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  Sony Develops New Magnetic Tape Storage Tech
 
  Sony and IBM Research announced magnetic tape storage technology with the industry's highest recording areal density for tape storage media, at 201 Gb/in2 (gigabits per square inch).

This achievement was made possible by bringing together Sony's new magnetic tape technology employing lubricant with IBM Research - Zurich's newly developed write/read heads, advanced servo control technologies and innovative signal-processing algorithms. The recording areal density of 201 Gb/in2 is approximately 20x greater than conventional magnetic tape storage media (9.6 Gb/in2). The resulting technology can support high-capacity storage of approximately 330 terabytes (TB) per data cartridge, whereas conventional technology can only handle 15 TB per data cartridge.

For more, check out this press release.

 
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