Optimised for DVRs and NVRs, SkyHawk surveillance drives are tuned for 24×7 workloads in capacities up to 10 TB. Equipped with enhanced ImagePerfect firmware, SkyHawk helps to minimise dropped frames and downtime with a workload rating 3x that of a desktop drive and IS ready to record up to 90% of the time while supporting up to 64 HD cameras.
SkyHawk Is Smart
The innovative ImagePerfect firmware enables smooth, clear video streaming for always-on, 24/7 surveillance environments — helping to ensure your business can always have a formidable layer of protection.
Give yourself the ultimate peace of mind with SkyHawk surveillance drives and never miss a frame, even in harsh environments. SkyHawk’s extreme workload rating, low power consumption and NVR ready design can improve long-term drive reliability. SkyHawk can also reliably perform in operating temperatures — from 0°C to 70°C — while tarnish-resistant components offer further protection out in the field.
Soar Higher and Longer
SkyHawk is built to scale with your needs and reliably performs in multi-drive systems. Multi-drive surveillance systems can rely on the SkyHawk’s RAID-optimised hardware, keeping drives and systems in the field longer.
Stay Secure and Be Prepared
Be prepared for the unthinkable with a 3-year Seagate +Rescue Data Recovery Service plan. Under the protective wing of SkyHawk, vandalism, viruses and accidents are no longer the end of the world.
Seagate technology PLC is a public limited company which is specialises in computer storage equipment. The company was founded in 1979 by Alan Shugart, Tom Mitchell, Doug Mahon, Finis Conner and Syed Iftikar. Their operational headquarters is located in Cupertino California, United states.
The products they distribute go worldwide. These products are hard disk drives, hybrid drive and solid state drives. In the fiscal year 2016, Seagate recorded a revenue of US $11.16 billion, an operating income of US $0.445 billion, a net income of US $0.248 billion, total assets US $82.52 billion and a total equity of US $1.593 billion. They have a subsidiary company, LaCie and in 2016 had 45,487 employees. In the year 2007, Seagate created the hybrid drive concept.