Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Moore's Law: 60 Terabyte Drives in 10 Years

Won't we all be using SSD drives in 10 years?

Seagate Stuffs 1 Trillion Bits Into Square-Inch Hard Disk:

Seagate has demonstrated hard drive technology that squeezes a trillion bits into a single square inch, claiming it’s the first hard drive manufacturer to do so.

Over the next 10 years, the company says, this will lead to standard 3.5-inch drives that can store 60 terabytes of information. Today’s 3.5-inch drives give you three terabytes of storage, stuffing about 620 billion bits into each square inch.

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