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What took you so long, Seagate?  The hard drive stalwart is finally getting into the SSD game, but with a bit of a twist. Seagate is foregoing the consumer space and targeting servers with its Pulsar line of drives that pack up to 200 gigabytes of data. Apart from sizzling IOPS (30K read, 25K write), Seagate is courting enterprise-class systems builders by using supercapacitors to protect data in the event of a power failure and a five-year warranty.