1000 DVDs onto a 4 inch square

While technology is getting better at cramming more and more data on discs and drives, there’s another whole dimension that’s essentially going unused. Holographic storage devices could make use of that, and now a team of Chinese scientists has developed a new nanoparticle-based film that can store information as 3D holograms, improving data density, read and write speeds and stability in harsh conditions. Read the full article.


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