Jan 27, 2003
"In the competitive enterprise marketplace, server information availability is at the top of the list and with 24 x 7 demands being placed on these systems, the choice of drive cannot be a point of compromise," said Dave Reinsel, senior research manager at IDC. "Seagate understands the stringent requirements associated with this market and successfully designs and manufactures its Cheetah drives to excel in the most demanding environments."
"The formula for the success of the Seagate Cheetah family can largely be attributed to our focus and commitment to fulfilling the needs of our customers," said Brian Dexheimer, Seagate executive vice president, Sales, Marketing and Customer Service. "This includes close collaboration with the top OEMs on system design and drive requirements, and tightly aligning our operations and processes with those of our global customer base."
Seagate Cheetah disc drives can be found in a variety of network storage, server storage and high-density storage markets. Available in 10K and 15K rpm speeds, with capacities ranging from 18 to 147 gigabytes, Cheetahs are ideal for applications ranging from data warehousing, high performance computing, OLTP, data streaming, database and decision support.
For more information about Seagate and its enterprise class products, visit www.seagate.com.
About Seagate Seagate is the worldwide leader in the design, manufacturing and marketing of hard disc drives for Enterprise, PC and Consumer Electronics applications. The Company is committed to delivering award-winning products, customer support and reliability, to meet the world's growing demand for information storage. Seagate can be found around the globe and at www.seagate.com
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