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Thecus Enterprise NAS Compatible with Seagate 6 TB Drives

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    Thecus Technology Corporation, the creator in NAS and NVR storage, today announced compatibility between its enterprise solutions and Seagate's 6TB Enterprise Capacity 3.5 HDD (v4) - the world's fastest 6TB hard disk drive. By supporting the pinnacle in current drive technology, Thecus again establishes itself as trail blazer in the network attached storage industry.

    "Seagate has consistently been at the heart of drive innovation, and their recent entry into the 6TB market is further proof of just that. By taking proven technology and pushing it beyond traditional expectations, Thecus is also taking data professionals to new realms of capacity and performance." - Florence Shih, Chairperson at Thecus Technology Corp.

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    Boasting industry-leading performance and enterprise-level reliability, Seagate's supersized storage solution has been specially designed to meet the explosive growth of corporate and cloud-based data centers. With storage service providers and companies across the board looking for innovative ways to store more within existing footprints while also attempting to lower operational costs, Seagate's latest innovation is ready to offer the fastest 6TB enterprise capacity drives based on a proven 8th generation platform.

    "Featuring the fastest performance available for a 6TB nearline HDD, 50 percent greater storage density, and optimized performance for 24x7 nearline workloads, Seagate's 6TB Enterprise Capacity 3.5 HDD v4 is the perfect HDD storage companion for a Thecus enterprise NAS solution when meeting the growing demands of the modern data center. " - Scott Horn, Seagate Vice President of Marketing.
     

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