer Rate Synchronous (Max): 6Gb/sec
Single Track Seek Time: 0.22 ms
Average Seek Time: 8.00 ms
Full Stroke Seek Time: 16.00 ms
Expansion & Connectivity
Interfaces: 1 x SATA 6 Gb/s - 7 pin Serial ATA
Compatible Bay: 3.5" LFF Low Profile
Min Operating Temperature: 50 °F (10°C)
Max Operating Temperature: 95 °F (35°C)
Height: 1.028 inch (26.10 mm)
Width: 4.15 inch (105.50 mm)
Depth: 6.16 inch (156.58 mm)
HPE Apollo: 4200 Gen9 (3.5 inch), 4510 Gen9 (3.5 inch), 4520 Gen9 (3.5 inch) and 4530 (3.5 inch) Servers
HPE ProLiant ML Series: ML110 Gen10 (3.5 inch), ML110 Gen10 Performance (3.5 inch), ML110 Gen10 Solution (3.5 inch), ML350 Gen10 (3.5 inch), ML350 Gen10 Base (3.5 inch), ML350 Gen10 Entry (3.5 inch), ML350 Gen10 Performance (3.5 inch), ML350 Gen10 Solution (3.5 inch), ML350 Gen10 Sub-Entry (3.5 inch) Servers
Designed and Engineered to Provide High Capacity and Reliable Secure Storage
HPE Server Midline Hard Drives are ideal for the growing volume of digital content, bulk data storage, cloud and web infrastructure environments. Broad portfolio of optimized solutions provide up to 12 TB of storage, and growing in a single device. Rotational Vibration Sensors deliver enhanced rotational vibration tolerance that provides enterprise class reliability in midline drives. Available in 2.5-inch Small Form Factor (SFF) and 3.5-inch Large Form Factor (LFF) in a wide variety of capacity points. Prevent unauthorized access to your data with HPE Digitally Signed Firmware. It provides the security and assurance that drive firmware comes from a trusted source and protects against malicious attacks.
Digitally Signed Firmware: Prevent unauthorized access to your data with the expansion of integrated HPE Digitally Signed Firmware (DS) on new drives; providing the security and assurance that drive firmware comes from a trusted source and protects against malicious attacks.
Support Entry/SMB servers with value priced drives
HPE Server Midline Hard Drives have lower start-up costs without sacrificing reliability at the lowest $/GB. Non-mission critical hard drives at the lowest $/GB. 6 Gb/sec data transfer rate to support existing servers.
Although hard drives are sealed, they have air inside. Air can create turbulence-induced risk vibrations which can limit the storage density of HDDs. Newer helium-filled drives virtually eliminate turbulence because helium is 1/7th as dense as air. This lower density allows the read/write mechanism to spin more easily and precisely, with less drag. Less internal turbulence means the drive platters can be closer together, allowing more platters and increasing the capacity potential in the same space. Less turbulence also means helium drives tend to use less power, and run cooler and quieter.
Please contact with us if you have any question or to know the compatibility of this with your current server or storage array.