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THESE DAYS, OUR HEADS ARE IN THE CLOUD

Cloud computing is changing the way we use computers. Location is no longer a barrier to productivity as cloud computing allows you to access documents from almost anywhere, using almost any device, via a web browser. Documents can be accessed, edited or printed or simply stored for future use. As a result, "the cloud" is fast becoming the biggest buzzword of the digital age.

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THE WAY WE WORK IS CHANGING

Employees needing to access computing services used to spend hours sitting behind an assigned desk on company premises, using a company PC. Now instead, they can access those services while being out making customer visits, attending conferences, or simply working from home. Business has become truly mobile, as the employees are using smartphones, tablet and notebooks for work and accessing internet-based applications and information that lives “in the cloud”.

WHY CLOUD STORAGE MATTERS FOR ENTERPRISES

Advances in virtualization, cloud computing, IT as a service and big data are driving value and competitive advantages. Cloud computing storage technology has significantly improved enterprise operations, with adoption rates soaring as the technology matures. For businesses and enterprises, the impact of cloud computing is the transformation of corporate IT from the mysterious domain of in-house specialists to a utility service that is supplied by a third-party provider. In other words, it becomes a “utility”.

HOW YOU BENEFIT FROM THE CLOUD

  • Elimination of the upfront costs of technology.
    You only pay for the IT resources that are needed, often on a pay-as-you-go basis.
  • Delegation of data security to a trusted provider.
    You can rely on their skills to apply the most stringent measures available.
  • Simplified access to the latest products and technologies.
    You do not need to update the software on a fleet of computers.
  • Reduced reliance on in-house IT systems.
    These can be costly and time-consuming to maintain.
  • Greater flexibility and productivity.
    Vital applications can be accessed from anywhere, via a web browser.
  • Increased levels of document security.
    You get higher security standards than many companies manage to achieve in-house.

CONCERNED ABOUT SECURITY?

Privacy and security are the biggest concerns among existing and prospective cloud customers and is also the biggest barrier to adoption. Make an easy decision and choose Toshiba.

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OUR TIERED STORAGE MODEL FOR YOUR SETUP

Toshiba, known as an experienced and trusted storage manufacturer, is powering the cloud by offering the largest portfolio of industry leading enterprise storage devices for cloud data centers. From high capacity hard disk drives (HDDs) to high –performance solid state drives (SSDs), Toshiba enterprise drives can be found in the world’s most demanding datacenters.

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BEYOND CAPACITY

NAND flash memory-based storage is set to account for up to 15% of data centre storage, according to a whitepaper

commissioned by Toshiba Electronics Europe (TEE) and published by IDC. The whitepaper, titled "More than just capacity: storage architectures for modern data centres" discusses many of the difficult decisions that companies face when implementing storage solutions.

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WHICH STORAGE DO I NEED?

There is no such thing as one size fits all when it comes to the cloud and your data center.
Determine the storage criteria to best meet your needs, we will help you to select the right drive.

PERFORMANCE CAPACITY
RELIABILITY* COST OPTIMIZED

*Write Endurance in case of SSDs

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    AL13SX

    Enterprise Performance HDD

    • 2.5 " Form Factor
    • Up to 600 GB Capacity
    • 15,000 RPM
    • MTTF 2,000,000 hours
    • 6 Gbit/s SAS Interface
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    MC04

    Enterprise Cloud HDD

    • 3.5" Form Factor
    • Up to 5 TB Capacity
    • 6 Gbit/s SATA Interface
    • 7,200 RPM
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    MG03ACA

    Enterprise Capacity HDD

    • 3.5" Form Factor
    • Up to 4 TB Capacity
    • 6 Gbit/s SATA Interface
    • 7,200 RPM
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    MG03SCA

    Enterprise Capacity HDD

    • 3.5" Form Factor
    • Up to 4 TB Capacity
    • 6 Gbit/s SATA Interface
    • 7,200 RPM
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    MG04ACA

    Enterprise Capacity HDD

    • 3.5" Form Factor
    • Up to 5 TB Capacity
    • 6 Gbit/s SATA Interface
    • 7,200 RPM
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    MG04SCA

