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HP MSA 2TB 7200RPM SAS 6Gb/s 32MB Cache 3.5-inch LFF Dual Port Midline Self Encrypted with FIPS 140-2 Hard Drive with Tray

$467.50$340.00 (27% OFF)

HP MSA 2TB 7200RPM SAS 6Gb/s 32MB Cache 3.5-inch LFF Dual Port Midline Self Encrypted with FIPS 140-2 Hard Drive with Tray

$467.50

$340.00

(27% OFF)
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Brand: HP

Part Number : 757569-001

Storage Type : Internal Hard Drive

Capacity : 2TB

Spindle Speed : 7200RPM

Buffer/Cache Size : 128MB

Storage Interface : SAS-2 (SAS 6Gb/s)

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HP MSA 2TB 7200RPM SAS 6Gb/s 32MB Cache 3.5-inch LFF Dual Port Midline Self Encrypted with FIPS 140-2 Hard Drive with Tray
HP MSA 2TB 7200RPM SAS 6Gb/s 3.5-inch LFF Dual Port Midline Self Encrypted Hard Drive with Tray designed to handle high-performance enterprise requirements. These drives offer the benefits of backward compatibility with SCSI interfaces. They also offer interoperability with SATA drives. This allows them to bring a perfect mix of flexibility and cost-effectiveness to enterprises. Self-Encrypted Drives (SED) are only supported on the MSA 2040 Storage array and requires Firmware version GL105 or later. All drives within the MSA 2040 Storage array must be self-encrypted drives to enable the encryption feature. SEDs can be used in a non-SED environment, but will not be encrypted unless all drives in the array are SED. Contact us if you need MSA integration assistance for Self Encryping Drives.
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HP MSA 2TB 7200RPM SAS 6Gb/s 3.5-inch LFF Dual Port Midline Self Encrypted Hard Drive with Tray designed to handle high-performance enterprise requirements. These drives offer the benefits of backward compatibility with SCSI interfaces. They also offer interoperability with SATA drives. This allows them to bring a perfect mix of flexibility and cost-effectiveness to enterprises. Self-Encrypted Drives (SED) are only supported on the MSA 2040 Storage array and requires Firmware version GL105 or later. All drives within the MSA 2040 Storage array must be self-encrypted drives to enable the encryption feature. SEDs can be used in a non-SED environment, but will not be encrypted unless all drives in the array are SED. Contact us if you need MSA integration assistance for Self Encryping Drives.

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