February 17, 2012 – The hard disk drive storage industry will spend heavily on innovation and recovery from floods at Thai production centers over the next four years, according to a new report from Coughlin Associates. In response, enterprise investment will continue to and vie for a temporarily decreased storage disk supply.

The California-based storage consultancy released its 15th annual “2012 Hard Disk Drive Capital Equipment and Technology Report” to forecast its expectations of the technology and capital spending for the hard disk drive industry.

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