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Archive of posts tagged Hitachi-LG Data Storage (HLDS)

Optical Disc Drive Lawsuit Ongoing

Hagens Berman reminded consumers in North Dakota, Washington, D.C. and Oregon that it has filed a class-action lawsuit against a number of optical disc drive producers alleging a conspiracy to manipulate prices.

Hitachi-LG Chooses Micron NAND for Hybrid Optical Drive

Micron Technology, Inc. announced that Hitachi-LG Data Storage Inc. (HLDS) will employ Micron’s 25-nanometer (nm) NAND flash memory in its new HyDrive hybrid optical disc drive (ODD).

Lawyers Go After Optical Disc Drive Producers

Hagens Berman LLP announced that the judge presiding over a class action lawsuit, accusing various optical disc drive manufacturers of price fixing, rejected a motion to postpone evidence gathering while the defendants address a Department of Justice (DOJ) criminal investigation.

Lawyers Pursue Evidence in Optical Disc Drive Lawsuit

Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro LLP announced that it continues to pursue evidence in a nationwide class action lawsuit accusing large manufacturers of optical disc drives used in CD, DVD and Blu-ray players of price fixing. According to the statement, the civil suit was filed in the U.S. District Court in California (April 6, 2010, docket [...]

Indilinx SSD Controller Selected for HLDS HyDrive

Indilinx announced that its Barefoot SSD controller was selected by Hitachi-LG Data Storage (HLDS) as the preferred solid-state drive (SSD) controller choice for the new HLDS HyDrive.

HLDS Unveils Optical Disc-Solid State Combo HyDrive

Hitachi-LG Data Storage Inc. (HLDS) announced HyDrive, the world’s first combination solid state drive (SSD) and optical disc drive (ODD). According to the statement, the first generation of HyDrive will feature CD, DVD and Blu-ray media playback, SDD capacities of 32GB and 64GB as well as a SATA 3.0Gbps interface. The second generation will offer [...]

HP LightScribe Direct Disc Labeling Review

What’s the best way to label a disc — marker? sticker? printer? The inventive folks at Hewlett-Packard think they have the answer with LightScribe, promising slick labels with fewer hassles. But does HP’s LightScribe live up to the hype?