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QUBEX Data Recovery Denver Colorado specializes in professional data recovery services in Denver Colorado area and other states. We service private parties as well as companies. No job is too small or too big or too complicated.

We provide best data recovery service for all kinds of media: hard drive, flash drive, DVD, CD, smart phone, Virtual platform iSCSI data image from VMWare (ESX, ESXi, vSphere), Hyper-V, Citrix XEN Server, Oracle Virtual Box, image files (iSCSI, VMDK, VHDX, WIM), RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, JBOD and HYBRID RAID array, floppy, tape, voice recorder, SAN, NAS, DVR, NVR and many other devices. Operating systems we recover data from are: MS Windows, Linux, Solaris, Citrix, Novell, BSD, VMWare ESX(ESXi), AIX, NetWare, VMS, HP-UX and variants.

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QUBEX Denver Data Recovery engineers are capable of performing the following operations:
- RAID array Data Recovery services
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- Server Data Recovery services, maintenance
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- Laptop boot or bios password unlock services
- OS account password unlock services
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- TAPE data recovery
- Flash drive Data Recovery
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- Certified Data Destruction services

QUBEX Denver Data Recovery has hundreds of donor drives readily available for faster turn around. We understand your urgency and will do our best to minimize your company down time providing you with great customer service at best pricing.

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Tanya Val
a month ago
Our Promise NAS backup has served us well until yesterday, when it has failed. No one would be able to connect to it and we store all our documents and financials on it. Its the end of the year and we needed all documents for tax purposes so we called around to find good, local, professional data recovery company that would help us recovering everything ASAP. Mike was professional and has described recovery process in great details and offered free evaluation with no strings attached, so we decided to give it a try. Data was recovered within promised time frame with competitive pricing, if compared against competition. We are very pleased with results and professionalism of service. They also offered to upgrade my laptop to a new solid state drive and transfer data, which was done within 1 day. Very impressed. While i am hoping i will not need data recovery services anymore, i will definitely use this company for all my computer needs. Will pass the good word. Thank you very much!
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Qusair Mohamedbhai
2 months ago
I used Qubex for a major data recovery project. They delivered on schedule. Great communication throughout. I couldn't be more impressed or happier. I highly recommend.
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Alex Mabrey
4 months ago
Qubex is an extremely fast and reliable company for recovering data! They recovered all of my data from my flash drive within a few hours for a very reasonable price. They met with me on a Saturday when I was in desperate need, and everything was fixed by that night. Thanks again!
Response from the owner - 4 months ago
Hello Alex, We are very glad that we have met your expectations and were able to help you. Should any data recovery service or computer related question arise, feel free to contact us, we will be glad to assist. Sincerely, QUBEX DATA RECOVERY TEAM
Nathan Vander Stoep
9 months ago
I don't usually write reviews, not really my thing, but QUBEX did such incredible work for me, I am happy to highly recommend them. My computer crashed with over 5 years of company data and programs on it, and no backup (lesson learned). Apple tried to recover the data, but couldn't. They recommended a few places, but said that QUBEX had the highest success rate. I immediately took my computer over, and Max was extremely friendly and knowledgeable. Within a very short time, he assessed that everything could be recovered, and I had 100% of it on a hard drive within two days (over Mother's Day weekend no less)!! Max verified everything with me on his own computer before I left, and showed me how to transport the old data onto my new computer. Max kept me updated with progress over the entire process, and worked hours I wouldn't expect anyone to work. This was greatly appreciated, as it allowed me to get my business back on track with barely a blip in operations. I couldn't give a more positive recommendation than Max and QUBEX!
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Response from the owner - 9 months ago
Nathan, Thank you very much for good word. We are very happy, we were able to meet your expectations and help you with your data recovery. Should any question arise, feel free to contact us. Sincerely, QUBEX TEAM.
