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Seagate SSDs may be delayed to 2011

Posted on Monday, July 06 2009 @ 20:48:50 CEST by

Looks like solid state disks from Seagate won't arrive anytime soon, according to an analyst it will be mid-2011 at the earliest until Seagate will offer SSDs for enterprises:
The timescale comes as a result of comments from Pacific Crest Securities' Kevin Vassily, with the investment banker being quoted by The Register as saying in a briefing note regarding rival STEC that “we [have] heard that Seagate had another setback in its efforts to design an enterprise storage [solid state] drive to compete with [STEC's] ZeusIOPS.”

Vassily goes on to blame partner company LSI, with Seagate being forced to “turn to a start-up company to find a potential solution” to an issue LSI has been unable to resolve. Whatever the problem may be, Vassily believes it will be “mid-2011 [at] the earliest that any competing product [from Seagate] will be likely to ship in any volume.”
Source: Bit Tech



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