Burgeoning data volumes are creating numerous growth opportunities but are also attracting larger competitors to the data storage industry. The waning PC market is forcing companies within the industry to adjust faster. Success for data storage specialists will hinge upon their ability to stave off competitive threats and adapt quickly to rapid technology shifts and changing consumer preferences. Street-Wire.com posted free reports on Western Digital and Quantum, which are available at
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Despite the aforementioned headwinds, Western Digital continues to shine. The maker of a variety of data storage devices saw revenues in its most recently released quarter surge 49.8% from the prior year period. A commitment to innovation and getting new products to market bodes well for its long-term outlook as well. Western Digital financial analysis available for free at
Rapid technology shifts are actually favoring companies like Quantum. As more and more businesses move away from in-house storage and more towards large-scale data centers, demand for Quantum's encryption and storage products could improve. Its current price and long-term upside have led investors to take a closer look. Our financial analysis on Quantum can be accessed at
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