Today, at the NAB 2023 conference, Seagate unveiled a new addition to its lineup of high-capacity hard drives aimed at commercial and enterprise customers. The new IronWolf Pro is a conventional magnetic recording hard disk drive with a 22TB capacity.
The IronWolf Pro 22TB is a standard 3.5-inch drive with a SATA3 (6Gbps) connector. It features ten plates and twenty heads operating at 7200 revolutions per minute (RPM). Seagate claims its newest high-capacity drive provides exceptional network and direct-attached storage performance with a yearly workload rate of 550 terabytes. Also, the disk ensures long-term reliability in multi-bay systems thanks to built-in rotational vibration sensors.
|Seagate IronWolf Pro 22TB|
|Form-factor||CMR 3.5-inch SATA3 6Gbps, 7200rpm|
|Mean Time Between Failures||2,500,000 hours|
|Max Sustained Transfer Rate||285MB/s|
|Average Operating Power||7.9W|
|Noise level (seek)||26dB|
|Limited Warranty||5 years|
Although Seagate says the MSRP for its newest 22TB hard drive is $599, you can order it at Newegg for $399. If you need a solid hard drive for network-attached storage or a regular PC, but 22TB is too much or too expensive, check out these deals on Seagate's smaller HDD with much more affordable price tags.
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