Seagate Launches IronWolf Pro 22 TB CMR HDD for $599.99

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Seagate has announced that the IronWolf Pro 22 hard disk drive (HDD) is available now for a list price of $599.99. This is a conventional magnetic recording (CMR)-based HDD that represents Seagate’s highest-capacity CMR HDD offering, designed to deliver what the manufacturer says is market-leading capacity, dependability, and powerful performance for multi-user workloads and enterprise RAID solutions. The IronWolf Pro 2 features a workload rate limit of 550 TB/year and includes a five-year limited warranty.

From a Seagate press release:

Optimized with Seagate’s AgileArray technology, the new Seagate IronWolf Pro 22TB HDD provides exceptional network-attached-storage (NAS), direct-attached-storage (DAS) performance and RAID reliability in multi-bay and multi-user environments. With user workload rates of 550TB/year, the IronWolf Pro 22TB HDD enables commercial and enterprise NAS users to seamlessly store, share, and collaborate on large amounts of data over a network. It also offers an SDR of up to 285MB/s so users can seamlessly share files, back up, and tackle heavy workloads in multi-user NAS environments. With built-in rotational vibration (RV) sensors to provide RV mitigation, the HDD consistently delivers high performance and reliability in multi-bay systems.

The drive delivers a five-year limited warranty and up to 2.5M-hr MTBF for hassle-free data storage and best-in-class TCO. Also equipped with Seagate’s IronWolf Health Management system and three years of complimentary Rescue Data Recovery Services, the Seagate IronWolf Pro 22TB HDD gives users peace of mind knowing their data is secure.

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