HPE Server Enterprise Hard Drives
Do your servers need high-performance enterprise hard drives for both your mission-critical and I/O-intensive applications?
HPE Server Enterprise Hard Drives offer the highest level of performance and reliability for your most demanding application workloads. Enterprise drives help you improve server response times, power more transactions per second, and accelerate data transfer (I/O) speeds. HPE Server Enterprise Hard Drives are backed by over 3.35 million hours of the industry’s most rigorous testing and qualification program , ensuring customers' reliable, rugged drives. 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. The self-describing icons on the HPE Smart Carrier takes the guesswork out of a drive’s status, and a “do not remove” button prevents data loss from human error.
- New 300 GB and 600 GB 15K Large Form Factor (LFF) Hard Drives with Smart Carrier Converter (SCC) and Digitally Signed Firmware
- Up to 2.4 TB 10K SAS Small Form Factor (SFF) 512e Enterprise Hard Disk Drives
- Up to 900 GB 15K SAS SFF and LFF Enterprise Hard Disk Drives
Performance and Reliability for Any Workload
HPE Server Enterprise Hard Drives are ideal for transaction processing, database applications, Big Data analytics, and high-performance computing.
Broad portfolio of customized solutions provide up to 2.4 TB of storage.
Efficient drives provide power for space constrained data centers.
Latest 12G SAS interface for increased performance.
Stable and consistent portfolio of drives offering long life cycles and steady supply.
 HPE Internal Lab Testing. 3.35 million hour test quant is derived from a combination of drive qualification test plans, specifically HDDQ spec-supplier responsibility to perform, HDDQ spec-HPE responsibility to perform, RDT-Reliability Demonstration test spec, CSI integration test spec and Pilot test requirements. Test conducted May 2017.