Alfa Romeo F1 Team ORLEN claims to be tackling its digital storage challenges head on with Seagate Lyve Cloud, as the team announces a partnership with Seagate Technology. Seagate Lyve Cloud is the always-on mass capacity object storage platform designed to enable multicloud freedom at the metro edge.
With this, Seagate becomes the official Object Storage Service Partner of Alfa Romeo F1 Team ORLEN. As per the deal, Seagate Lyve Cloud will offer data privacy, no vendor lock-in, no API charges and no egress fees, allowing the team to retain full control of their data while lowering barriers for storing, moving and activating data at scale.
“Faced with the challenge of scaling their factory data beyond an on-premise storage appliance, Alfa Romeo F1 Team ORLEN have chosen to deploy Seagate Lyve Cloud and can now store, access and move their unstructured data easily at scale without having to worry about the unpredictable costs pertaining to data growth over the next few years,” said the company in a statement.
Seagate Lyve Cloud branding is visible on the team’s C42 cars’ headrests as the team’s drivers, Valtteri Bottas and Zhou Guanyu, race in the 2022 Formula One championship.