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June 30, 2003 New Intel Server Processors Strengthen High-End Line-Up
Hitachi Global Storage Technologies announced a new ATA/Serial ATA desktop hard drive that extends the company’s long-standing tradition of performance leadership. The 3.5-inch Hitachi Deskstar 7K250 uses 80+ GB per platter technology to deliver up to one-quarter terabyte (250GB) of storage capacity.
ASBIS, one of the largest suppliers of computer components in the emerging markets of Europe, the Middle East and North Africa, and Toshiba Europe Storage Device Division, a leading manufacturer of optical disk drives and hard disk drives, today announced an agreement to distribute Toshiba’s entire portfolio of storage products across Eastern Europe.
June 17, 2003 Seagate ATA SUPER price. Try to find better conditions for Seagate entry-level HDD in the market!
Not 20 GB, but 30 GB! Not 5400rpm, but 7200rpm! ...And SUPER attractive price! ...for the Seagate Barracuda ATA V. The Barracuda ATA V, the world’s toughest and quietest high-performance desktop drive, offers entry-level users the best combination of reliability, acoustics and performance. The 7,200-RPM drive features 30Gbytes of capacity, a tough nonoperating shock specification of 350 Gs, the world’s best acoustics (2.5 to <2.5 bels idle).
June 16, 2003 Seagate Enters Notebook Hard Drive Market
Seagate has entered the notebook hard drive market with volume shipments of its new Momentus product. Momentus is the industry's first notebook hard drive to combine a high-performance 5,400-rpm spindle speed with the low battery-consumption of a traditional 4200-rpm notebook hard drive, so customers no longer have to choose between performance and mobility.
Certance announced the immediate availability of its DAT 72 tape drives and TapeStor DAT 72 bundled solutions. Delivering on Certance’s commitment to the more than six million users worldwide who rely on DDS technology to solve their data storage challenges, DAT 72 solutions offer the highest capacity and performance of any DDS technology solution on the market.
June 04, 2003 The New DVD Generation: Dual DVD Burner from TEAC
The Dual DVD Burner will be launched on the market in June. DVD burning on the PC will be even quicker and more flexible than ever. The new TEAC drive now enables 4x writing speed for DVD+-R, 2x for DVD-RW and 2.4x with DVD+RW. The high-speed burner records CD-Rs with 16x speed and CD-RWs with an incredible 10x speed.
Reflecting the growing momentum within the telecommunications industry for standards-based modular communications building blocks, Intel announced it is working with Alcatel, HP and others in the industry to deliver modular communications solutions. These solutions are based on industry standards including Advanced Telecom Computing Architecture (AdvancedTCA) and Rack Mount Servers (RMS) as well as Intel processors.
Adaptec, Inc. announced the availability of VideOh! DVD Media Center, a comprehensive solution that enables consumers to convert their existing home PC into a media center. With Adaptec VideOh! DVD Media Center, home-PC users can easily create, control, store and enjoy digital content, including TV shows, home movies and photos.
QLogic Corp. announced that several companies - including Agilent Technologies Inc., FalconStor Software, Fujitsu, JNI and Seagate - have joined QLogic in its commitment to develop 10Gb and 4Gb products for SAN customers, following the Fibre Channel Industry Association's (FCIA) vote to extend 4Gb Fibre Channel from an "inside the box" storage device interconnect into switched SAN fabrics.
June 03, 2003 Special discount for Seagate® Barracuda® SATA hard drive purchased TOGETHER with a qualifying Intel® Desktop Board in the Same invoice.
June 02, 2003 Intel Delivers Performance And Security Enhancements For Intel® Centrino™ Mobile Technology