- News tagged "hard disk drives"
Friday, 16 Jan 2015
Toshiba has just announced that it will begin shipping 3TB 2.5-inch hard disk drives this May. This will be the industry's largest capacity drive for the 2.5-inch form factor.
Wednesday, 10 Sep 2014
HGST has just announced its 10TB, 3.5-inch hard disk drive. Though the drive isn’t ready for mass shipment yet, the Western Digital company managed to beat Seagate at its own game. Read on for more details!
Tuesday, 24 Dec 2013
Western Digital is halting production of its hard drives with PATA interface from 29 December. Read on for more details.
Wednesday, 6 Nov 2013
HGST, a company of Western Digital, has begun shipping its helium-filled 6TB hard disk drives. First announced in September 2012, the Ultrastar He6 also features the company's 7Stac disk design, enabling it to fit 7 drive platters for a total capacity of 6 terabytes (TB).
Wednesday, 21 Nov 2012
Western Digital has just announced the availability of their WD Black 4TB 3.5-inch, 7,200rpm hard disk drives. The company also touts the new features of the drive like its dual-processor, dual-actuator technologies and these drive are covered with a five-year limited warranty.
Wednesday, 17 Oct 2012
Seagate announces three new enterprise-class HDDs aimed at optimizing traditional data centers as well as emerging cloud infrastructures. The three models are the Enterprise Value, Enterprise Capacity, and Enterprise Performance.
Friday, 14 Sep 2012
Hitachi GST has announced its new helium-filled hard disk drive platform. This radical technology is touted to reduce power consumption by around 23 percent and in turn helps to lower overall operating temperatures by up to four degree Celsius. The company plans to ship such HDDs by 2013.
Thursday, 15 Dec 2011
Hitachi GST has launched two products based on its new 4TB HDDs early this week. The Deskstar 5K4000 is a 3.5-inch HDD targeted at consumer PCs while its Touro Desk external drive, with the new 4TB capacity, houses the Deskstar 5K4000.
Friday, 11 Nov 2011
Thailand's flood crisis may be slowing down, but the tech industry may take a year or more to recover from its devastating effects. The most obvious problem now is that hard disk prices are shooting up dramatically.
Tuesday, 18 Oct 2011
Using electron beam lithography and common everyday table salt, researchers at Singapore's Institute of Materials Research and Engineering have increased the density of hard disks by a factor of six.