Lets's Talk Computers - Seagate  July 9, 2005
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Interview on July 9, 2005
SATA     Guest: Joni Clark
Seagate (NYE : STX) is the worldwide leader in the design, manufacturing and marketing of hard disc drives, providing products for a wide-range of Enterprise, Desktop, Mobile Computing, and Consumer Electronics applications.

Seagate's position as the world's largest manufacturer of disc drives places it at the heart of today's information-centric world. SATA Marketing Manager Joni Clark discusses Seagate's Serial ATA drives. SATA is one of the most significant steps in disc interfaces since the development of SCSI. It allows for low cost serial interfaces for applications from desktop to server, and has brought ATA drives to the enterprise for the first time in such applications as Near Line Storage and Back-up.
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