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Old 14th Nov 2012, 10:48   #1
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Block copolymers promise five-fold storage boost

Self-assembling materials investigated by HGST.
http://www.bit-tech.net/news/hardwar...k-copolymers/1
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Exciting as ever, now could one of these storage density breakthroughs finally get round to being included in a product? Even if it's at some ridiculous price range that's only suitable for commercial use, it would be nice to get the ball rolling at least.
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How is data read from this? Textured surface makes it sound like it'll be with direct contact similar to a vinyl in which case won't it wear down quickly.
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How is data read from this? Textured surface makes it sound like it'll be with direct contact similar to a vinyl in which case won't it wear down quickly.
No, it's the same hands-off approach as planar storage. This Pikiwedia page explains the concept pretty well.
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