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US boffin builds ultra-dense nanodot memory
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Written by Danrok   
Friday, 30 April 2010 17:20

From the Inquirer:

A US scientist has developed a way to store binary data on dots 6nm in size - possibly leading to a one-square-inch chip holding 2TB of data.

Jay Narayan is a materials science and engineering professor at North Carolina State University (NCSU) and works with nanodots, which are single crystals free of any defect. In a NCSU release Narayan said: "We have created magnetic nanodots that store one bit of information on each nanodot, allowing us to store over 1 billion pages of information in a chip that is one square inch [in size]."

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