Personally, I stick to Seagate or Western Digital.
My previous round of drives were Seagate. 11 x 2TB in 2 x RAID5 arrays. They worked for about 5 years of non-stop use (i.e. they spin all day, every day.) Then they all failed within a 5 month period. As a point of interest and to back up evacol's comment, I purchased an Intel SSD when I bought those Seagate drives and the SSD is still going strong and showing no signs of errors (but then again, I did configure the system around the drive properly.)
I'm currently on WD green drives (and the same old Intel SSD), but I'm hammering them less (fewer drives, not spinning all the time, archiving to single removable drives at ~6 month intervals.) Time will tell how they work out.