Seagate Joins Symbian Program

Seagate Technology announced it has joined the Symbian Platinum Program

February 14, 2007

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BARCELONA -- Seagate Technology (NYSE:STX) today announced it has joined the Symbian Platinum Program. As a Platinum Partner, Seagate will support the growing Symbian smartphone market with its new DAVE technology platform, ensuring seamless interoperability with devices running S60 3rd Edition and UIQ 3 user interfaces. The DAVE platform delivers 10-20 GB of hard drive wireless storage in an accessory smaller than many slim-line mobile phones. Designed to deliver a great user experience for consumer and enterprise applications alike, DAVE technology enables digital content to be stored, moved and connected in ways never before possible.

"With the emergence of the new smartphone lifestyle, Seagate's DAVE technology delivers a whole new level of integrated micro-hard disc storage capacity to Symbian smartphones and enables users to increase vastly their storage of digital photos, videos, music and personal data files," said Jerry Panagrossi, vice president of US operations, Symbian. "This partnership between Symbian and Seagate demonstrates our joint commitment to deliver best- in-class storage solutions to the ever-growing Symbian OS ecosystem."

Seagate Technology Inc.

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