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Ciprico Uses 180 GB Drives in 1.4 Terabyte Disk Arrays

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Network storage vendor Ciprico Inc. announced today that it is using Seagate 180 Gigabyte disk drives as part of its commercial 7000 series of disk arrays.

According to Ciprico, the move will increase the total storage capacity on these disk arrays to 1.4 terabytes per unit, allowing uncompressed video to be retrieved or stored at real-time rates. Ciprico also said that its 7000 series disk arrays can deliver dozens of streams of compressed video without interruption.

The Ciprico 7000 disk arrays with the 180 gigabyte Seagate hard drives are currently available.

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