Seagate’s top execs on “to Flash or not to Flash”

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Seagate’s a hard drive company, right? So we wondered if they have anything to say about Flash-based memories? You know, memory that doesn’t require a hard drive? Turns out they do. Here’s Seagate’s CEO, Bill Watkins, along with Mike Wingert, executive vice president and general manager for Seagate’s personal compute products and Paul Kusbel, senior director of electrical systems integration at Seagate talking about Seagate’s view of where the storage business is going.

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6 Responses to “Seagate’s top execs on “to Flash or not to Flash””

  1. Seagate’s solid-state future « Scobleizer Says:

    […] But here we have two videos. One where execs show off the new products they just announced in New York. But the second one is interesting. I sit down with Seagate’s CEO and some of the top execs and we talk about what role solid-state memories will play in Seagate’s future business. Why does that matter? Because Seagate is largely a hard-drive company today. […]

  2. Seagate’s solid-state future | Just the top news Says:

    […] But here we have two videos. One where execs show off the new products they just announced in New York. But the second one is interesting. I sit down with Seagate’s CEO and some of the top execs and we talk about what role solid-state memories will play in Seagate’s future business. Why does that matter? Because Seagate is largely a hard-drive company today. […]

  3. Phillip Kerman Says:

    With all due respect, please consider a better microphone setup. I swear I couldn’t hear the questions you were asking. Otherwise–keep up the good work!

  4. Seagate’s solid-state future at aoortic! dot com Says:

    […] But here we have two videos. One where execs show off the new products they just announced in New York. But the second one is interesting. I sit down with Seagate’s CEO and some of the top execs and we talk about what role solid-state memories will play in Seagate’s future business. Why does that matter? Because Seagate is largely a hard-drive company today. […]

  5. Seagate ships new “hybrid” drives… « Scobleizer Says:

    […] In this video Watkins talks about its moves into the hybrid drive space. […]

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    […] In this video Watkins talks about its moves into the hybrid drive space. […]

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