LSI’s Accelerated Solutions Division (ASD) and Flash Components Division (FCD) will give Seagate a larger footprint in enterprise flash and solid state storage controllers.
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Seagate gets a board seat and Virident grabs access to the storage giant's channel. Seagate will offer Virident's flash-PCIe storage products.
Toshiba and Western Digital (WD) will join Seagate in producing hybrid - NAND flash + disk - drives. No dates or prices, but this is good news for customers and the drive industry.
The new family of Ultrastar solid-state drives uses multi-level cell flash technology, which is effective at reading off large batches of data, as well as serial attached SCSI
Most tablets on the market today host solid state drives and flash memory. Seagate has introduced two new tablet computers with physical hard drives on board.
The deal sees Seagate gain Samsung's hard-disk drive division and a supply of Nand flash, while Samsung gets a say in the US company's business
But ready to embrace 2009 in a solid state
Chief executive Bill Watkins sees potential in flash memory and SSDs but says the economics do not yet add up
Hard drive maker sees flash-based drives only as "incremental" growth for both the industry and company, according to a Seagate executive.
Can "prior art" be too prior?Dramatic evidence of America's broken patent system surfaced in last week's lawsuit by Seagate against STEC, the innovative developer of high-performance flash drives.
Bill Watkins, CEO of hard-drive maker Seagate Technology, sits down with CNET News.com's Michael Kanellos to discuss the future of the drive industry, the current economy, and some of the changes he'd like to see coming with the 2008 election. The U.S. needs to give green cards to college graduates, he says, and flash won't take over the drive industry any day soon.
Seagate, Hitachi, Samsung, Fujitsu and Toshiba partner to promote combo of flash chips and magnetic platters. But where is Western Digital?
Seagate, Hitachi, Samsung, Fujitsu and Toshiba partner to promote hard drives containing flash chips and magnetic platters, but where is Western Digital?
Reports have emerged that only laptops equipped with hybrid flash memory drives will be compatible with Microsoft's upcoming mobile version of the Windows Vista operating system