Speaking at this year’s Bernstein’s Operational Decisions Conference, Seagate CEO Dave Mosley revealed that hard drive maker will use Heat Assisted Magnetic Recording (HAMR) technology to substantially increase the storage capacity of its drives.

As reported by Block & Files, Mosley said the company will move from its first 20TB HAMR technology to a 24TB hard drive next year, completely skipping over a 2TB intermediate step.



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