Western Digital snaps up SiliconSystems
Written by Danrok   
Monday, 30 March 2009 10:23

From The Register:

Western Digital is buying solid state disk supplier SiliconSystems for $65m in cash, and will supply SSDs to the netbook, notebook and enterprise markets.

While saying it is open to supplying SSD products alongside its existing hard disk drive products, Western Digital - the world's number 2 supplier of hard drives - has not formally said it will enter the SSD market. It is in there now and with shipping products, leaving competitor Seagate some way behind.

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