It would appear that Seagate is furthering its interest in solid-state drives, or at least that's what a posting on LinkedIn would suggest. Seagate is looking for a Hardware and Firmware Test Manager. Curiously enough, they are preferably looking for someone with SSD, SATA, and PCIe experience.
As you can see in the picture above, the position appears to be fairly high up. We know that Seagate already has SSDs for enterprise applications. These devices are known as Pulsar and Pulsar 2. At CeBIT, Seagate demonstrated SAS 12Gbps. It now looks like they may be working on another solid-state drive that will make use of PICe or SATA protocols.
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