Linked by David Adams on Tue 20th Mar 2012 17:27 UTC, submitted by sawboss
Hardware, Embedded Systems "In the world of hard drives storage, density is king and Seagate has just achieved a major breakthrough that guarantees major storage gains for the next decade. That breakthrough is managing to squeeze 1 terabit (1 trillion bits) of data into a square inch or space, effectively opening the way for larger hard drives over the coming years beyond the 3TB maximum we currently enjoy. How much of an improvement does this storage milestone offer? Current hard drives max out at around 620 gigabits per square inch, meaning Seagate has improved upon that by over 50%. However, that's just the beginning."
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Thailand floods
by transputer_guy on Wed 21st Mar 2012 04:37 UTC
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I just wish the HD industry would manufacture all the critical parts in several countries that aren't prone to flooding. Perhaps they should use RAID in the manufacture.

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RE: Thailand floods
by OSbunny on Wed 21st Mar 2012 07:00 in reply to "Thailand floods"
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RAID costs too much. Thais work cheap.

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