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Monday, September 25, 2006
Seagate Ships 750GB Hard Drives for the Next Generation of DVRs


Seagate today announced that its highest storage capacity DB35 Series hard drives are shipping to DVR and digital entertainment device manufacturers for the next generation of DVRs.

Based on Seagate's perpendicular recording technology, the DB35 Series hard drives are now available in 250, 320, 400, 500 and 750GB capacities.

The DB35 Series hard drives, with capacity up to 750GB, provides DVR manufacturers with the combination of cutting edge technology and customized features with world-class manufacturing and assurance of supply.

DynaPlay technology from Seagate optimizes the drive's operating parameters - performance optimization tunes the drive for sequential streaming needed for uninterrupted digital media; drive security tools enhance fair use of digital programming by helping manufacturers implement appropriate digital rights management technologies; power optimization allows the manufacturer more leeway in selecting cost-efficient power supplies. These features also help to keep DVR internal temperatures under control for enhanced system reliability.


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