Seagate plans to invest more in SSDs than any other company

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Seagate has announced that it will increase efforts to become a major player in the SSD market

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They need to invest more as they were really late to the party. LOL


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[QUOTE=alan1476;2695009]They need to invest more as they were really late to the party. LOL[/QUOTE]

Correct, and they can afford to do so, lets hope that this will have a positive impact on the consumer.


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[QUOTE=vroom;2695025]Correct, and they can afford to do so, lets hope that this will have a positive impact on the consumer.[/QUOTE]
They have a fantastic Enterprise SSD that uses the Lamd ( Link-a-media) controller, The Seagate 600 Pro 400 gb, it comes Over Provisioned by 22% from the factory, not sure but I think that makes it a 512gb with a section set aside for OP. After formatting the drive is 376gbs. Plenty for me and it can write up to a Petabyte of data with a 5 year warrantee. This a step below their " Pulsar" line of Enterprise SSDs but much cheaper MSRP. :wink: