Seagate eyes Terabyte harddrive platters
"Seagate will use a new technology to create the foundation for future harddrives. The company believes that its Heat Assisted Magnetic Recording will allow area densities of up to 50 terabit or more than 700 times the density of today's harddrive platters. Seagate plans to debut HAMR in 2010 with a density of about 1 terabit."
(Submitted by Noel Tue Mar 30, 2004 )
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