Take control of your data transfer and transport costs when moving data around your enterprise.
Seagate® Lyve Drive™ Shuttle is available in a variety of storage options that are simple and affordable for emerging edge environments, regardless of cloud service provider.VIEW DATASHEET
Experience simple functionality in a variety of storage options.
Transfer and transport data without bandwidth limitations.
Choose industry standard encryption inside a durable case.
Experience true simplicity with drag-and-drop functionality similar to using an external USB drive.
Lyve Drive Shuttle supports most industry standard file systems and network protocol for easy ingestion from direct-attached, network-attached, and other external storage devices.
Leverage a lit status e-ink touch screen to copy files directly without a PC, whether in dark or bright environments.
Connect USB-C cable (included) directly into your host system then manually drag-and-drop your data directly onto the shuttle.
Similar to DAS mode, except shuttle will show on your network as a shared storage device once connected via ethernet cable (not included) into your network (router, switch, etc.).
Connect drone, audiovisual equipment, and other devices with media files to this shuttle to quickly and affordably transfer your data.
Securely encrypt stored data on Lyve Drive Shuttle with Seagate Secure™, which protects data via industry standard AES-based hardware encryption.
Easily migrate analytics and genomics data, video libraries, image repositories, and so much more.
Our Lyve Drive Shuttle provides a glimpse of what you can expect from our Lyve Drive line of modular data transport solutions, which are compatible with all cloud service providers.
1. SED, FIPS/SED and auto-lock options not available in all models or countries. Some models may require TCG-compliant host or controller support. Auto-lock option and FIPS SED models require TCG-compliant host or controller support. TM: The FIPS logo is a certification mark of NIST, which does not imply product endorsement by NIST, the U.S., or Canadian governments.
2. Encryption/FIPS — FIPS 140-2 Validated Self-Encrypting Drives (SEDs) have been certified by the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and Canadian Communications Security Establishment (CSE) as meeting the Level 2 security requirements for cryptographic modules as defined in the Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) 140-2 Publication. FIPS Encryption models are not available in all models or countries.