Darleen Mancuso
3 months ago
I can't say enough wonderful things about QUBEX Data Recovery. My work computer crashed on Friday afternoon. I called QUBEX and Max was able to look at my computer Saturday morning. Despite the fact that he was quite busy, he contacted me within a couple hours with a quote for recovering my data, as well as another option to fix the computer. He was very courteous and patient with answering my questions. My work IT person ordered me a new laptop which did not arrive until today (Sunday). Although QUBEX is not open on Sunday, Max told me to contact him when I got the laptop, and he would work something out. He was extremely accommodating of our schedule, and arrangements were made to drop off the new laptop Sunday morning. Within a couple hours, Max contacted us to let us know the data recovery was successful. Before we left the office, Max made sure that we knew where our recovered files were located on the new laptop. He also offered to destroy the old hard drive and provide a Cerificate of Destruction. All of this was done at an amazingly reasonable rate. I'm extremely satisfied, and I couldn't have chosen a better company. I highly recommend them.
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2 months ago
For anyone looking for Data Recovery support - I cannot say enough great things about Qubex. Below is a copy of the full review that I also posted on YELP, in case notices it there as well, I wanted to acknowledge that it was a legitimate review. I have always said, if my house burned down, as long as the family was safe and my hard drives made it out, I would not be worried about losing anything else. Well, the other day, my house did NOT burn down, but my mirrored hard drive failed. A very expensive 6TB mirrored drive. So, in theory it is its own backup. However, both drives failed simultaneously! Unheard of, said the manufacturer. Yes, it happened and I was on the hook. Yes, I had the majority of the information also backed up off site - but definitely not all of it. The drive was 9 months into a 3 years warranty - however - the warranty does not cover data recovery. So - it was Qubex to the rescue. I found the on YELP and am so glad I did. They worked for several weeks getting to the root of the problem - even working with the vendor to uncover the complexity of the failure. Never charging me a dime for the diagnosis. When they did identify the problem, they recovered my data in a few short days. They were great about updating me with status and in responding to questions. I have since bought a secondary backup for my backup on top of my offsite backup. I suspect, I will never have this experience again with this drive, however, I would not hesitate to call Qubex with any other future computer repair needs. They were great to work with!
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Michael Poor
4 months ago
Use Qubex, you won't be disappointed. They are careful, efficient, and thorough. They recovered my wife's data (recipes and feelings). Tuned up her machine. She is very happy. SO AM I! This firm is very professional and honest. I've had the experience of using other companies in Denver without the same results. I trust Qubex. I can't wait to come back (WAIT I DIDN"T SAY THAT!) They are great!
Response from the owner - 4 months ago
Hello Michael, We are very happy to see you as our satisfied client. We are constantly improving our client and data recovery service process to accommodate our client needs and make this world a little bit brighter 8) and your feedback is very valuable for us, we truly appreciate your business. Should any data recovery need or computer question arise - we are here to help. Sincerely, QUBEX DATA RECOVERY TEAM
buyan bayarsaikhan
7 months ago
I had an HP Pavilion laptop die on me recently and sadly all my pictures were stored on internal drive. I did not have any copy saved anywhere and all my life was stored on it. I could not believe this is happening to me. QUBEX data recovery guys did great job and recovered all my data and also fixed my laptop.Very happy and pleased with service, next time i need any computer problem i know where to go.


WE ARE GIVING AWAY ‪#‎ACRONISTRUEIMAGEHD‬ software ‪#‎activation‬ ‪#‎key‬ with instructions how to download and register it for yourself. First come first serve basis, get it before someone else does! This is fully functional ‪#‎legit‬ ‪#‎license‬. We did multiple ‪#‎upgrades‬ for our ‪#‎client‬ computers with Solid State Drives (‪#‎SSD‬) and each drive came with it, we have no use for it, perhaps you will find it useful. We will post more if similar ‪#‎giveaways‬ or ‪#‎coupons‬ later, if you miss this one you may get another one licensed to you - be quick and check us back often!
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Toshiba Announces Next Generation OCZ Trion 150 Series of SSDs
‪#‎Toshiba‬ America Electronic Components, Inc., a global technology leader, is announcing its new OCZ Trion 150 SSD series, representing a cost-effective performance upgrade option for notebooks and desktop PCs. Pairing Toshiba’s A15nm Triple-Level Cell (‪#‎TLC‬) ‪#‎NAND‬ flash memory with a Toshiba controller, the Trion 150 series provides a superior blend of reliability, endurance and value with increased real-world performance.
