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Western Digital adds WD Se line aimed at NAS, data centers

updated 06:15 pm EDT, Tue May 28, 2013

Drive first in industry to boast dual core controller

Storage manufacturer WD today announced availability of its WD Se line of hard drives designed for scale-out datacenter deployments. Built on an enterprise-grade platform for 24x7x365 datacenter operation, WD Se is tailored to deliver performance and reliability for large-scale replicated environments, mid-sized network attached storage (NAS) deployment, and backup/archiving applications.

The drives boast dual processors, enhanced rotary acceleration technology to correct for ibration, dual actuator technology, a multi-axis shock sensor, and RAID-specific error recovery.

The new WD Se line is now shipping in capacities from 2 TB to 4 TB and boast a five-year warranty. The line retails for between $160 and $310.



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