Comes Graphene based nanoscale storage
Scientists at the Technical University of Denmark and Tsinghua University (China) have developed one of the smallest data Storage media, which they assert will enable the mass production of high-capacity storage at the nanoscale.
Advanced lithographic technologies combining self-assembly and able to develop a very thin layer of graphene, which flows by applying high-energy electrons (300 kilo-electron voltage) by means of a Scanning Transmission Electron Microscope (STEM) with a transmitter of only 1 nanometer in diameter, able to create patterns on the Surface of the layer, enabling use as a storage medium.
Storage media created with this technology theoretically have a huge storage capacity and can store the contents of the books in a library in just one gram of graphene.
Its creators say that this technology is not ready for the consumer market, they have yet to develop a data writing technology nanoscale small and inexpensive that does not require the use of STEM (computer the size of a room) that allows the construction of commercial storage media.
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