- News tagged "seagate"
Monday, 17 Dec 2012
A 2.5-inch drive specifically engineered for use in 24/7 video applications like digital video recorders, set-top boxes, and surveillance applications, the Seagate Video 2.5 HDD has an annual failure rate of approximately 0.55, based on current configurations.
Monday, 5 Nov 2012
Seagate has joined the DECE (Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem), an open, cross-industry consortium of movie studios and technology companies which developed and operate UltraViolet.
Tuesday, 30 Oct 2012
Seagate has announced that all of its external storage devices are now compatible with the new Windows 8 in addition to the current Windows 7/Vista/XP.
Wednesday, 17 Oct 2012
Seagate announces three new enterprise-class HDDs aimed at optimizing traditional data centers as well as emerging cloud infrastructures. The three models are the Enterprise Value, Enterprise Capacity, and Enterprise Performance.
Tuesday, 3 Jul 2012
Seagate has just announced their new Backup Plus external portable and desktop hard drives in Singapore. The new drives from Seagate are the first in the world to provide easy backup of content on social media networks.
Wednesday, 27 Jun 2012
Seagate has announced a partnership with DensBits, an Israeli company whose memory controller (Memory Modem) technology will be used in its low-cost, high-performance upcoming SSDs. Seagate also made an undisclosed investment in DensBits as a development of their new strategic relationship.
Thursday, 24 May 2012
Seagate and LaCie has announced an exclusive agreement with the intent for Seagate to acquire a controlling interest in LaCie.
Tuesday, 20 Mar 2012
Thanks to heat-assisted magnetic recording (HAMR), Seagate has managed to reach this landmark data density.
Friday, 2 Dec 2011
Seagate is now shipping the second gen Momentus XT. Powered by Adaptive Memory and FAST factor technologies, it is nearly 70% faster than the previous Momentus drive version and up to three times faster than a traditional hard disk drive.
Friday, 11 Nov 2011
Thailand's flood crisis may be slowing down, but the tech industry may take a year or more to recover from its devastating effects. The most obvious problem now is that hard disk prices are shooting up dramatically.