Western Digital strengthens its presence in Odisha

Western Digital strengthens its presence in Odisha

Bhubaneswar: Creating an environment for the data to thrive, Western Digital Corporation (NASDAQ: WDC) showcased its latest edition of the SanDisk® Dual Drive in Bhubaneswar on Tuesday.

The SanDisk Dual Drive is a high-performance drive which is built to easily move content between smartphone or tablet to a laptop, PC or Mac computer.

Driving innovation and empowering people to create, manage, experience and preserve digital content, Western Digital is giving the best combination of performance and capacity on a range of its devices.

The SanDisk Ultra® Dual Drive m3.0 and SanDisk Ultra Dual Drive USB Type-C™, which have been positioned as the ‘Mobile Ki Pen Drive’, give smartphone users various added benefits of trusted, convenient and accessible external content storage and sharing capabilities.

The SanDisk Dual Drives are built keeping in mind the unique use cases of the customers. The flash drives come with two connectors, one to plug into a smartphone (MicroUSB or Type-C) and the other to connect to a computer (Type-A) allowing consumers to easily move content between smartphones and other compatible devices.1

Speaking on the announcement, Jaganathan Chelliah, Director Marketing, Western Digital, said, “We at Western Digital have always focused our efforts on creating solutions that enable our customers to do more. We continue to expand the SanDisk mobile solutions portfolio with the intention to provide easy, reliable and trusted storage solutions to our customers at an affordable cost so they can enhance their overall smartphone and PC experience like never before.

Odisha is an important and strategic market for us, especially for the SanDisk brand range of products, and we will continue to deliver some exciting technology to consumers, to help make their lives easier.”

The drive comes with new storage options of 16GB, 32GB, 64GB, 128GB and 256GB, is reasonably priced and available at select retailers and e-commerce websites across the region.