HGST contributes its bit to lower the price of ultrabooks
Lenny Sharp, Director of Product Marketing for Hitachi Global Storage Technologies (HGST), besides having a name very inconsistent for the company you work for, now makes news for revealing his company’s view regarding the category of storage devices massive computers, specifically ultrabooks, running ahead what the future of that.
It happens that HGST, now owned by Western Digital, is aware of the problem have ultrabook with its high price , and in addition to the efforts of intel on the hard drive manufacturer thinks that hybrid devices will be the solution, ie those mixed storage devices via a flash memory hard drive and less ability to upload files from frequent use.
And is that in today’s market there are these kinds of alternatives implemented in some computers, however, the assemblers have massively adopted the solution proposed HGST, which probably has a catalog of products with this category ready for sale.
Link: HGST Ultrabook Popularity Ties to Mixed Storage (Softpedia)Tags: Hard Drives, HGST, intel, sd, solid state drive, Storage, ultrabook, Ultrabooks, WD, Western Digital