Holographic mass storage in the terabyte range
opostor AG has developed a new storage system that stores data in the terabyte range in the smallest of spaces, the 'holographic memory'. With conventional storage methods, the data is saved on the surface of the medium. With the new process, the data is stored as holograms in a crystal.
With the size of a sugar cube, this can accommodate data volumes in the terabyte range, whereby even heat, cold, acid or magnetic fields have no influence on the shelf life, which is put at more than 100 years. The new memory shines with parallel data access of 100 megabytes per second. The manufacturers see target markets for this development, e.g. in various archives, insurance companies, authorities, the film industry, data warehousing etc. You can marvel at the miracle of technology at this year's CEBIT in Hanover at the booth of EUTELIS CONSULT GmbH, the parent company of opostor AG .