Rick returns to the best stealth game in existence.
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Colluded between 1998 and 2012.
Highest areal density yet.
Still playing catch-up to HGST.
Beats Seagate to the punch.
Gets a cool $3.775 billion for it, too.
Likely to make your wallet weep.
Q2 launch to compete with WD.
Seagate doesn't fare so well.
Mass production by 2018 or bust.
Prototype system proves long-term archival potential.
Western Digital has been told to sell selected Hitachi assets to Toshiba by the US FTC.
Hitachi has announced an ultra-slim 500GB hard drive destined for Ultrabooks: the TravelStar Z7K.
Flooding in Thailand has led to hard disk manufacturers warning of supply disruption.
Millenniata and Hitachi-LG Data Storage to offer stone-like optical discs, which last forever
Samsung is reportedly looking to sell its hard drive business to Seagate.
Western Digital has announced plans to acquire Hitachi's hard disk division for $4.3 billion.
Hitachi, in conjunction with NEDO, has developed a technology for producing 24TB HDDs.
Hitachi has announced a trio of solid-state storage devices featuring ultra-fast performance.
A consortium of seven Japanese companies is working to create a home-grown CPU which will consume seventy percent less power than existing technologies.
The Japanese technology sector has been hit by massive losses reported by companies including Panasonic, HItachi, and Sanyo.
Hitachi GST and Intel have announced a partnership to develop high-performance SSDs for the enterprise market, with Serial Attached SCSI and Fibre Channel connectivity.
Apple's new NAS-cum-WAP Time Capsule has been dismantled by early adopters and it appears that the drive isn't as 'server-grade' as Apple claimed.
Sharp and Hitachi, who make the LCD screens for the Nintendo DS, have been accused of price fixing following office raids in Japan.
April 3 2020 | 14:09
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