Storage Special Interest Group (Storage SIG)
Since November, 2003, the Museum has been actively collecting materials related to the global storage industry. The Storage Special Interest Group (Storage SIG) Steering Committee leads this effort and is composed of volunteers who bring decades of industry experience and knowledge to the group's work. SIG members come from disk, tape and storage system company backgrounds, as well as from leading independent industry consultancies. Group members have conducted many oral histories of industry pioneers and written detailed histories of major events in the storage world. The Storage SIG works closely with the Museum's curatorial staff to advise on the Museum's strategic direction as it applies to computer storage.
This archive contains transcripts of oral history interviews and panel discussions undertaken by the Computer History Museum with key pioneers and contributors to the global storage industry.
Storage SIG Research Notes
CDC 9760 Storage Module Drive, 1973 Compaq/Conner CP341 IDE/ATA Disk Drive, 1987 Connor CP340 Family Disk Drives, 1987 DEC AZTEC/RA 81 Disk Drive, 1982 IBM 1301 Disk Storage Unit, 1961 IBM 1311 and 2311 Disk Drives, 1962 and 1964 IBM 2310 Disk Drive and 2315 Cartridge, 1965 IBM 2314 Direct Access Storage Facility, 1965 IBM 3340 Direct Access Storage Facility, 1973 IBM 350 RAMAC, 1956 IBM Deskstar 75GXP Disk Drive, 2000 IBM Microdrive, 1999 Magnetoresistive Heads, 1990 Memorex 630 Disk Drive, 1968 NCR CRAM Disk File, 1962 PrarieTek 220 Disk Drive, 1998 Rodime RO352 Disk Drive, 1983 Seagate ST-506 Disk Drive, 1980 STK4400 Automated Cartridge System, 1987 SyQuest SQ306 Q100 Removable Cartridge Drive, 1982 Toshiba MK-1122FC Disk Drive, 1990
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