Optical disks of 1TB reach 2015, courtesy of Fujifilm
It seems that for a while optical discs are in retreat, with its increasingly restricted use, even some as Apple say these the delay. But that does not mean that you can not continue to develop technology such discs, or at least I think Fujifilm.
And so, just presented its new achievement, which allows up to 1 TB put on an optical disc. As with the Blu-ray, a layer can write 25 GB of data, but these new discs are used on both sides and in total can support up to 20 layers.
Fujifilm handed a PDF quite detailed about his method of recording, including “irreversible changes” to disk, which in practice will mean that not rewritable discs of that size. More importantly, this technology is scalable, allowing store up to 15 TB! data on a single disc.
In case anyone is interested in using optical discs that date, this technology will be available to the public by 2015.
Link: Prepare 1TB disks 2015 (Engadget)Tags: 1 TB, Blu-ray, Fujifilm, optical