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WD BLUE 3TB 15MM 6G SATA 5.4K HDD
WD30NPRZ
WD BLUE 3TB 15MM 6G SATA 5.4K HDD
£145.00 excl VAT
SEAGATE 4TB 6G SATA 5.4K 15MM AF HDD
ST4000LM016
SEAGATE 4TB 6G SATA 5.4K 15MM AF HDD
£150.00 excl VAT
IBM 2.5IN SATA300 320GB 7200RPM HDD
45N7021
IBM 2.5IN SATA300 320GB 7200RPM HDD
£32.50 excl VAT
HITACHI 160GB 3G SATA 5.4K 9.5MM HDD
0A74991
HITACHI 160GB 3G SATA 5.4K 9.5MM HDD
£10.00 excl VAT
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In the news
Hard drives are not finished just yet!
Posted by: Ross
19-10-17

Breathing New Life Into Spinning Disks While Laying Future For Flash Storage

For all the talk about the growing strength of the flash storage market compared with the market for spinning disks, Western Digital makes a strong case for continued investment in hard drives, with a focus on large-capacity, slower enterprise-class drives where the company expects that a cost-per-terabyte of about one-tenth that of flash will keep those drives spinning into the far future.


WD Introduces this monster storage system
Posted by: Ross
23-08-17

FANS OF really, really big hard drives, take a gander at this: a new up to 20TB desktop hard drive from Western Digital. The MyBook Duo offers a RAID-configured monolith of black storage loveliness on your desktop, ideal for those big data users like RAW format photographers. WD emphasises both the home and small business user can benefit from it.


Hackers caught
Posted by: Ross
19-07-17
Two Iranian nationals have been charged by the US government for hacking a US defense technology maker in a bid to steal and sell software used in ammunition design.
 
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