Seagate's drive plans include 500 GBs and encryption

Wednesday, 8 June 2005, 1:32 PM EST

Seagate Technology unveiled its 2005 lineup on Wednesday, which takes drives to the half-terabyte level and introduces a product family that encrypts data.

Over the course of the year, Seagate will unveil twelve new products, executives said, incorporating the company's shift to perpendicular recording, a technique of aligning the magnetic grains within the drive to increase its storage density.

By Mark Hachman at ExtremeTech.

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