Seagate is among many companies that do not announce a new stack of products at every trade show because design-in cycles of modern storage devices are fairly long and the company is more inclined to meet its partner's schedules rather than to rush something for a trade show. At Computex, Seagate is demonstrating its flagship enterprise-class 14 TB Exos hard drive, which was announced earlier this year. At present, the 14 TB Exos is sampling with Seagate’s customers and the company is on-track to initiate its high-volume shipments to interested parties among operators of exascale datacenters in the second half of this year. What is perhaps more important to regular consumers is that the 8-platter 14 TB helium-filled platform with TDMR is going to be available...
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