Seagate finally dives into SSD storage-disk market

12/9/2009 | Wall Street Journal, The

Seagate, the top computer disk-drive maker, has debuted its Pulsar solid-state drive as its formal entry into the enterprise flash-memory storage market. The drive, which stores 200 gigabytes of data, is viewed as a replacement for 2.5-inch disk drives. Seagate Executive Vice President Dave Mosley said the company views the product category "as enabling expansion of the overall storage market."

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