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Seagate Hits Areal Density High With 1TB Platters

Stoobalou (1774024) writes | more than 3 years ago

Data Storage 0

Stoobalou (1774024) writes "Seagate has mometarily lept ahead in the race for ever-larger storage devices, creating a hard drive capable of storing 1TB per platter, for a total of 3TB in a standard-size 3.5-inch drive.

The new high-capacity 1TB platters, which represent a market-leading areal density of 625GB/inch, will make their first appearance in a GoFlex Desk external drive holding a total of 3TB. This is to be followed later in the year by a 3.5-inch desktop drive in the company's Barracuda range."

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