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With the growing numbers of connected devices, cloud services and artificial intelligence applications, the amount of data created and transferred every day on the Internet is exploding. This is driving an ever-increasing data storage capability requirement in data centers. The most popular devices for electronic mass data storage use magnetic rotating media in the case of hard disk drives (HDDs) and integrated circuit assemblies in Solid State Drives (SDDs). Read more

Hard Disk Drive (HDD)

Hard disk drives (HDDs), which use magnetic storage techniques, have been the dominant mass data storage device for computers since the early 1960s and still are for servers today. For data centers the primary advantages of HDDs and key selection cri
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Network Attached Storage (NAS)

Network-Attached Storage (NAS) is a purpose-built specialized server containing one or more storage drives, often arranged into logical, redundant containers or RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Disks). Connected to the network, it provides file-l
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Solid State Drive (SSD)

Solid State Drives (SSD) serve the same function as Hard Disk Drives, but they have a different set of  internal components; they have no moving parts and data is stored in flash memory. SSDs can access data faster than HDDs and have several other ad
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Our products and solutions

ST has been a leading supplier of power management components for HDDs for over 20 years and is continuing this tradition with SSDs today. ST offering covers the needs of storage devices with a wide selection of products ranging from power management ICs and power combos to a variety of sensors and protection devices. We bring efficient and reliable solutions for all kind of storage architecture, including Network Attached Storage (NAS).

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