Is there a Limit to data Storage?

Glatzer, Hal
May 1999
EMedia Professional;May99, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p51
Academic Journal
Ponders on whether there is a limitation to data storage. Explanation on the process of storing data; Why the polarity of magneto-optical spots does not change; Information on the phase-change recording proposed by Tom D. Milster, a professor of optical sciences at the University of Arizona.


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