Data in Motion, Part 1: Storage Implications for Analytics Applications

Today, Google receives 2.3 million search queries per second. What will that number be in 2025—assuming exponential growth in search continues apace? 20 million searches per second? 50 million? A billon? Any number would only be a guess. We know that by 2025 the global datasphere will be over ...

Seagate Secure: Protection for Life-Critical Data, On Seagate Enterprise Drives

In the era of life-critical data and at a time when cyber-vulnerabilities grow, enterprises need not only trusted performance from their drives, but also ironclad security. Today, we’re proud to announce Seagate Secure™, a stringent collection of security features rolled out across Seagate’s ...

Introducing Exos and Nytro: The Enterprise Datasphere Fleet

Data is the lifeblood of our growing digital existence. It has become critical to all aspects of human life over the past 30 years, and global demand for storage continues to increase at an exponential rate. From smart personal devices to large-scale intelligent systems, vast amounts of data ...

Seagate to Participate in Consortium Led by Bain Capital Private Equity to Acquire Toshiba Memory Corporation

Seagate Commits to Provide up to $1.25 Billion in Financing, Expects to Enter into a Long-Term NAND Supply Agreement Seagate Technology, a world leader in storage solutions, today announced its participation in the consortium led by Bain Capital Private Equity that has entered into an agreement ...

Could the World Run Out of Data Storage Capacity?

Could we really be looking at the limit of the world’s data storage capacity? Even after another 100 or so years of incredible storage advances? If you’ve read our recent stories exploring how the world of data will look in 2025, you know how explosive the growth of data is and how ...

An Arctic Vault for the Entire World’s Data?

The human drive for preservation is built into our DNA. And just as that survival instinct provides an inherent will to protect our corporeal form, it now extends to one of our most abundant commodities: our data. Ever thought about being cryogenically frozen? What about your files? As reported ...

Proteomics, Data and the Fight Against Cancer

Cancer detection and prevention In recent years there have been rapid advances in the world of cancer treatment and disease prevention. But there is no simple way to deal with cancer yet. A patient may have to undergo a medley of different treatments, such as chemotherapy, radiation and ...

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