1. Backup Plus Fast Portable Drive
The Seagate® Backup Plus Fast Portable Drive performs at up to 2× the speed of other portable hard drives, delivering some of the fastest data transfer speeds—up to 220MB/s.
The highest capacity 2.5-inch portable hard drive on the market
Share files between PCs and Macs
Tough, metal design for everywhere portability
The Seagate Mobile Backup app allows you to back up your content directly…
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Up to 4TB capacity means more room for all your games
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Download, store and stream everything in your digital library
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Seagate Technology today announced the new Seagate® Video 3.5 HDD— the industry’s first 4TB, 3.5-inch hard disk drive (HDD) engineered specifically for use in video applications.
Seagate® Video 3.5 HDD is for use in such as digital video recorders (DVRs), set-top boxes (STBs), and surveillance systems.
Purpose-built for video solutions, the Video 3.5 HDD can store up to 480 hours of high-definition (HD) content making it the industry’s highest-capacity drive …
Data storage software company Nexenta has raised $24 million in Series D financing led by new investor Four Rivers Group, with participation by existing investors Menlo Ventures, TransLink Capital, Javelin Ventures, Sierra Ventures, Razor’s Edge, and West Summit Capital.
Nexenta Systems is the world’s leading provider of Software-defined Storage solutions. The company’s flagship software-only platform, NexentaStor, delivers high-performance, ultra-scalable, cloud- and virtualization-optimized storage management. Privately held, Nexenta is headquartered in …
A new way of magnetic recording using heat will allow data processing hundreds of times faster than by current hard drive technology, – British researchers say.
International research led by the physics department at the University of York found heat could be used to record information onto magnetic media at a much faster rate than current technologies, a York release said Tuesday.
“Instead of using a magnetic field to record …
Enterprises are now routinely storing workloads comprised of terabytes of data, which eventually add up to petabytes of storage. Next stop? Exabytes.
We’re going to be hearing the preface “exa-” as it refers to the data storage industry a lot more as time goes on, so we might as well get used to it.
A current illustration of this point is object-based storage provider Cleversafe, which launched a new multi-rack …