Meet the 3D TERABYTE DVD optical media. Mempile has developed a removable optical media storage technology allowing for the storage of 1 Terabyte (1,000 Gigabytes) of information on a single inexpensive disc.
Forget the HD-DVD and Blueray, Memphile announced today that its Teradisk technology will be capable of storing upto one Terabytes of data ,This technological breakthrough of Terabytes of storage in DVD-size optical disk is possible by recording and reading over 100 virtual layers on a single DVD-size optical disc.
Mempile’s patented non-linear two-photon technology allows for 3D recording of transparent virtual layers on the entire volume of the disc. Mempile’s recent demonstration proved that more than 100 layers could be recorded and read – showing storage capabilities of slightly less than 300GB over a thickness of 0.6 mm of active material.
“Mempile’s TeraDisc technology will, for the first time, enable consumers to permanently store one TeraByte of data on a single, removable DVD-size disc at a fraction of the price of alternative solutions on the market.” said Avi Huppert CEO of Mempile.
Currently the disc can store 500GB in a transparent disc the thickness of a DVD But future optimization will allow the recording of 200 layers and of up to 5GB of data per layer. Via : Mempile
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