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A glimpse at Seagate Enterprise Storage Simplified


It’s a bit of an understatement to say that enterprise storage is complicated.

Seagate alone has 7 different drive families in the enterprise storage space with 26 capacity points, and 101 model numbers. Everything from SSDs to hard drives, encrypted to non-encrypted, FIPS to non-FIPS…the landscape can be daunting for anyone to navigate.

Well, starting is the Asia Pacific region and expanding to Europe and the Americas, Seagate aims to simplify enterprise storage through a new campaign that hopes to help customers and partners understand what enterprise drive to use when, for what application, and to what purpose.  Seagate is calling it Enterprise Storage Simplified or ESS, and has developed a new web presence to help point you in the right direction:  Enterprise Storage Simplified.

No doubt, the enterprise space is packed with new trends and usage models including:

The site takes you on a path through each trend complete with the latest research, technology, product information, whitepapers, press releases, and customer stories. Of course, the new Seagate website continues to be the main resource for partners and customers on anything and everything that is happening at Seagate. We just thought that when it comes to catering to the specific needs of those partners and customers that want to choose the best storage for their enterprise application or usage model, something additional and special was needed.
Check  it out and let us know what you think.
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