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Seagate IronWolf 110 2.5-Inch Internal NAS Solid State Drives (SSD)
Perfect for creative pro, SOHO, and SME NAS

Seagate IronWolf 110 2.5-Inch Internal NAS SSD

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Seagate IronWolfOverview:

Tough. Ready. Scalable. World's First SSD for NAS

The Seagate IronWolf 110 SSD is designed for everything business NAS, with 24×7 performance to handle multi-user environments across a wide range of capacities. Take your NAS to the next level with the IronWolf 110 SATA SSD, providing pure performance in all-flash array or tiered cache NAS-enabled systems. This enterprisegrade SSD gives you increased durability and peace of mind.

Optimized to Be Tough

  • Boost the performance of NAS, which requires faster random access performance
  • Maintain fast, consistent performance for read-intensive and mixed workloads
  • Choose built-in drive monitoring with enabled NAS with IronWolf Health Management

Always Accessible, Always Ready

  • Require less energy to run on 24×7 NAS, and save on cooling and overall energy cost
  • Acquire the capacity and endurance to fit a range of applications and workloads

Scalable for Data Growth in NAS

  • Leverage a wide portfolio to fit your growing business needs
  • Depend on a 5-year limited warranty and included 2-year Data Recovery Services plan

Key Features and Benefits

  • SATA 6Gb/s interface for easy deployment
  • Seagate DuraWrite™ lossless data reduction technology
  • Optimized with AgileArray firmware tuned specifically for NAS
  • Power loss data protection circuit
  • Enterprise-class reliability with 2Mhr. MTBF and a 5-year limited warranty

Best-Fit Applications

  • All-flash array NAS
  • Tiered caching on enabled NAS
  • Creative pro NAS
  • Small, medium enterprise NAS


Increase NAS Performance and Reliability

Increase NAS Performance and Reliability

IronWolf 110 SSD is an enterprise-class drive equipped with DuraWrite™ technology, allowing for increased performance and reliability. Watch the following video to learn more about this fascinating technology.

Drive Health and Data Recovery

Drive Health and Data Recovery

When integrated into compatible NAS systems, these drives provide overall system reliability increases due to IronWolf Health Management (IHM). In addition, IronWolf 110 SSD includes a robust two-year Rescue Data Recovery Services plan.

Achieve Pure Performance in Small Business NAS

Achieve Pure Performance in Small Business NAS

Small businesses using AFA systems can be fully utilized with sustained data rates up to 560MB/s, which allow the server to deliver more data in a multi-user environment. Using an AFA, such as a Synology FS3017 fitted with the 3.84TB IronWolf 110, will bring your business to the next level of storage.

Be More Creative with SSD Cache in NAS

Be More Creative with SSD Cache in NAS

The IronWolf portfolio includes hard drives and solid state drives for NAS systems. IronWolf 110 SSD can be integrated for caching capabilities on compatible NAS, such as the QNAP TVS-951X. Having a hybrid of HDD and SSD allows for caching that provides maximized capacity, minimal cost, and optimal performance.

Optimized for NAS AFA or Cache Tiering

High-Capacity Storage

NAS with all 3.5-inch HDD

High-Capacity Storage

  • High capacity
  • Affordable cost
  • Larger size

High capacity and lower price HDD compared to SSD

Hybrid of HDD and SSD Caching

NAS combining

Hybrid of HDD and SSD Caching

  • Maximized capacity
  • Minimal cost
  •  Optimal size and performance

Lower TCO with advantage of capacity and performance

Pure Performance

NAS with all 2.5-inch SSD

Pure Performance

  • Smaller capacity
  • Higher cost
  • Smaller size, high density

Lowest latency with 10GbE network performance

IronWolf Health:

IronWolf Health

Keep Your Data In Good Shape

For all around well-being, you need prevention, intervention, and recovery.

IronWolf Health Management provides all these aspects of care for supported IronWolf and IronWolf Pro hard drives. Thanks to IHM, which operates in popular NAS operating systems, you can prevent external disturbances from affecting the NAS or drive health, proactively intervene and backup your data when the system notifies, and available industry leading rescue and recovery services should a catastrophic event occur.

Actively Protecting Your NAS

IronWolf Health Management (IHM) is designed to operate on enabled NAS systems, populated with supported Ironwolf SSD, Ironwolf HDDs, and Ironwolf Pro HDDs. IHM helps to improve the overall system reliability by showing prevention, intervention, and recovery options.



Enjoy seamless, superior NAS experience as IronWolf Health monitors your system environment and offers preventative actions to secure your data. It keeps tabs on conditions such as temperature, shock, vibration, intermittent connections and signal integrity.



Avoid catastrophic data loss events by allowing IronWolf Health to analyze hundreds of parameters, recommending backup as needed. IHM has adaptive algorithms that monitor critical drive and health parameters related to data transfer, performance, readability, writability and overall reliability.



In the event of failure, rely on our Rescue Data Recovery Service (2-year service included with IronWolf Pro). IHM provides you easy access to it through the NAS OS.

