LaCie Announces the 2TB DJI CoPilot Hard Drive
Seagate just introduced the LaCie 2TB DJI CoPilot, a portable external hard drive specifically designed for drone pilots when they are out in the field.
Backblaze has revealed 2017 Hard Drive reliability stats
Backblaze has revealed data about annualized failure rates for drives that the company uses in its data centers from all major HDD makers over the last year.
Pioneer Launches XS02 Portable SSD
Pioneer has recently made the leap into the consumer electronics market and launched a brand-new USB-C Portable SSD device with a fast speed.
Seagate doubles down on HDD speeds with Multi-Actuator technology
Seagate announced that it plans to double the performance of its future HDDs with its Multi-Actuator technology.
Transcend Presents JetDrive 825 Thunderbolt PCIe Portable SSD for Mac
Transcend has announced the release of JetDrive 825 Thunderbolt PCIe portable SSD for Mac computers that uses 3D NAND flash and offer improved performance.
Toshiba unveils CANVIO Premium, Advance, and Basics USB external hard drives
Toshiba introduces new CANVIO-branded portable hard disk drives with Premium, Advance and Basics models that will be available in February 2018.
WD announces the new HGST Ultrastar 7K6 HDD
WD expands mid-range enterprise hard drive offerings with the new HGST Ultrastar 7K6 HDD supporting 4TB, 6TB, and 8TB capacity points
CalDigit 2TB Tuff USB-C hard drive for mobile MacBook Pro users
The CalDigit Tuff 2TB USB-C external HDD deserves the attention of mobile MacBook Pro users for its looks, performance, and durability.
ACEPC T11 Mini PC with 2.5-Inch SATA Internal SSD
ACEPC, a well-known mini computer company, offers T11 Series of Mini PCs that are very popular among consumers.
Toshiba unveils the world"s first 14TB conventional hard drive
Toshiba has introduced the world"s first 14TB Standard Magnetic Recording (CMR) hard drive that is a part of Toshiba's MG07ACA enterprise sequence.
Crucial Releases MX500 SSD
Crucial has expanded its MX line of SSDs with the addition of the MX500 SATA SSD that is built on Micron's proven flash technology.
Seagate Launches SkyHawk AI HDD
Seagate is launching a new range of hard drive disks designed for intelligent network video recorders with 'AI capabilities'.
QNAP has launched TS-453BT3 Thunderbolt 3 NAS
QNAP has expanded its popular Thunderbolt NAS lineup with TS-453BT3, a new model designed to meet the storage needs of media creators and creative professionals.
New Enterprise 2.5-Inch 6Gb SATA SSD by Curvature
Curvature offers enterprise-class SATA 6Gb/s SSDs that are fully compatible with all the major manufacturer server vendors.
RAID Level 5 data redundancy: theory and reality
In theory, RAID 5 protects your data. In reality, RAID 5 is often a painful failure. Actual rates of double-disk failures are 2 to 1500 times higher than MTTDL predicts.
How reliable your newest big hard drive is?
"Cheap and Deep" is the mantra that calms the nerves of those trying to accommodate an era of surging data and dwindling budgets.
Why your hard drive cannot read or write
Our customers typically worry most about a disk drive's "click of death," but the fact is that unrecoverable read errors are much more common.
How to choose a data recovery company
The data recovery industry grows every day and every company that opens up markets itself as an expert. Of course, all of these companies are not equal.
Data Recovery Services: Be wary of cheap prices
Proper hard drive recovery can require manipulation of data at the sector level, transplantation of internal components and various other procedures.
How reliable your storage array is?
One of the issue particularly concerning with ultra-large hard drives is something called an unrecoverable bit error (UBE). Although rarely discussed with potential customers and definitely a topic "down in the weeds" UBE is a problem anyone working with ultra-large hard drives and RAID sets will eventually have to deal with.
Properly Rebuilding RAID 5 Arrays & Saving Your Data
Your data is valuable. You know that. You also know that data is fragile. It can be accidentally deleted or corrupted. It can be destroyed in a disaster, or an accident, or the hardware it is stored on can malfunction leaving it inaccessible.
What kills your Flash Drive and how you can avoid it
Like all forms of digital storage, the media can become corrupt and you can lose valuable information
Very often, when it comes to data migration, people think of humongous servers and big companies
Nevertheless, an average data storage device owner bothers him/herself with mentioned procedure at least once in two-three years.