Infoscience

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Holographic data storage

Research into and the development of data storage devices is a race to keep up with the continuing demand for more capacity, more density, and faster readout rates. Improvements in conventional memory technologies-magnetic hard disk drives, optical disks, and semiconductor memories-have managed to keep pace with the demand for bigger, faster memories. However, there is strong evidence that these two-dimensional surface-storage technologies are approaching fundamental limits. An alternative approach for next-generation memories is to store data in three dimensions.

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