Schedule. Review. Track.1

IHM is integrated within the NAS OS in which it allows you to schedule and review each result of the scan when you want to. The NAS OS will keep a log in which it will help track any trends and keep you well aware of how healthy your drive is based on the results of IHM.

Keep an Eye on Your Workload2

IronWolf Health Management allows you to keep an eye on your workload on compatible NAS. With workload charting you are able to see the data traffic with your NAS on a day by day basis, allowing further piece of mind knowing that IronWolf and IronWolf Pro is built tough to handle 24x7 always on use.

Keep an Eye on Your Workload

Error Codes and Suggestions

IronWolf Health provides a list of error codes and a suggestion on what you need to do to fix the issues. The chart below helps provides suggestions for each code.

Output Code Test Result Suggested Actions to Fix the Issue
100 Notification Abnormally high operating temperature has been detected. Please ensure rear ventilation ports are not blocked, and try to lower the ambient temperature.
101 Notification Connection issue on your NAS and hard drive interface has been detected. Please make sure the hard drive is properly installed in the chassis or drive tray, and that the tray is properly installed in your NAS. If issue persists, please contact the NAS Support Team.
102 Notification Excessive physical shock to the hard drive has been detected. Please ensure your hard drive and NAS are placed on a stable surface. If issue persists, please contact the NAS Support Team.
105 Notification Excessive vibration has been detected. Please ensure your NAS is placed on a stable surface. If issue persists, please contact the NAS Support Team.
106 Notification Excessive host resets have been detected. Please ensure the hard drive is properly installed in the chassis or drive tray, and perform a power cycle. If issue persists, please contact the NAS Support Team.
>=200 Warning IHM has spotted some errors and a full SMART scan has been automatically triggered for your convenience. If the scan fails, please contact Seagate Customer Care.

1 IronWolf Health Management features may vary from one NAS vendor to another. For further information, please refer to the vendor IHM manual
2 Workload charting is only available on compatible NAS. Please check NAS vendor for further details.


Specifications 3.84TB 1.92TB 960GB 480GB 240GB
Standard Model Number ST16000VN001 ST14000VN0008 ST12000VN0008 ST10000VN0008 ST8000VN0022
Interface SATA 6Gb/s SATA 6Gb/s SATA 6Gb/s SATA 6Gb/s SATA 6Gb/s
Form Factor 2.5 in × 7mm 2.5 in × 7mm 2.5 in × 7mm 2.5 in × 7mm 2.5 in × 7mm
Sequential Read (MB/s) Sustained, 128KB QD321 560 560 560 560 560
Sequential Write (MB/s) Sustained, 128KB QD321 535 535 535 535 345
Random Read (IOPS) Sustained, 4KB QD321 85000 90000 90000 75000 55000
Random R70R (IOPS) Sustained. 4KB QD321 60000 65000 50000 40000 30000
Random Write (IOPS) Sustained, 4KB QD321 45000 50000 55000 50000 30000
Average Read Latency (μs), 4KB QD11 175 160 155 155 155
Average Write Latency (μs), 4KB QD11 40 35 40 40 40
Total Bytes Written (TB) 7,000 3,500 1,750 875 435
Nonrecoverable Read Errors per Bits Read 1 per 10E17 1 per 10E17 1 per 10E17 1 per 10E17 1 per 10E17
Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF, hours) 2,000,000 2,000,000 2,000,000 2,000,000 2,000,000
Limited Warranty (years) 5 5 5 5 5
Power Management
Power Supply 5V + 12V 5V + 12V 5V + 12V 5V 5V
+5/+12V Active Max Average Power (W)2 3.5 3.4 3.2 2.7 2.3
Average Idle Power (W) 1.2 1.2 1.2 1.1 1.1
Temperature, Operating Internal (°C) 0 to 70°C 0 to 70°C 0 to 70°C 0 to 70°C 0 to 70°C
Temperature, Nonoperating (°C) –40 to 85°C –40 to 85°C –40 to 85°C –40 to 85°C –40 to 85°C
Temperature Change Rate/Hr, Max (°C) 20°C 20°C 20°C 20°C 20°C
Shock, 0.5ms (Gs) 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000
Height (in/mm, max) 7.00mm/0.276in 7.00mm/0.276in 7.00mm/0.276in 7.00mm/0.276in 7.00mm/0.276in
Width (mm/in, max) 70.10mm/2.760in 70.10mm/2.760in 70.10mm/2.760in 70.10mm/2.760in 70.10mm/2.760in
Depth (mm/in, max) 100.25mm/3.947in 100.25mm/3.947in 100.25mm/3.947in 100.25mm/3.947in 100.25mm/3.947in
Weight (g/lb) 79.4g/0.175lb 74.7g/0.164lb 74.3g/0.163lb 74.3g/0.163lb 70.6g/0.155lb
Carton Unit Quantity 10 10 10 10 10
System Requirements
System Requirements Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows, 7 Linux

1 Performance data is based on testing under certain workload conditions and is subject to change. Performance assumes that a typical enterprise data workload has 80% entropy.
2 3.84TB, 1.92TB, and 960GB capacity points require 12V in addition to 5V power.


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