I interviewed Brian Dexheimer who works for Seagate. He’s worked there for 24 years.
He told me that when he started working for Seagate selling hard drives the devices were as big as a file cabinet, only held 300 megabytes, and cost $12,000.
The drives Seagate started selling this week are about the size of a paperback book, hold 500 gigabytes, and cost $200 retail.
I love this industry, don’t you?
I’m so glad Seagate sponsors my show over on FastCompanyTV.