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December 15th, 2005

Holographic Storage Dwarfs DVDs

Abstract:
Imagine putting your entire video collection on a single DVD. Or storing the contents of your computer's hard drive on a device the size of a credit card. Or maybe having a map of every street in the country on a tiny chip inside your cellphone. At an ordinary strip mall north of Denver, a company called InPhase Technologies Inc. is pioneering technology that might soon make it all possible.

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