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Seagate Powers New Windows Home Server With Cutting-Edge Storage

Category: OCC News, Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: November 5, 2007 01:46PM
Author: road-runner


Seagate - With the recent launch of Windows Home Server, and prebuilt Windows Home Servers hitting the markets from leading system builders the need for more storage capacity, performance and reliability, will increase. Seagate Technology proudly announced today that its leading-edge hard drives will power the new Windows Home Server. Seagate offers solutions for consumers to easily add storage capacity to Windows Home Server by installing 3.5" internal hard drives in the extra home server drive bays, by plugging in Seagate's FreeAgent, or the new Maxtor OneTouch, and four other external USB solutions for home server. Seagate's Barracuda DB35TM series offers whisper-quiet products designed for digital video recorders, and are available in all capacities of up to 1 terabyte (TB).

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