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Seagate Announces Shipment Of 10 Millionth Hybrid SSHD

Seagate Technology PLC, a leading producer of storage devices, is announcing that it has achieved the major milestone of shipping their 10 millionth solid-state hybrid hard drive (SSHD). Seagate was an original pioneer of hybrid drive technology, and produced the world’s first SSHD. Seagate’s demand for the SSHD has risen significantly over the last two years, as it offers the …

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Seagate Makes Strategic Investment In eASIC To Further Joint Development Of Seagate SSDs

eASIC. a leading developer of new ASIC (Application-Specific Integrated Circuit) devices, has announced that Seagate Technology has made an equity investment in their operations.  It is anticipated that this will enhance opportunities for the two companies to jointly develop customized solid-state drives (SSDs) to add to Seagate’s portfolio. The ongoing rapid evolution of Flash memory from 2-bits-per-cell (MLC) (1Xnm architecture) …

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Toshiba Announces Next Generation Solid State Hybrid Drives

Toshiba Electronics Europe is announcing the launch of their next generation of solid state hybrid drive (SSHD) that combines the large capacities of an HDD with the speed increases of an SSD.  The new versions merge 8GB of NAND flash memory with up to 500GB of HDD rotating disc storage in a 2.5″ X 7mm form factor.  These lower profile …

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WD And SanDisk Collaborate To Produce 2.5″ SSD / HDD Hybrid Drive

WD, a Western Digital company, and SanDisk Corporation, a world leader in flash memory products, are announcing that the two companies have collaborated to bring to market SSD / HDD hybrid storage drives. These hybrid drives will combine best-in-class flash memory technology from SanDisk with best-in-class hard drive technology from WD. This powerful combination will greatly improve PC user experiences …

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Seagate Demonstrates 12Gb/s SAS SSD and Promises More On the Way- ceBIT Germany 2013 Update

You know a company is considered established when change is made and talked about worldwide.  Such is the case with recent news that Seagate is dropping its 7200RPM line and rumors grow rampid.  Of interest to us is Seagate’s stance on SSD development and we couldn’t count the discussions and emails we have received regarding rumored purchases or beliefs that …

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