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Feb 8th, 2012
Optical data storage from access optical networks: Holographic data storage uses volumetric crystal media
Access Optical Networks (AON; Monmouth Junction, NJ) has developed several technologies for holographic data storage (HDS) with write-only, read-only, and rewrite capability in a volumetric crystal media.
The new nonvolatile-memory HDS products are designed to have a storage density of 1.2 terabytes (Tbytes), with read/rewrite performance of 1 Gbit/s. The company is currently seeking partners to commercialize the HDS products, which will initially target cloud computing, high-performance computing, enterprise, and solid-state device applications.
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