Friday, 30 October 2015

Seagate Unveils 8TB Hard Drive For Video Surveillance

Seagate has unveiled the first in China to 8TB of hard drive designed specifically for video surveillance is made. A total of 64 security cameras simultaneously send their data to the disk, which can be used 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, according to Storage Review.

According to Tech Times would Seagate have indicated that the earlier hard disks that developed were not able to cope with the requirements for the writing of data by video surveillance systems. The hard drives were therefore at risk to overheat. The now revealed 8TB of hard drive uses less power and offers rotating sensors to counteract the effects of vibration when the disc is used in a system with multiple disks. The disc is in the United States costs $ 385. A price in the Netherlands is not yet known.

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