Mar 31, 2003
Currently, the school can save 10 to 20 gigabytes worth of information on each one of the school?s computers. But now with Seagate?s recent donation of 130 hard drives, each storing 80 to 120 gigabytes, the school?s total storage capacity ranges from 10,400 to 15,600 gigabytes?the equivalent of storing 4,492,800 copies of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.
The 80-and 120-gigabyte Barracuda ATA V hard drives will benefit the students of Burnsville High School by increasing the storage capacity in its graphic and CAD labs, as well as support its new digital video editing efforts. The school also will use the drives to administer its network and manage labs.
"These drives will be utilized immediately for current student projects and programs," said Penny Damlo, technology coordinator, Burnsville High School. "We appreciate Seagate?s commitment to the community and our school. This donation will positively affect our student?s ability to access and use technology now and in the future."
"Seagate feels strongly about helping students in the communities where our employees work and live," said Tom Hall, Seagate vice president of Human Resources. "It is important to support interest in technology among today?s youth and give them the right tools to learn. This donation is a great way to do so."
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