Gamma Carry-112D

Seagate Exos 2X14

The Fastest 8-bay Thunderbolt 3 Storage in History


We know your dilemma of choosing HDD or SSD, and thus we offer the perfect solution for your storage need—a bundle sale of Gamma Carry and 112TB HDD. You can have the most well-designed and user-friendly RAID system and 8 pcs of Seagate 14TB enterprise dual-actuator HDD at the same time. Scroll down for detailed information on Gamma Carry and Seagate Exos 2X14, whose portability, performance, and reliability will impress you!

Seagate Exos 2X14

Reliability and Efficiency

MACH.2

technology enables up to 2 x the performance of an enterprise singleactuator 3.5-inch hard drive

Helium sealed-drive design

delivers lower total cost of ownership through lower power and weight

MACH.2

technology enables up to 2 x the performance of an enterprise singleactuator 3.5-inch hard drive

Highest 14TB hard drive performance

making it the logical choice for cloud data center and massive scale-out data center applications

14TB of capacity

available as two independently addressable, 7TB logical units

PowerBalance™

feature optimizes IOPS/Watt

Helium sealed-drive design

delivers lower total cost of ownership through lower power and weight

Next-generation helium side-sealed weld technology

for added handling robustness and leak protection

Digital environmental sensors

to monitor internal drive conditions for optimal operation and performance

Latest hermetic interconnect technology

supporting higher data rate heads and higher pin counts for extreme thermal conditions

Capacity

Anything You Need

RAID 5 : 98TB


RAID Mode

Performance

Fastest in History

Gamma Carry deploys the latest Thunderbolt 3 technology. When it is fully loaded with Seagate Exos 2X14 dual-actuator hard drive, its read/write speed reaches 2470 MB/s and 2022 MB/s in R5, enough to handle and expedite large file workflows.

The max sustained transfer rate of ordinary HDD is around 200-300MB/s, according to its capacity. Take Seagate Exos X16 14TB HDD (Model: ST14000NM002G) as an example; its max sustained transfer rate is 261MB/s. However, that of Seagate Exos 2X14 is as high as 524MB/s, which is more than twice the performance compared with single-actuator HDD. The bandwidth that in the past could be achieved with 12 or even 16 hard drives can now be achieved with only 8 pcs of Seagate Exos 2X14. Although SSD can also achieve the performance of 500-550MB/s, its capacity is much smaller than HDD, and the price is prohibitive. Moreover, SSD also has a limit on the number of writes. As the number of writes increases, it not only affects its performance, but also affects the life cycle of the SSD and shortens its lifespan.

Therefore, In terms of cost-performance ratio, total cost, space configuration, utilization conveniency, etc., Seagate Exos 2X14 is the best and wisest choice.

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