3/31/2009

Western Digital paid $65 million for solid-state drive maker SiliconSystems, marking Western Digital's entry into the solid-state drive sector. "SiliconSystems' intellectual property and technical expertise will significantly accelerate WD's solid-state drive development programs for the netbook, client and enterprise markets, providing greater choice for our customers to satisfy all their storage requirements," said Western Digital CEO John Coyne.

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