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February 4th, 2003

Data Storage Leap Could Produce Film Library on a Disk

Abstract:
A single 3.5-inch disk that can hold a few feature-length films today "could have the capacity to hold a personal library of a thousand films if the computer storage industry achieves terabit-per-square-inch densities," said IEEE's William Sweet.

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