Seagate technology



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A major manufacturer of hard disk drives, founded in 1979 as “Shugart Technology” by Alan F. Shugart and Finis Conner. That name is on the original patents for the 5.25″ hard disk drive. They changed the name to Seagate Technology soon after to avoid confusion, and also to avoid friction with Xerox, which had since purchased Alan’s earlier company, Shugart Associates.
(http://seagate.com/).
Technical information at Impediment (http://impediment.com/seagate/).
Address: 920 Disc Drive, Scotts Valley, CA 95066, USA.
Fax: +1 (408) 438 3320.
(2000-02-09)

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