The Seagate® Kinetic Open Storage platform is the first device-based storage platform enabling independent software vendors (ISV) and cloud service provider (CSP), and enterprise customers to optimize scale-out file and object-based storage, delivering lower TCO. Seagate Kinetic Storage comprises storage devices + key/value API + Ethernet connectivity.Learn How Seagate Kinetic HDD Is Revolutionizing Cloud Storage >
Rapid implementation and deployment in any stack.
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Take direct advantage of drive-specific features and capabilities
The Seagate Kinetic Open Storage platform delivers higher performance and capacity, along with improved rack density, by allowing more flexibility than traditional storage server architectures.
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Lowers capital expense (capex) associated with building new or upgrading an existing data center architecture
Lowers operational expense (opex) associated with running a data center
The Kinetic Storage Platform helps lower costs.
Mitigates hardware risks associated with human error
Improves utilization of real estate where physical footprint is an issue
As part of the ATA’s peer- and industry-selected award process, the Kinetic platform was judged based on innovation, intellectual property, commercial viability, value proposition and impact on the industry and economy.
“This is yet another proof point of market validation of the Kinetic vision and opportunity,” said Ali Fenn, senior director, product line management, at Seagate. “We are thrilled to have won this honor against a field of very significant nominees.”
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