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Seagate offers enterprise-grade NAS HDD for SMBs

Nurdianah Md Nur | Dec. 9, 2014
Available in capacities of up to 6TB, the solution features RAID Rebuild technology, Error Recovery Control, and an RV sensor.

Small- and medium-sized businesses can now optimise their computing for performance and reliability using Seagate Technology's enterprise-grade network attached storage (NAS) hard disk drive (HDD).

Available in capacities of up to 6TB, Seagate's Enterprise NAS HDD can deliver up to 96TBs in one 16-bay rackmount or tower form factor.  It also leverages a rotational vibration (RV) sensor, enabling it to sustain performance streaming and random read/write workloads for growing business data needs, intrinsically adjusting and compensating based on usage.

Besides that, the Enterprise NAS HDD features RAID Rebuild technology for reduced downtime, as well as Error Recovery Control for data accuracy and protection. However, SMBs that want to ensure minimal data loss in the event of a failure can choose to subscribe to Seagate's Rescue Data Recovery plans for their Enterprise NAS HDD. The plans provide end-to-end protection, and enables data recovery with more than a 90 percent success rates, said Seagate. 

"[The Enterprise NAS HDD is] tailored to the requirements of businesses, ensuring that customers are only paying for the features they need," said Scott Horn, Seagate's vice president of marketing. The solution is thus well-suited for SMBs as it is able to scale according to their business growth.

 

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