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gigabyte

Informatics 1000 or 1024 megabytes. See Byte, Kilobyte, Megabyte.
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The new mini NANDrives feature the following storage capacities: 1 GByte (SST85LD1001M), 2 GByte (SST85LD1002M), 4 GByte (SST85LD1004M) and 8 GByte (SST85LD1008M).
Seagate's internal Travan 40 tape drives, with up to 40 Gbytes of compressed data protection, are positioned to support the needs of workstation and entry-level server users where reliability and price per gigabyte matter most.
Bays accommodate optional solid-state memory devices of up to 128 Gbytes each for high vibration environments.
Both the TapeStor Travan 20 Gbyte and 40 Gbyte tape drives incorporate Seagate's FastSense technology feature that optimizes backup time by allowing the tape drive to throttle its speed up or down to match the computer system's resources.
Seagate's new U Series disc drive is the first with up to 80 Gbytes on just two platters, it's the quietest drive in its class, and its leading performance improves time-to-ready by 35 percent over previous generations to improve PC boot-up time," said Alexander Su, Associate Director for Desktop PC Product Line Management at Acer.
Seagate RSS's DiskStor(TM) is a personal, external HDD storage solution for USB-capable, Windows-based systems and features 20- and 40 Gbytes of external storage.
5-inch family, a 370% capacity improvement is achieved with capacities increasing to a maximum of 56 GBytes from 12 GBytes just one year ago.
The CX269 is also available with up to 8 Gbytes of DRAM, three Ethernet ports, eight USB ports, Ultra Wide SCSI 160/320, PMC expansion and two 800-Mbyte/sec FireWire 1394B ports.
A high-performance Seagate Travan tape drive with up to 8- or 20 Gbytes
The Scorpion 40 features up to 40 Gbytes of capacity (based on 2:1 compression) on a single DDS-4 cartridge and a Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF) rating of 483,000 hours at a 12-percent duty cycle, the highest among standalone DDS drives.
Scorpion(R) Digital Audio Tape (DAT) drives and autoloaders with capacities of up to 240 Gbytes are suited for a wide range of platforms including large PC servers and Unix workstations.