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re: Toshiba opens two hard drive R&D centers
stixoffire   7/11/2011 8:29:40 AM
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What do they say about 'Moore' solid state drive capacity and what do they say about price ? 5 years I think HDD will be in the same place as floppy disks.. Museum - with the 8 inch hard disk - collectors item.

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daleste   7/10/2011 8:23:51 PM
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SSD could eventually take over the market, but I don't see that happening in the near future. The cost per terabyte would have to get close to parity and HDD has many more oppotunities to grow their capacity.

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elctrnx_lyf   7/9/2011 6:38:18 PM
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It is surprising to see that Toshiba is investing more into HDD research. I believe in next 5 years all the HDD will be probably replaced by the SSD in major personal computing devices.

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Phil White   7/8/2011 4:28:35 PM
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markhahn, I was afraid people may not like the comment when I posted it, but I think you will feel differently about it if you read the information I provided links to.

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Phil White   7/8/2011 4:26:53 PM
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goafrit, Thank you for the encouragement. There are links to more information at the bottom of the link I provided. I will be happy to discuss this with anyone if they wish to contact me directly.

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resistion   7/8/2011 2:07:39 PM
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Yeah it is ironic that Toshiba, the king of NAND, still supports HDD. Not very promotional for SSDs.

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goafrit   7/8/2011 1:30:21 PM
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Thanks for the link Phil.

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goafrit   7/8/2011 1:30:07 PM
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That is American. Nothing is wrong with it. He is just providing more info. That he wrote it is not wrong. Phil, send more.

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agk   7/8/2011 7:51:41 AM
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HDD market is ever lasting market. It is fine to do research in this segment. One day low cost high speed solid state memory might over take HDD technology.

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markhahn0   7/8/2011 3:26:11 AM
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distasteful bit of self-promotion, Phil.

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