The Trion 150 series of SSDs offer a simple and cost-effective way for entry-level users to boost the performance of their #laptop ‪#‎notebook‬ or #desktop PC. The Trion 150 series are rated for sequential read speeds of up to 550 MB/s, and sequential write speeds of up to 530 MB/s, as well as random read speeds of up to 90,000 IOPS. The Trion 150 series significantly improves boot times and system responsiveness.
According to Steve Fingerhut, Senior Vice President and GM of the ‪#‎SSD‬ Business Unit at Toshiba America Electronics Corporation, “Our Trion 100 series solid state ‪#‎drives‬ quickly became a top seller for us and are popular among end users seeking a performance boost over hard drives at a very reasonable price. We are continually looking for ways to improve both SSD real world performance and value to end users and are pleased to introduce the new Trion 150 series which leverages the latest Toshiba 15nm Triple-Level Cell NAND flash to deliver an even better ‪#‎storage‬ solution for ‪#‎value‬ oriented mobile and desktop users.”
The Trion 150 series will be offered in capacities of 120GB, 240GB, 480GB and 960GB. They are endurance-rated for up to 240TB total bytes written (TBW) to give users peace of mind in using write-intensive applications. Current pricing on Amazon (although currently showing as not yet available) is $45.99 for the 120GB, $69.99 for the 240GB, $139.99 for the 480GB and $269.99 for the 960GB model.
The Trion 150 series of SSDs are backed by OCZ’s industry leading ShieldPlus Warranty for 3 years. The ‪#‎OCZ‬ approach to service provides owners with an elite, worry-free customer service experience in the event of a problem, as opposed to traditional warranties and support experiences.
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LG May Have Leaked ‪#‎8K‬ ‪#‎iMac‬ MODEL
LG just might have outed one of Apple's sharpest screens ever. In an article published on March 31 about next-generation 8K displays, the Korean electronics giant claimed that Apple will be releasing an 'iMac 8K' later this year.
According to a post on the LG Display website, 8K is the highest resolution that the human eye is capable of seeing. It is so sharp that you won't notice pixelation with the naked eye, and Japanese research indicates that 8K (7680 x 4320) might be as detailed as real life. That level of detail not only makes for realistic media consumption, it's also extremely helpful for ‪#‎professionals‬ who work with large ‪#‎photos‬ or detailed ‪#‎designs‬ to get up close to their work.
However, there still isn't much content that is available for ‪#‎4K‬ displays, not to mention #8K ‪#‎panels‬. According to our photo editor, professionals may need to soften images to keep them from looking unnaturally sharp. If 8K does become the standard in the future, people like make-up artists may have to re-learn how to do their jobs, since TVs will show more detail than before, and they'd have to do more blending.
We're not sure who LG's sources are, or if such a product even exists, since Apple hasn't said anything yet. But given Apple already has a 27-inch 5K iMac available and that TV makers have begun showing off prototypes of 8K screens, it's possible that an 8K iMac is headed our way. LG is also one of Apple's display partners, so it's possible that it has inside information. mOREHERe:
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WDC/HGST Broadens ‪#‎Storage‬ System Initiative By Joining Active Archive Alliance
Western Digital Corporation (‪#‎WDC‬) and ‪#‎HGST‬ made their latest move in the systems space today as they joined the Active Archive Alliance. The move is indicative of the increased freedom of movement that ‪#‎WD‬ and HGST enjoy because of the recent easing of MOFCOM restrictions. MOFCOM, a Chinese regulatory agency, prevented the two companies from certain interactions and joint promotions during the three-year wait for merger approval.
The Active Archive Alliance consists of several companies, including ‪#‎HP‬ and ‪#‎FujiFilm‬, that work together to help ensure inter-compatibility, define best practices, and broaden awareness of the new breed of archiving systems. Traditional archival systems employ slower media, such as ‪#‎tape‬, and store data in stasis for long periods of time at a ‪#‎reduced cost‬. The key disadvantage of deep archival is the long retrieval time, which isn't conducive to analytics or fast ‪#‎data migrations‬. Active archives provide faster data access (allowing for analytics or other data manipulation) while still maintaining the refined economics of a traditional archive.
