Mar 12, 2014
CUPERTINO, Calif. — Seagate Technology plc (NASDAQ:STX), a world leader in storage solutions, today introduces its Video Surveillance Systems Solution Center that features a library of resources, including a new Video Storage Selector and Surveillance Drive Selection Guide, as well as a number of surveillance articles and case studies to help arm customers with the knowledge to identify which Seagate video storage hard disk drive will best support their security system needs.
“There is a growing need to analyze and make use of video data, with a wide range of applications that include monitoring security for home and small business security, capturing data that allows cities to predict and improve traffic flows, reducing airport wait times — the possibilities are endless,” said Scott Horn, Seagate vice president of marketing. “Our goal was to develop a simple, yet useful, guide to provide our customers with the support and information required to make smart choices that will affect the reliability and ultimately ROI of the system design.”
The Video Surveillance Solutions Center supports Seagate’s extensive video and surveillance storage solutions portfolio including the company’s latest seventh-generation offerings, the Video 2.5 HDD, Video 3.5 HDD, Enterprise Capacity 3.5 HDD, and Surveillance HDD (SV35). The Surveillance HDD family is a world-class HDD purpose-built for storing and accessing video analytics, improving data integrity and keeping systems in the field longer.
Following the recent launch of the Seagate Surveillance HDD, the company has received strong industry support building on their extensive partner network in the video and surveillance market which includes Dahua Technology, EverFocus, Hikvision, March Networks, NUUO and QNAP. Partners and those looking to build world-class video storage solutions with the ability to scale are invited to visit the center.
The Video Surveillance Systems Solution Center is now live on Seagate.com.
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