    Enterprise Capacity HDD

    • 3.5" Form Factor
    • Up to 5 TB Capacity
    • 6 Gbit/s SATA Interface
    • 7,200 RPM
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    PX04PM

    Mid Endurance SSD

    • Up to 3.2TB Capacity
    • 10 DWPD
    • PCIe 3.0 Gen3 x4 Interface
    • Supports up to four lanes of PCIe 3.0
    • Available in HHHL (Half-Height Half-Length) add-in card or 2.5-inch form factor with SFF-8639 connector
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    XG3

    Toshiba’s First NVME SSD

    • PCIe Express 3.0 Gen 3x4 Interface
    • Up to 1.24TB
    • M.2 2280 Form Factor
    • Ultimate SSD Performance
    • Supports the trusted Computing Group Specification
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    PX04SH

    Enterprise High Endurance SSD

    • Up to 1.6TB Capacity
    • Dual-Port 12.0 Gbit/s SAS Interface
    • 270k IOPS Random Read
    • 2.5-Inch Form-Factor
    • 25 DWPD
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    PX04SM

    Enterprise Mid Endurance SSD

    • Up to 3.2TB Capacity
    • Dual-Port 12.0 Gbit/s SAS Interface
    • 270k IOPS Random Read
    • 2.5-Inch Form-Factor
    • 10 DWPD
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    PX04SV

    Enterprise Value Endurance SSD

    • Up to 3.84TB Capacity
    • Dual-Port 12.0 Gbit/s SAS Interface
    • 270k IOPS Random Read
    • 2.5-Inch Form-Factor
    • 3 DWPD
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    PX04SR

    Enterprise Read Intensive SSD

    • Up to 3.84TB Capacity
    • Dual-Port 12.0 Gbit/s SAS Interface
    • 270k IOPS Random Read
    • 2.5-Inch Form-Factor
    • 1 DWPD
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    PX04SL

    Enterprise Read Intensive SSD

    • 2TB and 4TB Capacity
    • 12.0 Gbit/s Dual-Port SAS Interface
    • 270K IOPS Random Read
    • 0.5 DWPD
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    HK4E

    Enterprise Value Endurance SSD

    • Up to 1.6TB Capacity
    • SATA 6.0 Gbit/s Iterface
    • Low Operating Power
    • Power Loss Protection
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    HK4R

    Enterprise Read Intensive SSD

    • Capacities up to 1.92TB
    • SATA 6.0 Gbit/s Iterface
    • Low Operating Power
    • Power Loss Protection
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DISCOVER THE BROADEST ENTERPRISE PORTFOLIO

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ENTERPRISE HDDs

Toshiba provides several classes of enterprise HDDs to support both mission and business critical applications that demand reliable performance in 24x7 operation environments.

ENTERPRISE HDDs
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ENTERPRISE SSDs

Toshiba Enterprise SSDs are suitable for high-performance Tier 0 computing, server and storage systems that require high level of performance and reliability.

ENTERPRISE SSDs
  • Product image may represent a design model.
  • Definition of capacity: Toshiba defines a megabyte (MB) as 1,000,000 bytes, a gigabyte (GB) as 1,000,000,000 bytes and a terabyte (TB) as 1,000,000,000,000 bytes. A computer operating system, however, reports storage capacity using powers of 2 for the definition of 1GB = 230 = 1,073,741,824 bytes and therefore shows less storage capacity. Available storage capacity (including examples of various media files) will vary based on file size, formatting, settings, software and operating system, such as Microsoft Operating System and/or pre-installed software applications, or media content. Actual formatted capacity may vary.
  • MTTF (Mean Time to Failure) is not a guarantee or estimate of product life; it is a statistical value related to mean failure rates for a large number of products which may not accurately reflect actual operation. Actual operating life of the product may be different from the MTTF.
  • Read and write speed may vary depending on the host device, read and write conditions, and file size.
  • IOPS: Input Output Per Second (or the number of I/O operations per second)
  • PLP (Power Loss Protection): PLP supports to record data in buffer memory to NAND flash memory, utilizing back up power of solid capacitor in case of sudden supply shut down.