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11.02.2010 Top Reliability with Seagate’s New Savvio 10K Drive
While it seems that ”unreliability” is a concept that’s keeping us from driving even the most economical of cars these days, it’s nice to see that the hard drive industry is moving in the opposite direction. Seagate announced that they are standing firmly behind the reliability of their mission critical drives by extending the mean-time-between-failure [...]
10.06.2008 Hard Drive Withstands Fire And Water Submersion
Auburn (CA) - Most small businesses and consumers do not have elaborate disaster recovery plans in place, which means that their data may be at risk, especially if backups are stored nearby.
03.06.2008 IDC Predicts 3 TB Hard Drives By 2012
Hard drive manufacture appear to be increasingly under pressure from advances in the solid state disk arena, with some manufacturers claiming that 512 GB drives will be available with current technologies.
18.04.2008 Hitachi Broadens Hard Drive Channel Coverage in Pacific Region by Signing Up New Distribution Agreement with Altech
Hitachi Broadens Hard Drive Channel Coverage in Pacific Region by Signing Up New Distribution Agreement with Altech
16.09.2015 How Does That Hard Drive Work? Seagate Engineers Wow Museum Visitors
Some of Seagate’s engineering team in Minnesota showed hundreds of children how disk drives work during a recent “technology day” at a local museum. Our volunteers conducted hands-on activities at eight disk drive stations at the Bakken Museum’s week-long event that shows how technology and science work together to improve lives. Besides working in the “hard […]
02.10.2015 Video: Choose the Right Drive for the Right Workload
All storage is the same, right? Wrong! Some folks misuse storage, thinking all hard drives are the same. But when it comes to specialized applications, Seagate goes the extra mile to ensure your drive will perform with tough loads for the long haul — when you choose the right drive for your workload. Every hard drive, […]
30.10.2015 The World’s First 8TB Surveillance Drive
Seagate has introduced the world’s first 8TB surveillance hard drive. The drive — which is aimed at surveillance-system integrators, end users and installers — offers the highest capacity on the market, along with high reliability for reduced post-deployment support. Why 8TB matters The Seagate® Surveillance HDD, which debuted on Wednesday, is tuned for high-write workloads of up to 180TB […]
24.11.2015 USA Today Gift Picks: Seagate Game Drives for Xbox and Playstation
The gift for the gamer who has every title What do you buy a console gamer this holiday season? That’s easy, says USA Today: more storage, designed for their favorite console! USA Today has included both our Game Drive for Xbox (a 2TB external hard drive) and our Game Drive for PlayStation (a 1TB solid-state […]
23.04.2016 Производитель изменил дизайн флэш-накопителя SanDisk iXpand для мобильных устройств Apple
Компания SanDisk представила новое поколение флэш-накопителей iXpand, предназначенных для мобильных устройств Apple. Напомним, первое поколение накопителей SanDisk iXpand, которые можно подключать непосредственно к смартфонам Apple iPhone и планшетам Apple iPad, было представлено в ноябре 2014 года. Этот накопитель показан на первой иллюстрации. Новая флэшка, показанная на второй иллюстрации, существенно отличается от своей предшественницы. По словам производителя, форма накопителя позволяет подключать его к смартфонам и планшетам Apple, заключенным в большинство чехлов. Список совместимых у...
10.09.2008 IBM Delivers Industry-First Tool to Help Small and Medium Businesses "Deadbolt" Data
IBM announced today the industry's first hardware-based encryption tool to secure data on a server's hard drive. Once encrypted, data is well protected -- even if the hard drive is improperly disposed of or stolen. The solution is particularly useful to small and medium businesses with limited IT resources, providing them a simple way to implement the same level of security commonly used by government agencies. E-mail this page Save to del.icio.us Digg this