Seagate lowers revenue estimate due to dip in orders from enterprise customers

Seagate Technology said it expects revenue of $2.1 billion plus or minus $100 million in its first-quarter, compared with a midpoint of $2.5 billion for its previous forecast range.
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“Since our earnings call in mid-July, weaker economic trends in certain Asian regions have amplified customer inventory corrections and supply chain disruptions,” Seagate CEO Dave Mosley said in a news statement.

The California-based company will also be reducing output, lowering expenses and moderating its fiscal 2023 capital investments.

Seagate earlier reported revenue of $11.66 billion in its fiscal year ended July 1, 2022 against $10.68 billion in the previous fiscal. Seagate posted fourth quarter revenue of $2.628 billion as compared with $3.01 billion in the same quarter previous year.

Seagate earlier said revenue from mass capacity storage markets increased 24 percent year-over-year and represented 74 percent of annual HDD revenue.

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