6DHKK 1.2TB 10000RPM SAS 2.5-inch Internal Hard Disk Drive by Dell (Refurbished)
Dell 1.2TB SAS Hard Disk Drive
6DHKK 1.2TB 10000RPM 2.5inch Small Form Factor 64 MB Buffer SAS-6Gbps Hot-Swap Internal Hard Drive for PowerEdge and PowerVault Servers
Device Type: 6DHKK Hard Drive - Internal
Capacity: 1.2 TB
Interface: SAS 6Gbps
Form Factor: 2.5 inch
Spindle Speed: 10000 RPM
External Data Transfer Rate: 600 MBps
Dell PowerEdge T-Series: T20 T110 (Gen II) T310 T320 T330 T410 T420 T430 T610 T620 T630 T710 Servers. Dell PowerEdge R-Series: R210 (Gen , II) R220 R230 R310 R320 R330 R410 R415 R420 R430 R510 R515 R530XD Servers. Dell PowerEdge R-Series: R610 R620 R630 R710 R715 R720 R720XD R730 R730XD R805 R810 R815 R820 Servers. Dell PowerEdge R-Series: R900 R905 R910 R920 R930 Servers. Dell PowerEdge C-Series: C1100 C2100 C6100 C6220 Servers. Dell PowerEdge M-Series: M420 M510 M520 M600 M605 M610 M610x M620 M630 M710 M710XD Servers. Dell PowerEdge M-Series : M805 M820 M830 M905 M910 M915 Servers. Dell PowerVault M-Series: M1000e MD1120 MD1200 MD1220 MD3200 MD3220 MD3220i Arrays.
Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) is a technology designed to move data to and from computer storage devices such as hard drives and tape drives. It is a point-to-point serial protocol that replaces the parallel SCSI
6DHKK Serial Attached SCSI (SAS). SAS is the logical evolution of SCSI including its long-established software advantage and the serial physical connection interface. With enterprise storage requirements escalating and becoming more complex factors such as larger capacity greater density security scalability and accessibility are more critical than ever. Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) meets all these demands while providing the highest performance.
Hot plugging (also called hot swapping) is the ability to add and remove devices to a computer system while the computer is running and have the operating system automatically recognize the change. This is useful when a system component fails as it enables a new device to be installed without system downtime.
Hot swapping is the term given to the process of replacing a key component of a computer system while it’s still running. Essentially you change a specific part without having to switch it or the whole system off. This enables a business to continue utilising the system without experiencing any kind of downtime.
This may sound like a relatively strange process given that we are all told to power down devices before making changes; but it is highly effective when changing the components a build. 6DHKK Hot Swap Hard Drive.