Western Digital’s new 12TB hard drives are claimed to “enable users to efficiently and reliably store large amounts of business-critical data".
WD has upped the capacity of its proven Ultrastar 12TB He12, a fourth generation, 3.5”, helium-filled hard disk drive, to 14TB and a 7.68TB NVMe, PCIe SSD for use in data centres.
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