Toshiba launches HDDs for surveillance applications
Posted on 14 May 2014.
Toshiba launched the MD03ACA-V series, high-capacity hard disk drives for surveillance applications. Toshiba’s purpose-built line of 3.5-inch HDDs are available in capacities up to 4 TB.


The 6Gbit/s SATA drives spin at 7,200rpm and support the industry-standard 512B sector lengths with rotational vibration (RV) compensation to keep performance under multiple HDD configuration, making the MD03ACA-V series suited for customers looking for 24/7 video surveillance storage. Mass production shipment in the Japanese market starts from this month.

The robust design of the MD03ACA-V series provides storage to various video recorders, including surveillance digital video recorders (SDVR), surveillance network video recorders (SNVR) and Hybrid SDVR, delivering 24/7 operation with a mean time to failure (MTTF) of 1 million hours.

With up to 4TB of storage, Toshiba’s MD03ACA-V enables support for higher resolution data streams, addresses the need for longer surveillance video retention periods, multi-streaming capabilities, wider temperature resistance and uninterrupted write applications.





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