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February 5th, 2005

Radical disc storage increase

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Fuji Photo and CMC Magnentics are among six companies who will together promote HVD technology, “which will let consumers conceivably put a terabyte (1TB) of data onto a single optical disc,”says CNET News.

Michael Thomas, inventor of 'atomic holographic optical storage nanotechnology' and owner of Colossal Storage, isn't, however, impressed.

He says his patented system has the potential to let you store let every music CD and movie DVD you ever owned, or will own, on one disc, and still leave space for not only your family album, but your brother's, sister's, aunt's and uncle's too.

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