Hard drive manufacturer Seagate and American multinational IT services firm IBM say they are working together to reduce the incidence of hard drive counterfeiting by using blockchain technology and security technologies.
Data storage firm Seagate has launched a range of 14TB 3.5" hard drives, for specialised demanding applications like NAS, surveillance and hyper-scale data centres as well as personal use.
Today’s world of “big data” and awesome creative possibilities demands titanic storage. Storage manufacturer Seagate has released 12TB drives in its BarraCude Pro range, offering the highest capacity 3.5” units available.
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