HD’s might not be SSD’s more reliable cousin
Some are more reliable than others
While most of the world only uses HDs for long term data storage tasks, some of them might not be fit for the purpose.
Size means everything when it comes to hard-drives
Study concludes that it is not just how you use it
A new report claims that when it comes to drive stability and avoiding failure -- the bigger the better.
Seagate expands Exos Mach.2 hard drive range
Higher capacity increased performance
Seagate has quietly expanded its family of dual-actuator Exos Mach.2 hard drives.
Seagate denies flogging hard drives to Huawei was wrong
We don't need no US permission
Seagate has denied allegations by the US Department of Commerce that it flouted export controls by illegally supplying storage devices to Huawei, saying that it did not need permission.
Disk drives to hit 30TB by end of next year
Platter maker thinks it can hit its target
The company which makes HD platters said that it expects to "realise near-line HDD having storage capacity of more than 30TB" by the end of 2023.
Seagate releases on 2nd generation HAMR drives
Its HAMR time
Seagate said that it is already working on 2nd generation HAMR drives with 30TB capacity.
Seagate rolls out FireCuda 530 PCIe 4.0 M.2 NVMe SSD at SG21
Phison controller and Micron's 3D TLC NAND
During SG1, Seagate has unveiled its latest flagship SSD, the FireCuda PCIe 4.0 M.2 NVMe SSD, reaching a sequential performance of up to 7,300/6,900 MB/s, thanks to Phison controller and 176L 3D TLC NAND.
Seagate brings Cyberpunk 2077-themed FireCuda 520 limited edition SSD
Only 2077 to be made
Seagate has launched the new Cyberpunk 2077-themed FireCuda 520 SSD, featuring PCIe 4.0 interface, a custom RGB Cyberpunk 2077 heatsink, and a 1TB capacity.
Dual-actuator hard drives become available
Mach 2 available for enterprises
Seagate's dual-actuator hard drive, the Mach.2, is now "available to select customers."
Expanding Xbox Series X/S storage will be costly
$220 for 1TB
It appears that expanding Xbox Series X/S will cost quite a penny and according to early listings, you'll have to pay $220 for 1TB of storage.