At IFSEC International 2014 Seagate will be demonstrating how the recently announced 7th Generation Surveillance HDD can help organisations get the most out of their data
The 4TB Seagate Surveillance HDD has been designed specifically to address the need for high-resolution cameras

What: Seagate Technology plc, a world leader in storage solutions, will be exhibiting at IFSEC International 2014 between the 17th and 19th June on stand G510. Stand visitors will be able to see the recently launched 7th Generation Surveillance HDD in action, with demonstration solutions from QNAP, Samsung, Synology, and Hikvision. The 4TB Seagate Surveillance HDD has been designed specifically to address the need for high-resolution cameras and camera counts, and ensures cost-effective performance and durability in always-on surveillance systems.

Visitors can also discover how Seagate’s surveillance solutions can support their operations by meeting with the company’s engineers and product specialists. There will also be the opportunity to get instant sales support from distributors Avnet and Hammer as well as the chance to enter a prize draw to win a QNAP VS-2108 Pro+ Network Video Recorder with two 4TB surveillance HDDs.

Why: As complexity in the surveillance market increases and the ability to analyse this data develops, companies are increasingly investigating ways to manage their deposits of data better. At IFSEC International 2014 Seagate will be demonstrating how the recently announced 7th Generation Surveillance HDD can help organisations get the most out of their data.

When: 17th - 19th June, 2014

Where: IFSEC International 2014, Stand G510, ExCel, London.

Who: Henk van den Berg, Director for Sales North and Central Europe and Andy Palmer, Sales Manager, UK and Ireland will be available to discuss surveillance requirements and the Seagate solutions available with attendees.

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