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[1 Mar 2011 | No Comment | 1,703 supporters]
Seagate deploy 3TB desktop hard disk

Seagate (NASDAQ:STX) today began shipments of the industry’s most elegant, easy-to-install 3TB desktop drive – the Barracuda® XT hard drive – a product that eliminates the need to purchase extra hardware or software to overcome the 2TB barrier. The Barracuda XT hard drive delivers the highest available capacity for home servers and workstations, high-definition video editing and production systems, high-performance PC gaming systems and desktop PCs.
Legacy PC BIOS designs and device drivers and older operating systems such as Windows XP are incapable of using hard drive capacities beyond 2.1TB. The …

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[18 Oct 2009 | No Comment | 885 supporters]
Seagate Barracuda XT 2TB, the fastest harddisk

The new Barracuda® XT hard drive from Seagate delivers the industry‘s first 2-TB, 7200-RPM desktop drive with a massive 64-MB cache and the fastest SATA interface—SATA 6Gb/s.

Key Features and Benefits

A massive 2-TB drive capacity provides plenty of room for downloading today‘s space-hungry PC games or up to 45 hours of 1080i, HD-DVCPRO-encoded, high-definition video.
The 7200-RPM performance platform complements high capacity, delivering a power combination of extreme storage and top-end desktop performance.
A 64-MB cache optimizes burst performance and reduces data throughput bottlenecks.
The SATA 6Gb/s interface enables the use of the …

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[13 Feb 2008 | One Comment | 637 supporters]

Barracuda Networks Defends the Use of Free and Open Source ClamAV Software for Internet Security
Campbell, Calif., Jan. 29, 2008 – Barracuda Networks Inc., the worldwide leader in email and Web security appliances, today announced it plans to defend itself, the open source community and the free and open source Clam AntiVirus software from a patent threat by Trend Micro. Barracuda Networks’ decision to take action comes after repeated requests from Trend Micro demanding Barracuda Networks remove ClamAV from its products or pay a patent license fee.
“Trend Micro’s actions illustrate …