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Hardware Components Relative Failure Rates Chart

A bit old and most probably not statistically significant, but I’d say it looks correct in general.

HW-Faulure-Survey.031

Credit Alex Gorbachev, Pythian

Do you agree? Any other sources containing statistics about hardward failure rates?

Original title and link: Hardware Components Relative Failure Rates Chart (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)