Seagate’s top execs on “to Flash or not to Flash”

September 5th, 2007 |
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Seagate‘s a hard drive company, right? So we wondered if they have anything to say about Flash-based memories? You know, memory that doesn’t require a hard drive? Turns out they do. Here’s Seagate’s CEO, Bill Watkins, along with Mike Wingert, executive vice president and general manager for Seagate’s personal compute products and Paul Kusbel, senior director of electrical systems integration at Seagate talking about Seagate’s view of where the storage business is going.

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