HGST announced its Active ‪#‎Archive‬ System in April 2015. The system employs key HGST technologies, such as ‪#‎helium‬ HDDs and software born of WD's Amplidata acquisition, to deliver impressive density at a relatively low cost point. The Active Archive System is an important component to WD's broader initiative to morph into a provider of entire storage ‪#‎solutions‬, which will increase its profit margins and help defray the secular decline in the ‪#‎HDD‬ market.
The WD/HGST initiative is part of a multi-pronged attack; WD also entered into a Joint Venture (JV) with Unisplendour, a Tsinghua Unigroup subsidiary, to sell its active archive systems into the China market.
WD's Active Archive System addresses the low end of the performance spectrum, but the company is adding a high-performance flash-powered additive to its system repertoire soon. WD recently announced its proposed purchase of SanDisk, which is slated for completion in 2016. ‪#‎SanDisk‬ is gaining incredible traction with its InfiniFlash platform, which also offers impressive density and relatively low cost for an all-flash storage solution.
HGST also has IP gained from its ‪#‎Skyera‬ acquisition, so there will likely be large overlaps in its flash portfolio as it brings SanDisk onboard. It would be natural to expect WD to add the InfiniFlash to its offerings in the JV relationship with Unisplendour, and in tandem with its Active Archive System, the company has established a solid beachhead into the storage solutions market. more here:
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 There were a few disappointed, if not puzzled, people when Apple revealed it hadn't killed off the 16 GB iPhone. While it was indeed cheaper than the other models, that much storage in this day and age is almost negligible. That practically forces many to opt for at least the 32 GB configuration, though the ideal setup is really the pricey 128 GB. Lucky for those in China, there are a few enterprising individuals willing to upgrade that lowly iPhone 6 16 GB memory to 128 GB for as low as $92.

By upgrade, we don't mean the iPhone 6 itself is being replaced by a higher end model, which, of course, would cost more. Instead, it is only the flash memory chip that is actually "replaced", so to speak. But since this is an embedded computer we're talking about, replacing that chip isn't as easy, straightforward, or safe as replacing an HDD or even an SSD inside a desktop or even a laptop.

These shops in China perform the equivalent of a repair surgery on the iPhone 6, taking out the 16 GB NAND chip but not simply replacing it with a 128 GB equivalent. Apple actually has checks in place to prevent such tampering, which, as you can imagine, can lead to some security, stability, and integrity problems. In particularly, Apple checks for the serial number and other details of memory chip, not to mention the software contents inside. These Chinese shops have stumbled upon loopholes which allowed them to clone the contents and serial numbers unto a new chip. Chinese ingenuity at its finest. 
There are, unsurprisingly, limitations to this procedure. It can only be done after Apple has authenticated the device, not before, because of how it matches serial numbers. For now, it also only works with iPhone 6. An iPhone 6 Plus upgrade is still years in the making. And, of course, the procedure is destructive one, so there is a chance of failure. But for only 580 yuan ($92) for 128 GB upgrade, or 450 yuan ($71) for 64 GB, some might think that a risk worth taking. More here:
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WDC & Avere Partner To Enable A New Massively Scalable ‪#‎Storage‬ For Private And Hybrid ‪#‎Clouds‬
Today ‪#‎Western‬ ‪#‎Digital‬ ‪#‎Corporation‬ announced that its HGST Active Archive System has been certified with the FXT 5000 Series Edge Filer family from Avere Systems. This new combined system will combine the strength of the two products in order to enable enterprises to leverage the scalability and economics of cloud architectures, while preserving investments in file storage and applications. HGST's Active Archive System provides exabyte scalability with 15-nines of data durability, while the Avere 5000 FXT Series Edge Filers provide effortless storage tiering between high performance NAS and the HGST Active Archive System.
The public cloud offers great cost benefits but certain customers don't like the idea of their data in public clouds or they have a very large data set. This new solution would enable customers to deploy on-premises and remote cloud-scale file storage as well as hybrid cloud-bursting models. The cloud-bursting works by using intelligent file system caching to take only active data to cloud-based compute platforms, while using the performance of the local compute and storage. This new combined solution gives customers flexibility while allowing them to integrate with their existing systems using ‪#‎NFS‬, ‪#‎SMB‬, and S3-compliant access protocols.
