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ST2000VX015 - Skyhawk - Seagate Surveillance Internal 3.5" SATA Drive - 2TB

SEAGATE SKU: ST2000VX015

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Includes:

Capacity
2TB

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Dimensions: H x W x D
20.20 mm/0.795 in x 101.85 mm/4.01 in x 146.99mm/5.787in


SkyHawk AI


Designed for AI video analytics, SkyHawk AI supports up to 64 HD cameras and 32 additional AI streams while offering capacities up to 20 TB. It delivers zero dropped frames with Image Perfect AI and has enterprise-class workload rates at 550 TB/yr for high reliability.

SkyHawk AI

SkyHawk


24×7 workloads can leverage up to 8 TB with drives designed for DVR and NVR systems. SkyHawk video drives are equipped with enhanced ImagePerfect™ and SkyHawk Health Management to help you sail through your toughest challenges.

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Drive Health and Data Recovery


When integrated into compatible NVR systems, these drives provide overall system reliability increases due to SkyHawk Health Management (SHM).1

In addition, the SkyHawk drives include a robust three-year Rescue Data Recovery Services plan.

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When data can no longer be accessed in its usual way, it’s time to bring in a recovery expert.

Data recovery is the process of salvaging data from corrupted or damaged storage media devices, such as HDDs, SSDs or flash drives. This corruption could stem from physical damage to the hardware itself or logical damage to the internal filing system. In all scenarios, the objective is the same — copy all files stored within the damaged device to a new, accessible device or restore the original device to working order.

The method by which data is recovered depends on several factors, including the age of the device, the sophistication of the hardware, and the extent of the storage device failure. If the damage is physical in nature, data recovery experts will attempt to repair the device by replacing affected hardware components. In the case of logical damage, specialized software that can clone raw data and copy it to a new device may be employed.

Data Recovery


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