HGST is due to show off a range of SSDs with SAS-12Gb/s high-speed interfaces.
Seagate has announced plans to launch a HAMR-based hard drive with double the storage capacity of PMR-based models.
Hitachi has announced an ultra-slim 500GB hard drive destined for Ultrabooks: the TravelStar Z7K.
Coughlin Associates has released a report claiming hard drive prices will remain elevated until at least 2014.
IBM's Almaden research arm has revealed a magnetic storage system just twelve atoms wide.
Samsung is reportedly looking to sell its hard drive business to Seagate.
The journal Science has calculated the total amount of data stored by 2007.
Toshiba has announced a breakthrough that could lead to a five-fold boost to storage density.
Samsung has announced its latest EcoGreen hard drive, which features three 667GB platters.
Toshiba says it's now sampling the world's first 32nm NAND flash memory, which will lead to higher density USB drives.
A new technology developed by researchers in the field of nanotechnology holds the promise of storage densities fifteen times higher than currently possible.
CES 2009: Seagate has released its two-platter Barracuda 7200.12 1TB hard drive, pushing platter densities to a massive 500GB.
15,000rpm. 300GB. 125 megabytes per second. Sustained. These are the vital statistics of Seagate's new Cheetah 15K.5 drive, the first 3.5-inch drive employing Perpendicular Recording.