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Seagate Goes Super Thin and Solid State

Dec 09, 2009, 07:32 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Andy Patrizio)

"Seagate has been cautious about entering the market, giving it time for the flaws in the technology to get shaken out before going forward with its Pulsar line of SSD drives for mid-range enterprise servers.

"The Pulsar will be targeted at mostly blade and rack-mounted servers in non-mission critical environments but eventually Seagate plans to move up into those areas in the future, according to Richard Vignes, senior product line manager for Seagate.

""We absolutely see there is a fit for SSDs in the enterprise marketplace. They will be used in I/O intensive workloads. That's where the best fit will be and we see the use case long-term," he told InternetNews.com."

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