About Seagate Technology
Founded in 1979, Seagate is the industry leader in hard disk drives and storage solutions.
Seagate's portfolio of SkyHawk Surveillance Drives & Video-Optimised HDDs has been developed over seven generations, always focused on improving surveillance system reliability and drive lifespan, reducing security system costs and supporting video analytics.
Offer peace of mind
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10TB SkyHawk Surveillance HDD
After 10 years in the video surveillance market, Seagate knows what it
takes to deliver cutting-edge storage for surveillance systems. That’s
why we offer a portfolio of products that takes our brand to a level above
the competition—without a price premium—to ensure our customers are
not only ready for today’s surveillance challenges, but also ready to scale
with the challenges of tomorrow.
- Precision-tuned for high write surveillance workloads operating 24x7
- Capacities up to 10 TB or 2,000+ hours of HD video
- Reliably performs in multi-drive systems with RAID support
Ideal for: High-resolution cameras and camera counts. SkyHawk Survillance HDD ensures cost-effective performance and durability in always-on surveillance DVRs or NVRs.
Awards & recognition
As one of the world's leading storage solution providers, Seagate combine experience and innovation to ensure their customers continue to deliver best-in-class products and services.
They receive regular industry recognition - a testament to their continued commitment to helping define the future of digital surveillance storage.
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A standard is a document that establishes uniform engineering or technical criteria, methods, processes, and/or practices. Standards surround every aspect of our business. For example, the physical security marketplace is impacted by industry standards, national and international standards, quality standards, building codes and even environmental standards, to name just a few. We asked this week’s Expert Panel Roundtable: How have standards changed the security market as we know it?
We live in an era of Big Data. Surrounded by a flood of information, more companies are looking for ways to analyse that information (data) and systematically extract intelligence that can help them operate more efficiently and profitably. The data obsession has extended to the physical security industry, too, where large amounts of data have historically been a little-used byproduct of our access control and even video systems. But the picture is changing. We asked this week's Expert Panel Roun...
Ten years is a long time, but it seems to pass in an instant in the world of security. In terms of technology, 2010 is ages ago. Changes in the market have been transformative during that decade, and we called on our Expert Panel Roundtable to highlight some of those changes. We asked this week’s panelists: What was the biggest change in the security industry in the 2010-2019 decade?
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When you’re securing premises in Iceland, you need a reliable system that can cope with both plummeting temperatures and low-light levels. Hikvision cameras were used in such a solution – chosen by Securitas Iceland to secure a harbour for customer Samskip in Reykjavik. Global logistics company Samskip is one of the larger transport companies in Europe with offices in 24 countries in Europe, North and South America, Asia and Australia. They operate an extensive network of container...
Frame drop is one of the key problems in IP surveillance systems. The consequence of dropped frames is recording gaps, which translate into lost images that can consequently mean loss of valuable business intelligence or severe financial damages. Integration of Seagate Skyhawk To solve this problem, Rasilient Systems, a Silicon Valley-based manufacturer of purpose-built surveillance recording servers and storage systems partners with Seagate to include Skyhawk drives in all their systems. &ldq...
British Airways i360 is a 162-metre (531 ft.) tall observation tower on the seafront of Brighton on the UK’s south coast, which opened in August 2016 on the site of the historic West Pier. Conceived and designed by Marks Barfield Architects, the creators of the London Eye, British Airways i360 is the world’s first vertical cable car and the world’s tallest moving observation tower. Just as the original pier welcomed Victorian society to ‘walk on water’, British Air...
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