50 Terabytes On DVD Sized Disc

"50 Terabytes On DVD Sized Disc"

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Scientists at Harvard Medical School in Boston have come across a unique protein in bacteria that has some unusual characteristics when it comes to light absorbtion. These properties could allow a disc the same size as a standard DVD to hold up to 50000 GB (50TB)

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28-03-2007, 08:08:50

NVIDIA is very likely to be the first customer to introduce production on TSMC 55nm half node geometry.


28-03-2007, 08:12:05

Anyone else notice that graphics tend to get produced at random fab sizes?

45nm=55nm 90nm=80nm....

28-03-2007, 08:25:03

Gfx card companies are like the oddball Emo kids you love to hate :o

28-03-2007, 16:17:30

If the standard is 90nm -> 65nm -> 45nm , TSMC and the like tend to take these baby steps in between. But Intel always leads in the process shrink department unless I'm mistaken (e.g. Penryn).

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