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November 13, 2004
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November 13, 2004
SCSI Hard Drives
Maxtor Corporation (NYSE: MXO) is a worldwide leader in hard disk drives and consumer storage products. Maxtor, http://www.maxtor.com, offers one of the most expansive lines of storage products for users ranging from the consumer level to the enterprise level.
Enterprise Product Marketing Manager Jorge Fernandez discusses Maxtor's Atlas 10K and Atlas 15K lines of high-performance SCSI drives. The fifth-generation Atlas 10K V drive has the industry's highest 10K RPM SCSI performance with seek times as fast as 4.0ms, a maximum sustained data rate up to 89MB/sec and capacity up to 300GB providing exceptional performance and value for servers, workstations, and storage subsystems. The Atlas 15K II drive has capacities up to 147 GB with seek times as fast as 3.0ms and data transfer rates up to 98MB/sec.
MaxtorNovember 13, 2004 interview
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