I.B.M. Makes Breakthrough in Memory for Computers

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A group of I.B.M. scientists said yesterday that they had achieved a technological breakthrough that could result in disk drives capable of holding more than one trillion bytes of data -- more than 100 times the capacity of today's most typical hard drives.



-- Jim Morris (aka SuperLuminal) (prism@SpamKill.bevcomm.net), March 19, 2000

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