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WD® to Demonstrate Solid State Hybrid Drive and 5 mm Technologies in Tablet, Thin and Light Devices at Computex Taipei 2013

SSHD Among Thin-and-light, Cloud Storage and Connected Life Portfolio Exhibited

Sydney, Australia – 23 May 2013 – WD®, a Western Digital company and world leader in storage and connected-life products, today announced that it will demonstrate its solid state hybrid drives (SSHD) and 5 mm ultra-slim hard drive technologies in tablet and other thin-and-light devices at the COMPUTEX TAIPEI 2013 trade event, held in Taiwan from June 4 to June 8, 2013. The innovations will be a part of WD’s exhibit showcasing its latest storage technologies and solutions addressing thin-and-light mobile devices, cloud datacenter computing and the connected lifestyle.

At Taipei World Trade Center Nangang Exhibition Hall, booth number L0810, WD will demonstrate:

  • The      world’s first ultra-slim 2.5-inch, 5 mm hard drives and SSHDs, which are      designed for integration into the slimmest devices and space-constrained      computing environments;
  • 7      mm form factor drive designs for high-capacity mobile storage;
  • Enterprise      storage building blocks for the cloud-oriented datacenter, aligning to      application performance, capacity, reliability and workload;
  • Connected      Life Products, revolving around personal cloud storage and software,      enabling personal and premium content on multiple screens; and
  • WD’s      “Power of Choice” client hard drive solutions. The four colors – WD Blue™,      WD Green™, WD Black™ and WD Red™ – enable customers’ easy selection of the      best WD drive for their application or usage requirements.
 
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