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Sony Enters SSD Market With SLW-M Consumer SSD
Sony Electronics is dipping its toe into the consumer SSD market with the release of their new SLW-M series of consumer SSDs. Sony had been selling some SSDs in Japan, but this is their first foray into the international ‪#‎SSD‬ market.
The SLW-M is to be sold in two capacity points – 240GB (SLW-MG2) and 480GB (SLW-MG4). They are built on the standard 2.5” x 7MM form factor with a SATA 6Gb/s interface. Sony is advertising sequential read speeds of up to 560 MB/s and sequential write speeds of up to 530 MB/s.
Each SLW-M SSD includes a 9.5mm spacer/adapter, and a free license key to download Acronis True Image 2015 HD drive cloning software. Also included is Sony’s own drive management software – the ‪#‎Sony‬ SSD Toolbox.
Sony did not specify the controller or ‪#‎NAND‬ being used, but DIYPC-HK got its hands on one and disassembled it to reveal a rebranded Phison S10 series NAND controller and ‪#‎Toshiba‬ A19 ‪#‎TLC‬ NAND #flash.
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Seagate Unveils 10TB Helium Enterprise Drive To Address Storage Demands Of Cloud-Based Data Centers
CUPERTINO, CA – Seagate Technology plc (NASDAQ: STX), a world leader in storage solutions, today launched its first ‪#‎10TB‬ enterprise capacity hard disk drive (HDD), merging high capacity with the industry’s lowest power and weight available in a 10TB drive, to meet the growing storage requirements for private and public cloud-based data centers. The ‪#‎Seagate‬® ‪#‎Enterprise‬ 3.5 Capacity HDD has been selected by enterprise market leaders globally for its ability to address storage demands unlike any other technology in the industry.
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“Cloud-based data center storage needs are expanding faster than many current infrastructures can sustain, rendering the capacity demands of users a herculean task for cloud managers,” said Mark Re, senior vice president and chief technology officer, Seagate. “Built on our years of research and development of sealed-drive technology, our new helium-based enterprise drive is designed precisely to help data-centric organizations worldwide solve the needs of their growing storage business.”
“With the amount of data today growing at an increasingly rapid rate, we are always on the lookout for storage solutions that offer better performance with lower overhead,” said Fan Ruiqi, president of storage products at Huawei. “The new Enterprise Capacity 3.5 HDD from Seagate helps us meet these demands by offering incredible capacity with improvements in power and weight allowing us to drastically reduce our costs.”
The new, robust 10TB Enterprise Capacity 3.5 HDD provides maximum storage capacity for easy system integration by using the standard 3.5-inch CMR design. Incorporating seven platters and 14 heads, the drive seals in helium to create a turbulence-free, quiet environment, decreasing both friction and resistance on the platters and delivering the industry’s lowest power/TB ratio and weight specifications for a 10TB HDD. Offering 25 percent more density to help businesses dramatically increase petabytes per rack, the drive delivers higher performance and reduced power and weight.
“More and more data centers are being put into operation as a result of data growing at an exponential rate. With this in mind, we are laser focused on lowering our TCO and confident the new Seagate Enterprise Capacity 3.5 HDD can help us with this endeavor,” said Li Shu, senior expert technical support for storage and research and development, at Alibaba. “We value the drives winning combination of higher storage capacities, increased performance and low power consumption— making it a win-win for both us and our customers.”
“At-scale data centers are faced with the challenge of efficiently storing massive amounts of unstructured digital data,” said John Rydning, IDC’s research vice president for hard disk drives. “Seagate’s new 10TB HDD for enterprise data centers is its first product to employ helium technology and will help data center customers to expand storage capacity economically.”
The Enterprise Capacity 3.5 HDD improves performance by using advanced caching algorithms to help cloud data center managers manage the increasing volume of data more quickly. Featuring Seagate’s ‪#‎PowerChoice‬™ technology, the drive helps businesses manage and reduce the ongoing costs associated with power and cooling during idle time, while Seagate’s ‪#‎PowerBalance‬™ feature helps optimize the IOPS/Watt for even more efficiency.
