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Hybrid Storage Alliance

In a move to give the growing number of notebook PC users faster, more durable systems that run longer on a battery charge, Hitachi, Samsung, Seagate Technology and Toshiba have formed the Hybrid Storage Alliance. The goals of the industry group are to illustrate how flash memory and hard drive hybrid technology can extend the capabilities of today’s notebook computers and to accelerate market adoption of the technology.

Hybrid technology, which can be deployed in other mobile devices and computing systems, combines the capacity and cost-effectiveness of hard drives with the responsiveness, power-efficiency and durability of flash memory. Microsoft Windows Vista is the first operating system to take full advantage of the performance, power and durability benefits of hybrid technology.

 
     
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