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Thursday, November 29, 2012
Toshiba Expands Enterprise Hard Drive Offerings with Large Capacity MG Series


Toshiba today released four new large capacity nearline hard disk drives (HDDs), including the first self-encrypting models in the company?s enterprise capacity-optimized storage lineup.

The 3.5-inch 7,200 rpm MG Series includes both SATA models - the MG03ACA400 and the MG03ACA400Y - and SAS models - MG03SCA400 and the MG03SCP400 - and all deliver 4TB of storage, the company's largest capacity to date.

The high capacity of the MG Series is suited for RAID storage and arrays, tiered virtual infrastructures for public and private cloud deployments, archives, and disk-based backup and data protection solutions.

Utilizing Toshiba's latest five-platter mechanical design, the new 4TB models provide a 100 percent increase in capacity over Toshiba's prior business-critical models while improving the power-profile and operational efficiency in the industry-standard 3.5-inch form factor. The new 4TB models also deliver an 18 percent increase in sustained transfer rates for both the SATA and SAS interface versions. In addition, the MG Series includes power management features designed to reduce power consumption during off-peak activity periods.

The optional SATA self-encrypting (SED) models support fast and secure cryptographic- erase using both the latest T13 SANITIZE crypto-scramble protocol and the older T13 ATA Security Erase command protocol. The optional SAS SED models support both the T10 SANITIZE crypto-erase feature and the Trusted Computing Group Enterprise Security Sub-Classification protocols. These security technologies support "nearly instantaneous" cryptographic-erase of user data to enable fast and secure device retirement or re-deployment. Using SEDs can eliminate the need for lengthy data overwrite cycles and reduce IT department expenses associated with secure data destruction and device sanitization.

Toshiba will start delivering samples of the MG 4TB series models in December, with volume shipments scheduled to begin early next year.

Specifications
SATA 6Gbps Models
Standard
MG03ACA400
MG03ACA300
MG03ACA200
MG03ACA100
Encryption
T13 SANITIZE crypto-scramble &
T13 ATA Security Erase
MG03ACA400Y
MG03ACA300Y
MG03ACA200Y
MG03ACA100Y
6Gbps SAS (2.0) Models
Standard
MG03SCA400
MG03SCA300
MG03SCA200
MG03SCA100
Encryption
T10 SANITIZE crypto-erase &
TCG-Enterprise SSC
MG03SCP400
MG03SCP300
MG03SCP200
MG03SCP100
Capacity
Capacity
4TB
3TB
2TB
1TB
Performance
Buffer size
64MiB FIFO ring buffer
Rotation speed
7,200 rpm
Average latency time
4.17 ms
Average seek time (read)
8.5 ms
Average seek time (write)
9.5 ms
Sustained transfer rate
(maximum)
165 MB/s (4TB models); 155 MB/s (1TB, 2TB, 3TB models)
Reliability
Load/Unload
600,000 times
MTTF
1,200,000 hours
Operating condition
24 hours/day, 7 days/week, 100% duty
Supply Voltage
Allowable voltage
5V ±5%, 12V ±5%
Power consumption
Read/Write
11.3 W
Low power idle
6.0 W
Dimension
Height
26.1 mm
Width
101.6 mm
Depth
147 mm
Weight
720 g (max.)
Temperature
Operating
5~55℃
Nonoperating
-40~70℃
Vibration/Shock
Vibration resistance
(operating)
7.35 m/s2 {0.75G, 5~300Hz}
2.45 m/s2 {0.25G, 300~500Hz}
Vibration resistance
(nonoperating)
49 m/s2 {5G, 5~500Hz}
Shock (operating)
686 m/s2 {70G, 2ms duration}
Shock (nonoperating)
2,940 m/s2 {300G, 2ms duration}
Acoustics
Acoustics
31 dB
Warranty
Limited Warranty
5 years (from date of purchase)


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