This file includes the device drivers needed to run Seagate's SCSI Mini Cartridge tape drive under Windows NT 3.5.1. It supports drives...
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Seagate formally announced their new Kinetic disk drive, Ethernet-connected object storage for the cloud. While the technology is great, the market implications are greater. Here's why.
Arguing that cloud storage models as we know them are "broken," Seagate is plugging away at its Kinetic Open Storage platform with a new HDD option.
The Cupertino, Calif.-based company stepped up its datacenter game with enterprise-grade, scalable cloud service architecture.
Storage player Seagate posted earnings of $320 million, down from $348 million in the same period last year.
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.
This file contains the neccessary drivers for Seagate's SCSI Connor Tape drive to operate with Windows NT 3.5.1. It will work with...
Storage player Seagate saw average selling prices jump and that propelled earnings above expectations. Revenue was light in the fiscal third quarter.
Xyratex is the best storage company you've never heard of. The completion of their acquisition by Seagate signals a new emphasis on quality and a focus on the business market. Here's why.
This software package includes the drivers needed to run Seagate's ATAPI Tape device under Windows NT 3.5.1. It supports CTMA4000 and...
Seagate takes first steps towards a distributed hardware infrastructure with its Kinetic Open Storage Platform.
The South Korean giant is set to receive $1.5 billion after selling part of its stake back to storage developer Seagate.
Cloud-based storage might be more buzzworthy at the moment, but Seagate is still boasting about a major milestone for both itself and the hard drive industry.
Seagate said its motives behind joining OpenStack are "to help foster the growth of cloud storage solutions."
Seagate gets a board seat and Virident grabs access to the storage giant's channel. Seagate will offer Virident's flash-PCIe storage products.
Seagate has acquired a controlling interest in European rival LaCie, helping to further boost Seagate to the top of the global hard drive and storage market.
Seagate announced this morning that they are purchasing LaCie, the French consumer storage company, for $186 million. Should we worry?
Seagate is boasting that it has become the first hard drive producer to achieve a storage density of 1 terabyte per square inch.
Hitachi Global Storage Technologies has released a 2.5-inch drive for high-density servers that will compete with similar technology from Seagate.
Seagate has begun shipping the second generation of its Momentus XT solid-state hybrid drives, which it says are the fastest it has ever offered for personal computers.The first generation came out in May 2010, as part as a new wave of storage products that combine speedy solid-state drive (SSD) technology with lower-cost, traditional HDD drives.
The European Commission will examine the mergers of the HDD wings of Seagate and Samsung and the storage divisions of Western Digital and Hitachi to judge whether consolidation could damage competition in the storage sector
Seagate has announced a portable Wi-Fi-equipped hard drive, the GoFlex Satellite, which is designed to act as a wireless media hub for storage-limited tablets and smartphones. Officially unveiled today, the GoFlex Satellite won't be available at UK and European retail outlets until mid-August.
Seagate is reaching out to smartphone and tablet owners who might want to expand their portable multimedia storage space with the debut of the GoFlex Satellite.
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