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Re: Scientists Create 1,000-Gigabyte Disk
Posted by: Syndication 2004-09-28 09:57:10
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British physicists have developed a new optical disk with so much storage capacity that all the episodes of the "The Simpsons" would fit on one disk. Peter Lorok of the Imperial College London, speaking at a conference in Taiwan Monday, described how he and his colleagues created a way potentially to encode and store as much as one terabyte, which is 1,000 gigabytes, of data. That's 472 hours of film, all on one CD.


Re: Scientists Create 1,000-Gigabyte Disk
Posted by: grey_eminence 2004-09-30 10:27:05 In reply to: Syndication
Storage pioneer says in an article that
1000 gig discs won't work
http://p2pnet.net/story/2579
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