Most people take for granted the value that magnetic data storage adds to their lives.
They trust their disk drives with their financial information, treasured family photos and digital creations.
Hard disk drives are amazingly reliable with some achieving "Mean Time Between Failures" (MTBF) of up to 2,500,000 hours.
That means that, on average, a drive fails after the specified number of hours,
with half the drives lasting more than that and half lasting less. To put this into perspective,
2,500,000 hours is more than 250 years. Suspension assemblies play a critical role in maintaining this reliability.
Suspension technology has helped further areal density improvements giving them the storage they need to keep their data
safe and help drive their digital world. Please select topic to learn more about these amazing devices.