In 2013, Seagate announced it would establish a new center in Fremont, California.
At the time, Mark Re, Seagate Senior Vice President of R&D, told the San Jose Mercury News that Seagate "will be researching next-generation technologies at this plant." The company was said to be investing up to $200 million in the facility, including acquisition and re-tooling.
“We operate in a nanotechnology environment and we need state-of-the-art infrastructure," Re added.
Join Clean Acres for a tour of the new Seagate Technology Center in Fremont.
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