Technology Hardware, Storage and Peripherals
Company Overview of WD Media, LLC
WD Media, LLC designs, manufactures, and markets thin-film media for incorporation into hard disk drives. These drives are used to record, store, retrieve, and protect digital information in personal computers, notebook computers, high-end server (enterprise) storage systems, communications infrastructure, and consumer electronics appliances. It also provides single-sided disks, aluminum substrate disks, plated disks, textured disks, and polished disks. The company’s products offer a range of coercivities, glide height capabilities, and other parameters to meet specific customer requirements. Komag primarily sells its products to original equipment manufacturers in the rigid disk drive marke...
1710 Automation Parkway
San Jose, CA 95131
Founded in 1983
Key Executives for WD Media, LLC
Executive Vice President - Strategic Business Development
Vice President and Managing Director of Media Operations - Komag USA (Malaysia) Sdn
Executive Vice President - Sales and Customer Service
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
WD Media, LLC Key Developments
Wd Delivers Power-Efficient High-Capacity 3.5-Inch HDD for Modern Datacenters
Mar 10 15
WD introduced new datacenter hard drives that deliver to today's modern datacenter architects the lowest power consumption of any high-capacity 3.5-inch hard drive available. The WD Re+ hard drive family is the newest component of WD's full, tiered portfolio of high-capacity datacenter storage devices. Further expanding that portfolio will be 6 terabyte (TB) capacities for WD's popular WD Re and WD Se datacenter product lines, providing customers a spectrum of capabilities, tiered to their varied demands of application intensity, power optimization and cost efficiency. In the modern datacenter, the total cost of ownership (TCO) formula is comprised of capacity, price, power consumption and the relationships between these variables. The WD Re+ drive provides the most power efficient and high-intensity high-capacity platform available. With power consumption a primary consideration in today's large web-scale cloud infrastructures, and the WD Re+ drive consuming only 6 watts for 6 TB, customers' TCOs increase and savings for large deployments could be millions of dollars per year.
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