What a great way to top off 2010! Seagate’s family of enterprise Self-Encrypting Drives (SEDs) earned Electronic Design’s Best Electronic Design award for 2010. The Cheetah, Savvio, and Constellation SEDs won in the Computer Hard Disk Drive category and are highlighted in Electronic Design’s December issue, available here.
A company’s data is one of its most valuable assets. Stolen data can mean high customer notification costs, tarnished reputation, and a loss of customers. Unauthorized data exposure can occur anywhere – from the one-man IT “department” to the best-managed data center.
Seagate was the first hard drive manufacturer to introduce SED security technology across its entire enterprise line of hard drives. IBM, LSI and Intel are just a few of the companies actively building Seagate Secure, Self-Encrypting Drives into enterprise server and storage solutions.
Electronic Design is the leading authority on emerging technologies for design solutions, and we are certainly honored by the recognition and award for Seagate’s enterprise SEDs. For more information about Seagate’s enterprise security solutions and to learn how they can help your business, check out the Solution Center page.