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Monthly Archives: October 2011

What storage topic is on your mind? Let’s make it “Your Storage Blog” and win a Seagate drive!

We’ve blogged about storage trends and provided updates on storage technology and products. We’ve offered tech tips as well as shared insight into Seagate’s business. Now we’re interested in hearing from you. Next week we’ll begin a blog for Bright Side of News and we want this to be reflective of ideas coming from you. [...]

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Official Rules for “Your Storage Blog Contest”

Your Storage Blog Contest Official Rules NO PURCHASE IS NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. The Your Storage Blog Contest (the “Contest”) starts on November 1, 2011 at 9:00 a.m. Pacific Time (“PT”) and ends on January 31, 2012 at 5:00 p.m. PT (“Contest Period”). The Contest Period will be divided into three (3) monthly entry [...]

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Savvio 10K.5 shows 2.5-inch form factor benefits and earns RealWorld Labs award

RealWorld Labs spent time with the latest Savvio 10K.5 900GB enterprise drive and compared it against a 10K-rpm Toshiba model. The Savvio 10K.5 is built on a 2.5-inch enterprise form factor standard, which is designed to maximize performance density in data center racks while at the same time reducing overall power consumption compared to 3.5-inch [...]

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Live Event! Enterprise vs. Client SSDs: What’s the Difference and Why Should You Care?

The topic has been blogged about here previously, but now’s your chance to take part in a live ChannelCast webinar, listen to the experts, and ask questions. SSDs are fast, but not all of them are created equally. Choosing the right SSD and using it properly in servers and storage systems can increase application performance [...]

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How flash memory is strengthening the market for hard disk drives

You’ve probably heard or read about marketers and vendors who have predicted the demise of hard disk drives (HDDs). Here’s something that digs into the story and reveals exactly why that’s not going to happen. The Wall Street Journal’s AllThingsD site recently published an article about how tablets – which use flash memory for storage [...]

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Steve Jobs eliminated the words, “Delayed Gratification”

Guest post by Joni Clark, Seagate senior marketing manager. We are all aware of how Steve Jobs (and his innovative Apple team) changed our computing lifestyles, but what we may not fully appreciate is how well Steve and Apple also challenged their eco-system of suppliers to innovate and design technology that reaches beyond the norm. [...]

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How a Seagate hard drive can help give you a two-week vacation

I was chatting with Seagate’s Momentus XT product marketing manager Joni Clark the other day when I asked her, “So what’s the average difference in bootup time between a standard laptop drive and the current Momentus XT?” “Standard 5,400 rpm will do it in 80 seconds while Momentus XT averages about 40 seconds,” she said. [...]

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