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July 25th, 2005

Nano-Technology Comes to Tape Cartridges

Abstract:
Companies utilizing the IBM 3592 Total Storage Enterprise Tape Drive System can dial up the performance and capacity with the availability of the Fujifilm 3592 WORM (write-once, read-many) Tape Cartridge, which Fujifilm is touting for its use of NANOCUBIC coating technology. The company says it is the first to deliver data storage media based on nanotechnology.

(Ed.'s note: see the 3rd article.)

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