It delivers an improved MTBF of 2.5 million hours and provides consistent performance to customers in a 24x7 multi-drive environment. Enterprise ready, the Seagate Enterprise Capacity 3.5 HDD is available in both a 6Gb/s SATA and 12Gb/s SAS interfaces.
The new Seagate Enterprise Capacity 3.5 HDD 10TB is now shipping to select customers worldwide. For more information on all Seagate products please visit
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‪#‎HGST‬ Introduces First ‪#‎10TBHDD‬, As HDD Density Reaches New Heights
HGST is the first HDD manufacturer to produce a 10 TB HDD. The nearline Ultrastar He10 employs standard PMR (Perpendicular Magnetic Recording) in tandem with HGST's HelioSeal platform, which replaces the air typically found inside of an HDD with helium.
HGST pioneered the helium movement when it released the He6, the first helium HDD, in late 2013. Helium reduces the head flutter and vibration brought on by the air turbulence inside of an HDD. The stable internal environment allows HGST to pack up to seven patters in each HDD, with more planned for the future, while simultaneously reducing power consumption and heat generation. These refinements allow the ‪#‎Ultrastar‬ ‪#‎He10‬ to consume 43 percent less power than competing 8 TB air-based HDDs and offer 25 percent more capacity.
HGST seals the HDD to contain the ‪#‎helium‬, which also keeps contaminants out of the drives. Air-based HDDs require a breather hole for air equalization that does not always mesh well with the increased humidity and air contaminants found in the latest open-air datacenters. The sealed nature of the drive and its reduced vibration are key reasons that helium drives have a 2.5 million hour MTBF rating, which is 25 percent higher than any other HDD on the market
HGST employs its revolutionary media cache technology to boost performance by allowing the HDD to use DRAM as cache without the normal data integrity concerns. Our recent HGST Ultrastar ‪#‎He8‬ product evaluation exposed its excellent performance and low power consumption characteristics, and the Ultrastar He8 currently holds the top spot in our Best of Enterprise HDD rankings.
HGST already has a 10TB Ultrastar HE10 model in the wild that employs SMR (Shingled Magnetic Recording) technology. SMR increases storage density but incurs performance penalties that require specific architectural optimizations. SMR holds promise, but the requirement to tailor the environment to its eccentricities has hamstrung widespread adoption of the technology. The new He10 sticks with the tried-and-true PMR recording technology and utilizes enhanced media, heads, and a new read channel design to increase ‪#‎density‬ to 1.5 TB per platter
The 7200 RPM Ultrastar He10 features a sustained transfer rate of 237/215 MB/s (from outer to inner portions of the platter). The 2.5 million hour MTBF leads to the He10's 0.35% AFR, which HGST backs with a five-year warranty. The He10 offers both 6 Gbps SATA and 12 Gbps SAS models that offer a range of enterprise-class features, such as Instant Secure Erase, Self-Encrypting/TCG Drives and RAID Rebuild Assist mode.
The 6 Gpbs ‪#‎SATA‬ He10 consumes a mere 6.8/5 active/idle Watts (the 12 GBps SAS model draws 9.5/5.8), which is much lower than competing air-based HDDs. The reduced power consumption is one of the key metrics that allow the He10 to provide superior TCO metrics over its service life.
Helium lowers long-term TCO but also incurs a higher initial price point. HGST has shipped over 4 million helium HDDs to date, and helium models comprise 51 percent of their exabyte output and 25 percent of the industry's total exabytes shipped in the last quarter. The ‪#‎impressive‬ percentage of exabytes shipped reflects that the helium models are available only in 6 TB, and above, models.
Four million units appear to be an impressive number of HDDs at first glance, but HGST required a total of 10 quarters to reach that mark. In comparison, the entire industry shipped nearly 1,376,300,000 units in the last 10 fiscal quarters. The key to decreasing the upfront cost, which has been primary inhibitor to widespread helium adoption, is to increase the number of units shipped. Lower cost increases adoption, and thus units shipped, but lower cost hinges on shipping more units.
