How fast is the Seagate NAS HDD?
Fine-tuning the needs of small NAS systems, Seagate® NAS HDDs provide the best-performing, highest-capacity storage for 1- to 5-bay NAS systems. The NAS HDD has been compatibility tested with the industry’s top NAS solution providers.
Built and tested to provide industry-leading performance for 24×7 NAS applications
Seagate NASWorks™ improves drive reliability with custom-built error recovery controls, power settings and vibration tolerance
Enables the highest capacities for 1- to 5-bay systems—up to 4TB per drive or 20TB in a 5-bay NAS
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Industry-Leading HDD Performance
Built and tested to provide industry-leading performance, Seagate NAS HDDs quickly and reliably support home and business applications. With support for multiple HD video streams and user profiles in a multi-drive environment, these NAS drives provide the performance demanded by NAS solutions and incorporates Seagate® NASWorksTM software to reduce common issues.
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NASWorks: Improving Drive Reliabiltiy and Performance
NASWorks improves the reliability of NAS HDD by fine-tuning drive features to be more compatible in NAS systems with:
Extended error recovery controls help to ensure drives comply with NAS system requirements for better data integrity
Specifically designed to minimise vibration effects typically found in multi-drive solutions, improving reliability
Advanced power profiles tailor low power options for always-on NAS applications
Highest-Capacity NAS HDD
With a 30% capacity improvement over competitive offerings and excellent cost-per-terabyte, choose between 2, 3, 4 and 6TB—for up to 30TB of capacity— in 5-bay NAS solutions. A single 4TB drive translates to: over 1 million photos, 180 days of music, 1,000 hours of DVD video, OR enough space to support the CAD files, images and databases needed by small businesses.
NAS Drive Compatibility for Easy System Integration
To ensure simple, painless integration with NAS systems, Seagate has completed compatibility testing with a number of today’s NAS solution providers.