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  • White Papers // Sep 2010

    Cloud Computing - A New Model for Delivering and Consuming IT Resources

    The cloud is a new model for delivering and consuming IT resources, such as compute (Server) resources, data storage, network bandwidth and even applications. The model includes characteristics such as on-demand self-service, rapid elasticity, measured service (Pay-As-You-Use), resource pooling and broad network access.1 Cloud computing is good for storage: It...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    Feasibility Regions: Exploiting Tradeoffs Between Power and Performance in Disk Drives

    Low utilization immediately suggests that placing the system into a low power mode during idle times may considerably decrease power consumption. As future workload remains largely unknown, "When" to initiate a power saving mode and for "How long" to stay in this mode remains a challenging open problem, given that...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    BlackArmor NAS 440/420 Storage Servers

    This technology paper is about the new product of Seagate Technology i.e. BlackArmour NAS 440/420 storage server which is answering the need for high volume storage that protects against data loss. This paper mentions various features of BlackArmor NAS Storage Server. It is a server which is expandable network attached...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    Storage Strategies for Server Virtualization: Getting the Most From Virtualized Environments Without Breaking Your IT Budget

    Server virtualization delivers IT benefits that are every CIO's dream: greatly simplified management, better business responsiveness, higher application availability, reduced hardware and software costs, lower power consumption, and a cooler data center. Is this technology too good to be true? Some say there is a downside: an acceleration in data...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Self-Encrypting Drives for Servers, NAS and SAN Arrays

    This paper discusses the challenge of securing data on hard drives that will inevitably leave the owner's control. It introduces Self-Encrypting Drives (SED), which may be used in two ways: to provide instant secure erase (cryptographic erase or making the data no longer readable), and to enable auto-locking to secure...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Disk Drive Workload Captured in Logs Collected During the Field Return Incoming Test

    Hard disk drives returned back to Seagate undergo the Field Return Incoming Test. During the test, the available logs in disk drives are collected, if possible. These logs contain cumulative data on the workload seen by the drive during its lifetime, including the amount of bytes read and written, the...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    Dual-Drive Network Storage Server

    For small offices and businesses up to 20 networked computers, the Central Axis Business Edition storage server provides a data storage and protection solution with simplicity and business continuity in mind. It offers easy backup for both PCs and Macs to one central, safe location that holds as much as...

    Provided By Seagate Technology

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Feasibility Regions: Exploiting Tradeoffs Between Power and Performance in Disk Drives

    Low utilization immediately suggests that placing the system into a low power mode during idle times may considerably decrease power consumption. As future workload remains largely unknown, "When" to initiate a power saving mode and for "How long" to stay in this mode remains a challenging open problem, given that...

    Provided By Seagate Technology

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Disk Drive Workload Captured in Logs Collected During the Field Return Incoming Test

    Hard disk drives returned back to Seagate undergo the Field Return Incoming Test. During the test, the available logs in disk drives are collected, if possible. These logs contain cumulative data on the workload seen by the drive during its lifetime, including the amount of bytes read and written, the...

    Provided By Seagate Technology

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Storage Strategies for Server Virtualization: Getting the Most From Virtualized Environments Without Breaking Your IT Budget

    Server virtualization delivers IT benefits that are every CIO's dream: greatly simplified management, better business responsiveness, higher application availability, reduced hardware and software costs, lower power consumption, and a cooler data center. Is this technology too good to be true? Some say there is a downside: an acceleration in data...

    Provided By Seagate Technology

  • White Papers // May 2009

    BlackArmor NAS 440/420 Storage Servers

    This technology paper is about the new product of Seagate Technology i.e. BlackArmour NAS 440/420 storage server which is answering the need for high volume storage that protects against data loss. This paper mentions various features of BlackArmor NAS Storage Server. It is a server which is expandable network attached...

    Provided By Seagate Technology

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Self-Encrypting Drives for Servers, NAS and SAN Arrays

    This paper discusses the challenge of securing data on hard drives that will inevitably leave the owner's control. It introduces Self-Encrypting Drives (SED), which may be used in two ways: to provide instant secure erase (cryptographic erase or making the data no longer readable), and to enable auto-locking to secure...

    Provided By Seagate Technology

  • White Papers // Sep 2010

    Cloud Computing - A New Model for Delivering and Consuming IT Resources

    The cloud is a new model for delivering and consuming IT resources, such as compute (Server) resources, data storage, network bandwidth and even applications. The model includes characteristics such as on-demand self-service, rapid elasticity, measured service (Pay-As-You-Use), resource pooling and broad network access.1 Cloud computing is good for storage: It...

    Provided By Seagate Technology

  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    Dual-Drive Network Storage Server

    For small offices and businesses up to 20 networked computers, the Central Axis Business Edition storage server provides a data storage and protection solution with simplicity and business continuity in mind. It offers easy backup for both PCs and Macs to one central, safe location that holds as much as...

    Provided By Seagate Technology