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July 7th, 2005

Near-field optics could store up to 150 Gbytes

Abstract:
Philips researchers are reporting significant progress in the development of a new optical storage technology called near-field optical recording. The technology allows storage of up to 150 gigabytes of data in two layers on cheap optical media similar to today's DVDs.

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