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The Network World Data Center news feed is updated most days, generally with less than five new stories. Some days there are no new stories. Frequently mixed with other network news feeds.

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Whatt the new Cisco-certification requirements mean for you

Published on 21st February, 2020, 11:47 PM

Cisco’s network certification lineup has undergone a major overhaul.

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10 things to know about the new Cisco-certification requirements

Published on 21st February, 2020, 11:47 PM

Cisco’s network certification lineup has undergone a major overhaul.

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Japanese firm announces potential 80TB hard drives

Published on 20th February, 2020, 7:43 PM

Hard drive makers are staving off obsolescence to solid-state drives (SSDs) by offering capacities that are simply not feasible in an SSD. Seagate and Western Digital are both pushing to release 20TB hard disks in the next few years. A 20TB SSD might be doable but also cost more than a new car.

But Showa Denko K.K. of Japan has gone one further with the announcement of its next-generation of heat-assisted magnetic recording (HAMR) media for hard drives. The platters use all-new magnetic thin films to maximize their data density, with the goal of eventually enabling 70TB to 80TB hard drives in a 3.5-inch form factor.

Showa Denko is the world’s largest independent maker of platters for hard drives, selling them to basically anyone left making hard drives not named Seagate and Western Digital. Those two make their own platters and are working on their own next-generation drives for release in the coming years.

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