Seagate Named Supplier Of The Year

"Seagate, the world’s number one disc drive manufacturer, has announced that it has been named 2006 Supplier of the Year by Xyratex, a leading supplier of enterprise class data storage subsystems.
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Author: PV5150
Source: Seagate

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Seagate, the world’s number one disc drive manufacturer, has announced that it has been named 2006 Supplier of the Year by Xyratex, a leading supplier of enterprise class data storage subsystems.

“We are honoured by Xyratex’s selection of Seagate as Supplier of the Year,” said Kurt Richarz, vice president of Sales Operations at Seagate. “Seagate’s highest priority is ensuring that our customers’ needs are met and we are committed to helping Xyratex succeed with its own best-in-class enterprise solutions. Our recent successes together in, for example, working to help Xyratex be the first storage subsystem manufacturer to integrate our Cheetah 15K.5, 4GB/sec fibre channel disc drives, speaks volumes for the quality of the long history of partnership between our two companies.”

“Seagate has a true global presence and offers both technology leadership and valued support in drive integration and qualification,” said Jason Deacon, director of Purchasing at Xyratex. “We are very pleased to recognize Seagate for their continued contribution to our business relationship and we look forward to working with them in the future”

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05-12-2006, 17:42:33

Toxcity
Its gunna be made out of aluminum, Be a kinda rectangular cube with 2 half to the inside.

One half for one PC one for the other.

Basically 2 towers in one :D

Just need measurements, I have got a couple but more is very welcome! :worship:

05-12-2006, 19:19:02

markkleb
What measurements? be specific..

And what hardware?

08-12-2006, 11:02:11

Toxcity
All ATX sized hardware.

Basically all the standard size stuff! :o

I can't really explain any better.. :(

08-12-2006, 15:09:52

Nagaru
[QUOTE=Toxcity]All ATX sized hardware.

Basically all the standard size stuff! :o

I can't really explain any better.. :([/QUOTE]
Here you go this is the actual spec. [URL="http://www.formfactors.org/developer%5Cspecs%5Catx2_2.pdf"]http://www.formfactors.org/developer%5Cspecs%5Catx2_2.pdf[/URL]
Hope this helps and good luck.

16-01-2007, 10:18:56

Toxcity
I have chosen a size of: 17 x 12 x 19.5
Any ideas on this?

Is this to big too small? Remeber this case if designed for 2 ATX computers. ;)

Thanks for the help so far guys! :D

16-01-2007, 12:03:00

markkleb
well it matters about the drives(how many) Your case is kind of big but that may be better for you as it leaves more room to work with.

16-01-2007, 12:06:02

Rastalovich

I have chosen a size of: 17 x 12 x 19.5
Any ideas on this?

Is this to big too small? Remeber this case if designed for 2 ATX computers. ;)

Thanks for the help so far guys! :D



If I was to chose to do this as a gcse project, I would keep it as simple as I can - which would include [checks no1 else is looking] - taking a look at some1 like lianli and their attempts on the 2 pc box, copy the dimensions in effect and add u`r own emphasis to it.

Try and keep it as simple as u`r time constraints will allow - worse thing is to have an excellent theory and design, then have some prof doing u`r head in over the time taken.

16-01-2007, 12:18:58

Toxcity
Cheers guys!

Where would I find a 2 PC case? I haven't seen one in ages.. :)

16-01-2007, 12:47:15

markkleb

16-01-2007, 13:11:15

Toxcity
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