Speaking of Seagate and Western Digital, many people have the traditional impression that they are still mechanical hard drive giants, slow to progress, and even toothpaste can’t squeeze out. In fact, the two companies have long been struggling to transition to solid-state storage, but the pace is quite different, Western Digital can be said to be quite successful, And Seagate is still struggling.
Samsung continued to rank first with 29.6 percent, but fell 3.8 percent from the same period last year, while the move disserviced SanDisk’s Western Digital climbed from 13 percent to 17.1 percent, firmly in second place, according to Statista’ latest Q2 2019 SSD Market Statistics Report.
The biggest improvement was actually Kingston, which was seventh last year with 6.7 per cent and has reached 11.5 per cent of the top three this year.
By the impact of Western Digital, Kingston, other brands have basically shrunk to varying degrees, in addition to Samsung:SK Hynix 9.9% to 9%, Micron 9.2% to 7.1%, Intel 7.4% to 6.4%.
Seagate’s share last year was just 0.1 per cent in the district and just 0.2 per cent this year, almost being classified as “Others”.