This is a perilous chicken-before-the-egg scenario, but HGST is experiencing success as more customers are switching to the #helium-infused ‪#‎drives‬. The company is rapidly increasing production with each successive generation, according to HGST's data. HGST is reaching price parity quickly with air-based models as production ramps, and the company expects the He10 to offer a very similar price point to air-based drives. If helium reaches price parity with air-based HDDs, it will lead to a major disruption in the HDD market.
The increased cost savings from lower power consumption accrue over time, and when deployed at scale, helium HDDs provide huge savings. The He10 offers 66 percent more capacity and 61 percent less power per TB in comparison to a 6 TB air-based HDD. The increased capacity reduces rack space, which offers the peripheral benefits of reduced power, cooling and floorspace required to store the same amount of data.
HGST scored a home run when it paired helium with its media cache architecture, and its continuing success may have shown up in Seagate's latest financials. In fact, Seagate CEO Stephen Luczo partially attributed the company's depressed revenue performance to a "nearline miss" in a recent investor call. Luczo even went as far as attributing the miss to failing to execute a product portfolio that "fully addressed the demand in the nearline market."
It is apparent Seagate is feeling the pressure from the blend of helium and media cache technology, and its latest 8 TB HDDs utilize a similar technique to boost performance. Luczo also indicated that the company has helium products in its lab, and expects them to be productized in 2016.
Interesting times indeed. SMR brings the promise of lower cost over the long term, but sluggish adoption is leaving the door wide open for plug-and-play PMR HDDs. HGST is rushing through the door, and its Ultrastar He10 is shipping now. More Here:
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‪#‎Novachips‬ 4TB / 8TB SSD Review – HLNAND Sees 8TB Sizes & Higher, Speed & Low Power
‪#‎Size‬, ‪#‎speed‬, ‪#‎reliability‬, and ‪#‎value‬ are the variables that have determined SSD ‪#‎success‬ since it’s introduction back in 2007. Today’s consumer can buy a SSD with blistering speeds of 2.5GB/s, another with 2TB of storage, both will last longer than their need requires, and now we can find prices at or below .25/GB. Two things still create a bottleneck in SSD capacity though, these being the mechanics of today’s SSDs along with flash pricing. Novachips hopes to tackle this with the introduction of their Scalar family of 4 and 8TB notebook size SSDs, now available to oem, enterprise and even the consumer.
NAND pricing aside, the difficulty with producing a higher capacity SSD has been the fact that higher volume chips were not yet available and too many memory chips were required to make a ‪#‎notebook‬ SSD feasible. In result, multiple controllers would be required to power so many chips, as well as ensuring an adequate level of performance for the #SSD. Add to this the fact that the inevitable heat would make the idea of containing 4TB, much less 8TB of storage within a notebook solution unrealistic….that is until Novachips engineered a new memory solution called ‪#‎HLNAND‬ (or ‪#‎HyperlinkNAND‬).
This report will demonstrate both the Novachips Scalar Series 4TB and 8TB SSDs and both are 2.5″ SSDs, the 4TB being 7mm in height while the 8TB is 15mm. Both contain a single SSD controller, present no additional heat concerns than we might experience from a typical SSD, and both are 6Gbps SSDs that perform at the top of the SATA 3 bandwidth. This is something that we have never seen in any similar capacity prior, short of Samsung’s recently announced ‪#‎enterprise‬ only PM1633a. The PN1633a is a 16TB SAS SSD that has never been seen in the wild and will never be available outside of large quantity enterprise purchase. Also, stay tuned because before long, we we will have the Novachips NVMe SSD in our hand, capable of 1.5GB/s and 16TB of storage space.
Novachips Scalar SSDs are SATA 3 SSDs and are available in 2, 4 and 8TB capacities right now. All are capable of 520MB/s read and 500MB/s write throughput with up to 70K random read IOPS and 80K random write. Power consumption is listed at up to 6.09W (active) and 2.73W (Idle) average for the 8TB version and all have 256-Bit AES encryption which may be enabled, as well as thermal protection and power loss data protection. Reliability is listed at 3,900TBW and the Scalar comes with a 3-year limited warranty. Initial pricing has just been released at $2499 for the 4TB and $4999 for the 8TB and immediate purchases can be made at the Novachips Shopify website.
