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Storage for Life: Seagate Showcases Groundbreaking Innovations at CES 2013
By: Business Wire
Jan. 7, 2013 11:01 AM
Seagate Technology plc (NASDAQ: STX) will be showcasing the world’s most expansive portfolio of storage solutions during the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show. Products designed for the Cloud, mobility and the home will be featured.
Seagate showcases groundbreaking innovations at CES 2013 (Photo: Business Wire)
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Seagate’s new storage solutions add to its industry-leading product line:
Seagate Wireless Plus mobile device storage, Central shared storage and Backup Plus will be on display throughout CES at the Innovations Hall in the Venetian Ballroom of the Venetian Hotel.
In addition to showcasing these three CES Innovation Award winners, Seagate will display new storage solutions that often go unseen by consumers.
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Seagate is a worldwide leader in storage solutions. Learn more at http://www.seagate.com.
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