Hitachi Global Storage Technologies has released a 2.5-inch drive for high-density servers that will compete with similar technology from Seagate.
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Seagate launched its first solid state enterprise drive, part of a family of storage devices for blades and servers.
An issue is causing Seagate Sata drives in IBM's xSeries and BladeCenter servers to hang, making the servers practically unusable
Issue causes Seagate SATA drives in IBM's xSeries and BladeCenter servers to hang, making the servers practically unusable.
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The storage action has moved to the high street, but smart enterprises can benefit from this new industry focus
Keeping market forces at bay can be a drag, as the folks at Seagate have found out. Like other hard disk drive (HDD) manufacturers, Seagate continues to fight commoditization of its drives for desktops and servers, much due to excess capacity and falling prices.
Disk drive maker Seagate is out to shrink the storage industry: It wants to replace all drives used in today's servers with smaller units the same size as those found in notebooks.
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