Alan Shugart


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Alan Shugart
Birthday
BirthplaceLos Angeles
Died
NationalityUnited States
Occupation
engineer and entrepreneur
Known for pioneer of the disk drive. founder of Shugart Associates and Seagate Technology

Alan Shugart

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25" disk released in 1976 by Wang Laboratories, developed by Alan Shugart, and a 3.
If there is an industry icon in the hard disk space, it is Alan Shugart.
Seagate had only just clawed its way back to profitability in the third quarter after a dreadful 18 months that culminated in the loss of its co-founder and CEO Alan Shugart.
The event was hosted by Seagate Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Alan Shugart and Quinta President and Chief Executive Officer Steve Kitrosser.
Alan Shugart is the founder of Al Shugart International (Soquel, CA), a startup resource company focused on helping entrepreneurs launch new enterprises and on growing small companies into big companies.
After a dreadful 18 months which culminated in the loss of its co-founder and CEO Alan Shugart, Seagate Technology Inc saw the first signs of recovery in its second quarter figures, announced yesterday.
8 /PRNewswire/ -- In a move that reflects the significant growth experienced by the company in recent years, Alan Shugart, Seagate Technology (NYSE: SEG) chairman and chief executive officer, today announced that Stephen J.
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Other distinguished 2005 Hall of Fellows inductees include Paul Baran, researcher and entrepreneur, for his fundamental contributions to the architecture of the Internet; Alan Shugart, engineer, manager and entrepreneur, for his lifelong contributions to the creation of the modern disk drive industry; and Ivan Sutherland, researcher, professor and entrepreneur, for the Sketchpad computer-aided design system and his lifelong contributions to computer graphics and education.
Seagate is a leader in introducing leading edge storage technologies to the marketplace," said Alan Shugart, Seagate's president, chairman of the board, and chief executive officer.
The intense competition of the disc drive industry allows a company two choices in relation to new technologies: it can license the knowledge it accumulates to other companies doing the same, or it can spend millions of dollars in litigation to keep its knowledge proprietary," said Alan Shugart, president and CEO of Seagate.