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GUEST INTERVIEW: Hyperscalers is the Australian next-gen open-OEM solving IT's complexity, eliminating proprietary hardware and software vendor lock-ins, delivering better technologies at competitive pricing. Doing it all from Canberra to Australian and global customers since 2014, in what is an inspiring and true success story its customers love.

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GUEST INTERVIEW: Hyperscalers is the Australian next-gen open-OEM solving IT's complexity, eliminating proprietary hardware and software vendor lock-ins, delivering better technologies at competitive pricing. Doing it all from Canberra to Australian and global customers since 2014, in what is an inspiring and true success story its customers love.

Published in Hardware

SPONSORED REVIEW: External hard drives are evolving to be faster, safer and more reliable. Nevertheless, they are not advanced enough to be shielded from events that cause data loss on the external hard drives.

SPONSORED REVIEW: External hard drives are evolving to be faster, safer and more reliable. Nevertheless, they are not advanced enough to be shielded from events that cause data loss on the external hard drives.

Published in Business Software

Memory and SSD storage maker Crucial has crucially revealed detail on why hard disk drives fail when SSDs don't, and if you thought its because there's no moving parts in an SSD, you'd be right

Published in Home Tech

Capitalising on the royal colour purple is Western Digital, whose new Purple MicroSD card is "purpose-built" for surveillance-class, "trusted, 24/7, next-gen video capture".

Demonstrating its advanced technologies at the OCP Summit 2018 to support "accelerated hyperscale demand and data growth", Seagate's 14TB drive is its biggest yet.

Seagate has promised to deliver the "highest capacity, reliability and performance available on the market" with new 12TB drive for NAS and desktop computing.

Tuesday, 22 August 2017 00:52

Review – Seagate IronWolf Pro 10Tb

The perfect NAS drive has arrived. Reliability, speed, and capacity are all combined in Seagate's IronWolf Pro.

Wednesday, 26 October 2016 10:04

15K – that’s a fast hard disk

It seems spinning hard disk drives are alive and well with Seagate upping the ante with a new 15,000 RPM, 2.5” form factor hard disk aimed at mission-critical enterprise use.

Monday, 24 October 2016 14:01

How will history regard hard disk storage?

There is a lot of activity in the flash NAND camp (SSD) at present, all predicting the imminent demise of spinning hard disks (HDD) as storage mechanisms.

Friday, 14 October 2016 13:17

Seagate 2TB and 5TB 2.5” mobile disks

Seagate has upped the ante on mobile 2.5” hard disk capacity, offering a new 2TB FireCuda hybrid Flash/HDD (SSHD) and a 5TB BarraCuda HDD.

Published in Home Tech
Tuesday, 30 August 2016 12:02

SSD to eclipse HDD within two years: claim

Don’t tell Seagate or Western Digital but solid state storage (SSD) will eclipse spinning disks (HDD) within two years. Well, they probably know that and are already anticipating the curve.

Panasonic has launched ‘an optical disk-based data archival solution which extends the lifespan of stored data by up to 40 years’, dramatically lowering costs.

Thursday, 22 October 2015 02:40

Western Digital to buy SanDisk for US $19 Billion

Is WhatsApp really worth as much as SanDisk? Facebook eventually paid even more, but with Western Digital buying SanDisk for $19 billion, the combined companies' future looks to being a brightly solid state.

Published in Deals
Friday, 04 September 2015 08:59

SSD price plunge - cheaper chips

The spot price of 128GB SSD (solid state drives including storage and a controller) has plunged to US$50 and there is every indication that it will go lower.

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Worldwide PC shipments are on track to hit 368 million units this year - a weak result for the year according to one analyst firm - but with the market picking up in 2013 when 400 million units are forecast to be shipped. In Australia, PC shipments are forecast to decline two percent in 2012 over 2011, and desktop PCs will drop 12 percent, while notebook shipment growth is forecast at just two percent.

Published in Market
Tuesday, 21 February 2012 00:01

Indian personal PC sales plummet in quarter

Personal computer sales in the Indian market declined significantly in the last quarter of 2011 on the back of supply shortages and price inflation hitting hard disk drives, according to a newly published analyst report.

Published in Market

Worldwide shipments of PCs dropped towards the end of last year as consumer demand slowed. Ultrabooks, introduced to the market in the holiday season, didn't attract consumers, and the overall decline in PC shipments for the fourth quarter of 2011 was 1.4 percent.

Published in Market
Tuesday, 11 October 2011 06:28

Bring USB 3.0 Performance to your existing HDD

Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of Flash storage solutions and DRAM memory modules, today announced the USB 3.0 Storage POD enclosure, a hard drive enclosure that converts almost any 2.5" HDD into a USB 3.0 external hard disk.

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