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HDDHard Disk Drive
HDDHorizontal Directional Drilling
HDDHyderabad (Pakistan)
HDDHeating Degree Days (weather derivatives / insurance index converting temperature into prices)
HDDHickory Dickory Dock (nursery rhyme)
HDDHospital de Día (Spanish: Day Hospital)
HDDHeavy-Duty Diesel
HDDHigh Density Disk
HDDHigh Definition Decoder
HDDHigh Definition Display
HDDHuman Development Department (World Bank)
HDDHarry the Dirty Dog (book)
HDDHard Drive Division (various companies)
HDDHead Down Display
HDDHead-Down Display
HDDHigh Density Data
HDDHearing Dogs for the Deaf (UK)
HDDHeavy Drinking Day (alcohol dependence)
HDDHigh Density Diskette
HDDHot Diggity Dog
HDDHard Decision Decoding
HDDHealth Data Dictionary
HDDHighly Doped Drain
HDDHolographic Disk Drive
HDDHrvatski Dalmatinski Dom (Croatian Dalmatian Home, political party)
HDDHardware Design Document
HDDHuman Disorientation Device
HDDHierarchical Data Dictionary
HDDHammer Debounce Device (airguns)
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While 2016 provided a mixed bag of market opportunities for HDD contractors, 2017 has become a steady business year in most sectors, with encouraging and increasing activity for large rigs.
Initially, King said PG&E had requested the work be performed using one HDD rig and for crews to work around the clock to expedite project completion.
Utilizing 1TB per disk, the Seagate Mobile HDD delivers the highest capacity possible in a small 7mm form factor.
Lenovo Yoga 500 Pro 14-inch: from AED2,199 (+ HDD + Ferrari
Figure 2 describes data flow of state HDD. Data flow begins in hospitals where patient transaction information is created and maintained.
Meanwhile, Toshiba said it will consolidate HDD production at its two HDD-making facilities in the Philippines and a contract manufacturer in China following the transfer of Toshiba Storage Device (Thailand) Co.
Under the terms of the transaction, Seagate said it has gained parts of Samsung's HDD business, such as Samsung's M8 product line of high-capacity, 2.5-inch HDDs, and other assets, infrastructure and employees.
This will allow the notebook supply chain to mitigate the impact of the HDD shortage.
The new preamplifiers provide hard drive manufacturers with the flexibility to deploy a common IC capable of serving all major HDD market segments from 5.4K RPM notebook through 15K RPM enterprise HDDs.
The floods hit hardest 3.5-inch HDD production lines, particularly taking serious toll on PC system integrators and distributors of do-it-yourself components.
The HDD Advanced Technology Center will seek to accelerate development of higher density technology, while the HDD Manufacturing Technology Center will develop enhanced manufacturing capabilities.
There are currently five HDD manufacturers worldwide: Seagate, Western Digital, Hitachi (recently renamed Viviti Technologies), Toshiba and Samsung.