Seagate Promises 2TB Drives and Solid State Drives in 2009
Seagate Technology, the world’s top supplier of hard disk drives (HDDs), has promised to release a 2TB (2000GB) hard drive sometime in 2009. In addition, next year the company will release solid state drives (SSDs) for enterprise customers who can pay extra cost per Gigabyte, but need to lower power consumption of servers and decrease cost of ownership.
William Watkins, chief executive officer at Seagate, said in an interview with IDG News Service that 2TB hard drives from the world’s largest maker will be available in 2009, but remained tight-lipped about the details and technical specifications of the forthcoming products, which is understandable.
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