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The 3.5-inch 7K3000 is the fifth generation of Hitachi's five-platter mechanical design, which has been used for three years in other Hitachi hard drives found in servers and storage hardware. The new drive has an annualized failure rate of four-tenths of a percent, which is 40% less than drives rated at 1.2 million MTBF. Hitachi says the drive's reliability makes it useful for cloud storage, massive scale out data farms, data warehousing, disk-to-disk backup and RAID arrays.

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