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Seagate and LSI Corporation
Interview on February 19, 2011
NearLine SAS Solutions pt 2     Guest: Barbara Craig and Gina Geisel
Seagate (NASDAQ: STX) is the worldwide leader in hard drives and storage solutions. LSI Corporation (NYSE: LSI) is a leading provider of innovative silicon, systems and software technologies that enable products, which seamlessly bring people, information and digital content together.

Barbara Craig, Seagate Senior Product Marketing Manager, and Gina Geisel, Product Marketing Manager with LSI Engenio Storage Group, continues their discuss many of the benefits companies will receive by turning to Storage Systems deploying NearLine SAS drives for all of their Tier 2 and Archiving requirements.
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