March 5, 2021 5:49 am
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Seagate launches advanced 14TB hard drives

IronWolf drives are built with multi-user environments in mind, which allows a workload rating up to 300TB/year, said .

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Seagate has launched an advanced 14TB hard drives. Consisting of IronWolf and IronWolf Pro for network attached storage (NAS) applications will allow companies to utilize digital , said Seagate. “Data protection, management and archiving are no longer strictly the realm of IT departments, but are now essential responsibilities for business owners, creative professionals, online gamers and users alike,” said Matt Rutledge, senior vice president of devices at Seagate.

“We understand the critical nature of data in unlocking opportunities to efficiency. From the largest data center to the personal user, our goal is to ensure every customer can access, store and transfer data quickly and reliably, whenever they need it and wherever they are,” added Rutledge.

IronWolf drives are built with multi-user environments in mind, which allows a workload rating up to 300TB/year allowing users to do more with their data and their NAS. The drives are optimized with AgileArray firmware for NAS servers to provide the customer with a host of benefits including: RAID performance, dual-plane balance, rotational vibration (RV) sensors, advanced power management and error recovery control, said Seagate.

“For many companies, data storage has become one of the fastest-growing parts of their IT infrastructure. Synology users will be excited by the new Seagate 14TB IronWolf drives,” said Vincent Tsai, product marketing manager at Synology Inc. “By collaborating seamlessly, Seagate and Synology deliver a reliable storage and backup solution for businesses to safeguard their valuable data.”

The IronWolf and IronWolf Pro 14TB are available at $529.99 and $599.99 respectively.

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