Seagate invests $300 million in nano technology

Posted on Thursday, December 15 2005 @ 18:30 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Seagate announced it will invest more than $300 million at its two manufacturing fabs in Northern Ireland over the next four years.
Seagate's Londonderry plant will become the company's main manufacturing facility and a development site for hard drives. The company said it will extensively invest in nanotechnology, including new cleanrooms, at the nanotech research and manufacturing facility.

The second Seagate plant in Northern Ireland, at Limavady, will produce a wider range of aluminium substrates for integration into Seagate's hard drive products for desktop computers and business servers.
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