Seagate sees big drive capacity jump coming
.....Seagate expects 2011 to be a year of meaningful capacity increase transitions across its product line with a step up in areal density with sixth generation perpendicular magnetic recording (PMR). It's saying there could be/will be a desktop hard disk drive (3.5-inch) transition this quarter and a notebook one (2.5-inch) around the middle of the year.
Seagate thinks it is three months ahead of competitors in the desktop HDD space and up to nine months ahead in the enterprise product space.
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