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Tuesday, October 17, 2006
Seagate Opens Data Recovery Services Facility in Europe


Seagate announced the opening of a full service data recovery lab facility in the Amsterdam area to extend its data recovery services to the European market.

Seagate Data Recovery Services is a leader in recovering critical data loss for all brands and formats of digital media.

European operations of Seagate Data Recovery Services will adhere to the organization's ISO 9001:2000 guidelines. The new facility is equipped with multiple laminar air flow stations, providing the ultimate in clean air working conditions. The center's staff of technicians will provide 24/7 and critical response services for all media brands. The new operation will also leverage unique, drive-independent SignalTrace technology to recover data from severely damaged media, which cannot be addressed by traditional in-lab recovery methods.

Until now, Seagate Data Recovery Services had served all clients from its full service labs in the United States and Canada.


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