Western Digital Enters Enterprise Storage Market With Raptor

New Standard in Enterprise-class Hard Drives Required To Meet Continued Growth in Storage Capacity Needs, Challenging IT Budget Conditions

Western Digital Corp. (NYSE: WDC) announced today that it is entering the enterprise hard drive market with an Enterprise Serial ATA (ESATA) product called WD RaptorTM. The new hard drive offers systems builders and storage vendors enterprise-class specifications: 1.2 million hours MTBF (Mean Time Between Failure), 10,000 RPM, 5.2 milliseconds (ms) average seek time and a five-year warranty.

View: WD Raptor (36.7GB 10K RPM) Drive

News source: Press Release

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Only a matter of time before tech like this filters down for home usage. Sweet! Sounds tempting, might have to buy one :P