Making hard drives that are 100 times smaller and 10,000 times faster than the ones we use today
FEMTOTERABYTE aims to develop a magnetic storage technology to make the hard-drives about 100 times smaller and 10 000 times faster than those we use today. For this it envisions an entirely new memory unit for the computer data storage. Such units would be just a few nanometers in size and will be operated with short pulses of visible light for writing and reading the information.
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