Seagate has big plans for the future

Subject: Storage | January 31, 2006 - 01:33 PM |

Hardware Zone sits down with Seagate to get the scoop on their plans for 2006.  They are planning everything from smaller, more dense storage to shock resistant, incredibly robust hard drives made to work in cars.

"Hardware Zone had the golden opportunity to chat with James M. Chirico, Jr., the Senior VP of

Global Operations at Seagate. We discussed the future of hard drives and talked about Seagate's

plans to dominate more than 97% of the storage market space."

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