Flash Memory Summit 2013 - Earlier this week, our own Paul Alcorn had the opportunity to sit down with Seagate's Rafael Gutierrez, and talk about NGFF, which has officially been named M.2. Gutierrez says that Seagate is very excited about M.2 and the company is looking at expanding it into both SATA and PCIE in the future.
He went on to say that the company is seeing a lot of traction on LAMD and that the company has made a strategic investment in eASIC on their hybrid drives.
Gutierrez said that things are going very well for SSHD and that now that there are other manufacturers offering hybrid drives, the industry is beginning to really adopt the technology.
Last updated: Apr 7, 2020 at 11:38 am CDT
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