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Jorden
4th September 1999, 14:49
2300Gbs on one PC card

A research team at Keele University has
created a new memory system which, it claims,
can store 2,300Gbs on one PC card-sized
device. When units go into mass production,
they are expected to cost a mere 35 to make.

Mass production? Oh yes: unlike many great
British innovators before them, the Keele team actually seem to have a certain amount of business acumen. With their capital
management company Cavendish Management
Resources (CMR) they have formed Keele High
Density to market and license their technology.

The system exploits the storage properties of a new family of alloys, but the team aren't saying any more than that until its various patents have been granted. Further development work will also need to be done before the system is ready for mass production, so don't expect to
see it in the shops soon.

Jorden

Guyver
7th September 1999, 11:44
I want one (or several in a RAID 1+0 configuration!) http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/biggrin.gif http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/biggrin.gif <LOL>

Helmchen
7th September 1999, 13:10
One is fairly enough!

The 5,25" full height one http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/smile.gif

Helmchen

Jorden
7th September 1999, 13:51
Bet you what... it costs 35 Pounds to manufacter, but it sells for 3000 pounds http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/wink.gif