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April 4th, 2005

Hitachi Aims for 1 TB Hard Drive

Abstract:
Not content with reaching the 500 GB mark, Hitachi has announced plans to release drives based on a technology that may pave the way to 1 terabyte desktop models and stave off the limits that may soon start to hamper traditional magnetic storage.

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