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Tuesday, June 15, 1999
IBM Hard Drives Get A Storage Boost


"..Today, the company announced two new very large capacity desktop hard drives: The 37GB 5,400RPM Deskstar and the 34GB 7,200RPM 34GXP. Both are based on IBM's third-generation giant magnetoresistive (GMR) technology, which offers areal densities up to 5.3 billion bits per square inch--the largest densities currently shipping from any drive manufacturer.."



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