Tuesday, June 18, 2024

Seagate Exos X24 24TB: Data Storage Solutions!

Exos X24 24TB

The introduction of its new Exos X24 24TB hard drive, Seagate extended its Exos X24 24TB and Exos X the series. The drive itself has an outstanding storage space of 24 tb. The previously Seagate Exos X24 24TB offers a new standard for rack-space efficiency and total cost of ownership. subsequently has been developed to meet the specific requirements of hyperscale customers and organizations which operate scale-out data center operations. Featuring helium atom technology as well as supporting both SATA storage and SAS was interfaces, the 3.5-inch nearline drive clocks in at 7200 RPM. This ensures that it is compatible with a wide range of possible configurations.

The Exos X24 24TB is designed to provide great performance and dependability, and it is designed to match the performance of the Exos X series devices with lower capacities. In order to handle applications that are particularly demanding, the drive has been engineered to have a sustained data rate of up to 285MB/s and an MTBF rating of 2.5.

Self-encrypting drives (SED), SED-FIPS, and instant secure erase (ISE) are some of the security features that make this product acceptable for use in businesses that focus on protecting sensitive data. In addition, the drive is designed to accommodate a wide range of use cases, including centralized surveillance, corporate backup and restoration, high-capacity RAID storage, and scalable hyperscale applications.

One of the most notable features of the Exos X24 24TB is its very high power efficiency, which is essential for large-scale data centers that are aiming to cut their operating costs. In comparison to systems that depend purely on read or write caching, it provides improved caching capabilities that give it an advantage. This efficiency extends to its power management technologies, among which are Power Choice Idle Power Technology and Power Balance Power/Performance Technology. These technologies contribute to the maintenance of optimum IOPS per watt.

Available Seagate Exos X24 Storage Devices

Seagate is now sending out qualifying drives to a restricted group of clients, and the company is planning to begin commercial manufacturing sometime in December. Just in time for Seagate’s approaching roll-out of their hard disk drives (HDDs) with capacities of 30 terabytes or more, the Exos X24 24TB is being introduced with a limited guarantee that is valid for five years.

It is anticipated that manufacture of these forthcoming drives would begin in the early years of 2024. These storage devices will have to be powered by Heat-Assisted Magnetically charged Reproduction (HAMR) technique. With regard to during the most recent episode out of the Storage Review Podcasts an in-depth talk about HAMR was recently held.

Regarding the growing requirement for information retention technologies that are both resiliency and high-capacity, the Exos X24 24TB searches to be in an ideal place to meet the requirement of organizations as well as information centers that seek to expand their storage capacities in the most efficient way despite this modest additional capacities.

Seagate Exos X24 Specifications:

SpecificationsSATA 6Gb/s
Standard Model – Seagate Instant Secure Erase (ISE) 1ST24000NM002H
SED ModelST24000NM001H
Helium Sealed-Drive DesignYes
Conventional Magnetic Recording (CMR)Yes
Protection Information (T10 DIF)
Super ParityYes
Low HalogenYes
PowerChoice Idle Power TechnologyYes
PowerBalance Power/Performance TechnologyYes
Hot-Plug SupportYes
Cache, Multisegmented (MB)512
Organic Solderability PreservativeYes
RSA 3072 Firmware Verification (SD&D)Yes
Reliability/Data Integrity
Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF, hours)2500000hr
Reliability Rating @ Full 24×7 Operation (AFR)0.35%
Nonrecoverable Read Errors per Bits Read<1 in 10E15
Power-On Hours per Year (24×7)8760
512e Sector Size (Bytes per Sector)512
4Kn Sector Size (Bytes per Sector)4096
Limited Warranty (years)5
Spindle Speed (RPM)7200RPM
Interface Access Speed (Gb/s)6.0, 3.0
Max. Sustained Transfer Rate OD (MB/s,MiB/s)285/272
Random Read/Write 4K QD16 WCD (IOPS)168/550
Average Latency (ms)4.16ms
Interface PortsSingle
Rotation Vibration @ 20-1500 Hz (rad/sec)12.5
Idle A (W) Average6.3
Max Operating, Random Read/Write 4K/16Q (W)8.9, 7.1
Power Supply Requirements+12V and +5V
Temperature, Operating (°C)10°C – 60°C
Vibration, Nonoperating: 2 to 500Hz (Grms)2.27
Shock, Operating 2ms (Read/Write) (Gs)40Gs
Shock, Nonoperating 2ms (Gs)200
Height (mm/in, max)26.1mm/1.028in
Width (mm/in, max)101.85mm/4.010in
Depth (mm/in, max)147mm/5.787in
Weight (gm/lb)685g/1.51lb
Carton Unit Quantity20
Cartons per Pallet/Cartons per Layer40 / 8


What is the Seagate Exos used for?

Exos is E. Designed with IT professionals in mind that require enterprise-grade performance from their in-field storage solutions. applications requiring field-tested functionality at the lowest TCO and highest efficiency.

What is Exos hard drive?

The Exos E series of hard drives is always on and always functioning. It has a ton of sophisticated features for the best possible performance, dependability, security, and user-defined storage management. Exos E is engineered to function and operate dependably in workloads of an enterprise-class nature, building upon centuries of innovation that defined the industry.

What is the difference between SATA and SAS?

You can only connect the motherboard and the storage drive using a SATA cable. An expansion device might be connected, but that would take up precious space within your computer. The motherboard can be connected to a storage drive and other devices that has SAS connections via an SAS cable.

Cheekuru Bhargav
Cheekuru Bhargav
Cheekuru Bhargav has been writing Laptops, RAM and SSD articles for govindhtech from OCT 2023. He was a science graduate. He was an enthusiast of Laptops.


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