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Thai flooding could disrupt supply of HDDs

10/17/2011 07:18 PM EDT
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agk
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re: Thai flooding could disrupt supply of HDDs
agk   10/18/2011 9:42:03 AM
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Seagate managed un effected in this disaster. soon both WD and Toshiba re-plan their facilities by seeing Seagate.

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daleste   10/18/2011 3:05:27 AM
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Seems like there have been more natural disasters lately than usual. Guess I should finally read the Nostradamus book.

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re: Thai flooding could disrupt supply of HDDs
goafrit   10/17/2011 9:28:28 PM
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Wow - that should be a big one to have such an impact. Hope they manage it better.

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