In its simplest form, HLNAND is much like Thunderbolt in many ways. It uses a daisy-chain, or ‘Ring’ topology to connect memory chips, much unlike the present parallel bus architecture that is very limited.
Up to 255 memory chips can be connected in the ‘Ring’ and each only connects to the next, meaning that each only receives and transmits a single load. Each module shown in this below left diagram can be broken down to 4 banks and the HLNAND interface as we see to the right of that.
Because of this single load transfer, memory speed is maintained throughout the ring and power requirements are significantly lower than that of a multi-controller parallel bus architecture.This then results in significantly less heat as well. Now consider the capacity in this AIC, considering that each module in the sample can now be 256GB of RAW storage, and all chips running into a single controller design.
Novachips NVS3800 controller (Codename Bugatti 2) is Novachips second generation proprietary design and is based on 28nm low-power technology. It is a quad-combo single chip ARM-based eight channel controller and capable of supporting four different hardware combinations, SATA, PCIe, ONfi or Toggle NAND, or HLNAND. It’s maximum SSD capacity is 32TB and the maximum supporting NAND channel speed is up to 400MB/s (ONfi/Toggle) or up to 800MB/s (HLNAND).
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The Novachips NVS3800 supports all modern memory sizes (1y/1x/2x/3xnm) and types (SLC/MLC/TLC/ONFI/TOGGLE) as well as Novachips own HLNAND. It supports AES 256-Bit encryption, TCG OPAL 2.0 and even DEVSLP in SATA mode. The only hiccup (and it really isn’t considering their target sales) is that the maximum storage capacity available for all except HLNAND is 1TB, whereas, it is 16TB with HLNAND.
HLNAND is not a new type of memory bore from silicon wafers that are in the control of Novachips, but rather a total package comprised of NAND components and a HL (Hyper-link) bridge.
n the case of both of these SSDs, each NAND module contains 16 NAND dies stacked, each of these being SK Hynix 16nm 128Gbt MLC NAND flash memory. The total RAW capacity of each memory module is 256GB. Now to break down NAND packages and channel structure, the 4TB Scalar SSD uses 8 channels x 2 packages per channel (16 packages x 256GB=4TB) while the 8TB Scalar SSD utilizes 8 channels x 4 packages per channel (32x256GB=8TB).
And for the more technically minded, HLNAND adopted Intelligent Packet-based Chip-Select (IPCS) technology over the old-style CE# (Chip-Enable #) based Chip-select, which is selecting NAND dies in ONFi or Toggle system. IPCS technology does not require physical CE# signals which are responsible for much signal-integrity headaches and takes too much PCB area for large capacity SSD design. IPCS technology is, however, based on the existing data packet concept which is sharing 8-bits of DQ signals for Command/Addressing/Data transaction for NAND flash access, by simply adding “Device ID/Bank Address/LUN Address” in front of every Command Packet.
We have both the 4TB and 8TB versions of the NS370 in hand. Both are 2.5″ notebook SATA 3 SSDs with the 4TB version being 7mm thick while the 8TB version is 15mm thick. The increased thickness of the 8TB version is due to the dual PCB design. Both are encased in a two piece aluminum exterior and secured with 4 screws. This is the 4TB PCB and it contains the NVS3800 flash processor, 16 pieces of HLNAND, and two Samsung DRAM cache memory chips
The 8TB Novachips Scalar NS370 contains a dual PCB combination of which the first PCB contains the NVS3800 flash storage processor, two Micron DRAM cache memory chips, and 16 pieces of HLNAND memory (HL7G2T44BHBB) with each piece containing 256GB of RAW memory, for a total of 4TB.
The second PCB also contains 16 HLNAND flash modules, but also contains 40 power capacitors (20 on each side) for complete power loss data protection. You might notice that the Novachip Scalar 8TB has a whopping 40 power capacitors (20 front and back of daughterboard) compared to the 4TB version which has significantly less, three in fact. Novachips assures us that regardless of capacity, the user is fully protected against data loss should a power failure occur. More here:
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