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March 21st, 2005

Rust never sleeps so data tape maker fights it with nano

Despite the onslaught of optical media for data storage, backup and multimedia entertainment, good old tapes are standing their ground. And in the case of a data backup tape format called Linear Tape-Open, or LT-O, it's in part due to nanoscale innovation.


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