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A hard disk drive shortage caused by flooding in Thailand is forcing some high-tech companies to alter their revenue forecasts.
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Prices of the most popular hard drives are beginning to drop as inventories climb out of a deep hole that began in October after massive flooding shut down major production sites in Thailand.
Seagate and Western Digital are cutting back on hard drive warranties, in some instances from five years to one, in order to save money.
Hitachi Global Storage Technologies said Monday it began shipments of its first 4TB, 3.5-inch hard drive, targeted at the PC market.
Hard disk drive supply shortages in the wake of Thailand flooding will continue to affect consumers, computer system manufacturers and corporate IT shops into 2013.
According to DRAMeXchange, the flooding in Thailand that has left the storage industry with a dearth of hard drives has also caused a temporary rush on...
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Western Digital will be allowed to take over Hitachi's hard disk drive business, but only if it sells off a 3.5-inch hard disk drive production plant.
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Widespread flooding in Thailand will directly impact PC markets in the first half of next year, with worldwide shipments dropping by up to 20 percent
The devastating floods in Thailand will cause a 28 percent quarter-on-quarter drop in hard disk drive (HDD) production in the fourth quarter.