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Topic in Depth - Data Storage

Screenshot Even as home computers are being equipped with hard drives more massive than most users need, the scientific community faces challenges of inadequate data storage systems. Research experiments can produce unimaginable amounts of information, and computer scientists are working on ways to manage it.
The Storage Spectrum
Virtually every modern computer system incorporates several different storage technologies to process data efficiently. A gentle introduction to data storage...
Colossal Storage Corporation
Colossal Storage is a company specializing in a new method of holographic data storage. While current technologies are hindered by area density, the proposed...
Beyond DVD: Holographic Storage
InPhase Technologies is exploring holographic storage; however, its goal is to create a device that could be the successor to the DVD. In this article, the...
CASTOR: CERN Advanced Storage...
Possibly the most ambitious storage system ever created will be used to capture data from the world's most advanced particle physics facility. The European...
NASA Satellite Data Managed by...
Satellites that monitor the Earth's environment have provided NASA with over a petabyte (a million gigabytes) of data. This article, from the now-defunct DStar...



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