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Nano Storage Research Breakthrough by Taiwanese, Australian Teams

Source: Taiwantrade | Updated: 25 September 2012

A DVD-ROM using the new technology will be able to store 4 terabytes (TB) of data, said Lan, who went to Australia in 2011 and worked with a team led by professor Gu Min, director of SUT's Centre for Micro-Photonics.

The new technology has improved data storage density from 1.1 terabits (Tb) per cubic centimeter to 2.75, which can allow a Blu-ray dual-layer DVD-ROM to write in 80 times its original storage capacity, said Allen Lan, who holds a doctoral degree at NCTU, at a press briefing.

The results of the study were published on the website of the international scientific journal “Nature Communications” on Aug. 14.

 

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