Norsam introduces 165GB `Pancake Disc,' using particle beams instead of lasers

March 1998
EMedia Professional;Mar1998, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p17
Academic Journal
Focuses on Norsam Technologies Inc.'s release of the Norsam High Density Read Only Memory digital data storage system. Targeting of the high-density digital data storage market; Utilization of charged particle beams to replace laser-based technologies.


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