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March 13, 2001 | Karen Alexander
Connex Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Lake Forest hard disk drive maker Western Digital Corp., said Monday it is breaking into two units to better focus on their respective markets. Connex will continue to develop network-attached storage modules; the new company, SANavigator Inc., will focus on software that manages storage networks. The companies, both based in San Jose, have a total of about 150 employees.
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September 6, 2001 | From a Times Staff Writer
Putting one of the final touches on its long restructuring, Western Digital Corp. said Wednesday that it will sell a software unit to a Colorado company for $29.75 million. The Lake Forest disk drive maker said it will sell its SANavigator Inc. unit to networking and data storage maker McData Corp., based in Broomfield, Colo. SANavigator makes software that manages storage-area networks, sophisticated systems that store large amounts of computer data.
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