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Seagate to use 'perpendicular' technology for hard drives
Contributed by: SHA, at 4/14/2005 07:49:00 PM.

Seagate Technology LLC is developing a perpendicular recording technology for hard disk drives and intends to be one of the first companies to use it in its products, the company said today.
The announcement makes Seagate the third major storage device vendor to announce plans to sell products using the technology, which is a storage method that promises to significantly boost the capacity of hard drives.
Drives store data in magnetically charged bits. In today's commercially available drives, the bits lay flat on the disk surface. With perpendicular drives, the bits stand upright. Because they take up less space, more room is available on the disk. Drives using the new technology should be about the same weight and able to record and access data at about the same speeds as conventional drives.


Source : ComputerWorld


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