Hitachi unveils future of mobile HDDs

Posted on Monday, Nov 06 2006 @ 09:13 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Hitachi talked a bit about the future of mobile HDDs:
Hitachi Global Storage Technologies, a leading maker of hard disk drives (HDDs), on Thursday revealed details concerning its next-generation hard drives for mobile computers that will support flash caches as well as on-the-fly data encryption.

“The Travelstar products we have planned for 2007 give insight to what Hitachi believes are important to end-users in a mobile storage product: ample capacity for video and other rich content, superior performance and reliability, and greater confidence in the safety of their data as users are increasingly on the move,” said Shinjiro Iwata, chief marketing officer, Hitachi Global Storage Technologies.
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