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20TB hard drives expected in 2019 as Seagate HAMR is tested by NetApp

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Jul 22, 2018 1:16 PM 5+ mon ago

Heat-assisted method of writing to disk looks likely to push HDD capacities to 20TB this year, with 40TB possible by 2023, for media suited to colder data.Read more.

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